Transformation in Sierra Leone

It’s interesting and exciting to see how God has been leading us and continues to do so in the transformation of Sierra Leone. About 7 years ago, I was led to teach the Christian leaders in Sierra Leone about spiritual capital, which focuses on living a life of integrity. Then I was led to teach on transformation, which is about adopting a new mindset and a Godly worldview. The goal of these teachings was to help the people of Sierra Leone move out of a poverty mindset so that the kingdom of God could transform their lives and their country.

We have the potential to help these [kingdom] principles spread through an entire country.

Today, here we are teaching these same principles, but not just to the Transformation Sierra Leone team. By God’s grace and plan, we have the potential to help these principles spread through an entire country. This is what we have always desired, and now it’s starting to grow!

We’re now able to talk to the police, to educators, and other government officials about these principles of kingdom worldview and integrity. We believe this will replace corruption with healthy attitudes of hope among the movers and shakers of Sierra Leone. God is good in what He does and what He is leading us to do.

Sierra Leone is still one of the poorest countries in the world, but God is on the move. As I look to 2018, I see tremendous opportunity to expand our ministry efforts so more people can be set free through integrity and a new kingdom mindset. I will

We’re now able to talk to the police, to educators, and other government officials about these principles of kingdom worldview and integrity.

be travelling to Sierra Leone in January to again address agriculture and the needs of the local poultry industry. I’m also going to be working with the local government to find ways to spread integrity and problem solving solutions through the agricultural sector and beyond.

Thank you for your continued support, and I hope seeing the growth in our ministry this year encourages you. I thank you also for your prayers, which have covered and protected us as we travel and move into new territory for the gospel.

On behalf of the Hope for Sierra Leone team, I wish you a Merry Christmas and many blessings for the New Year.

Conrad Van Dijk – Director, Hope for Sierra Leone

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