From the youngest to the oldest (can you spot the baby?), I gave each one a wristband and a leaflet. They were so excited to see this simple, friendly way to share the good news. I challenged them to each show the wristband to one friend this week and share the gospel with them.
Jan & Martien came onboard the Riverboat berthed in Dortrecht, Netherlands at 7:30 this morning to fix the lift. Over coffee, I gave them each a One Wish wristband and said that later after their work, I would like to show them what the four pictures meant. Later this morning over a second cup, I explained the four pictures. Folding his arms over his heart, Jan (on the left) said that he was once like me with the Lord, but so many bad things had happened in his life, that his heart was closed. But Martien’s heart was wide open and he prayed with me to put his trust in the Lord.
I took a team from The Riverboat – OM’s new mission project on the river Rhine – onto the streets of Arnhem in the Netherlands.
We met Hans. It took my breath away when he wanted to take God’s hand of friendship. He was the first person we met and he came to the Lord.
Welcome to the Riverboat — OM’s new project on the Rhine River in The Netherlands. We have joined the OM team of 80 reaching out and mobilizing the church in missions for the month of January. The boat will sail onto Germany in February and France in March. Thanks for your prayers.
One Wish Sunday
Growing in Friendship
- “Seriously” January 9, 2021
- Bus driver in Greece reads Greek “One Wish” leaflet 3 times! March 6, 2020
- A weekend with a church in northern Greece February 26, 2020
- One Wish in Greece February 22, 2020