We are so privileged to have been part of the recently concluded All Asian Creation Conference at Okinawa, Japan. From May 31 to June 2, attendees from all over Asia listened to speakers from the US, Australia and from different ministries in Asia. Hosting the event was Genesis Japan and the venue was Naha Baptist Church. A simultaneous children's creation conference was also held.
The director of Living Waters Asia, Dennis Mark Y. Aglosolos, represented the Philippine delegation along with others that came from the southern region of the country. We are so happy to have been given the opportunity to introduce to the delegates what the ministry of LWA is and what we do in two occasions during the conference. And we were blessed to meet Christians from other Asian regions that are already familiar with the ministry of Living Waters and are already using the biblical evangelism approach we promote.
But the best thing about our participation at AACC 2018 was the chance to deliver a talk highlighting the need to include the Law in our Gospel presentations in one of the break-out sessions during the three-day event. Dennis explained the result of a study he made about how the combining of the Law and creation science with our Gospel presentation could cause people to have a bigger intention to reflect later in the day the Good News that was presented to them, compared to when they are used separately in our Gospel-sharing. To read more about this study, click here: AACC 2018 presentation
We are so happy with the feedback we got from Christians that attended the session we did. One attendee even asked us to do a demonstration of how we do a presentation using the Law. Another attendee commented that the talk was very powerful.
The following day after the conference, Sunday, like many other speakers of the conference, Dennis had the privilege of delivering the worship service sermon in a Japanese church. The LWA director spoke at Megumi Baptist Kyokai (Grace Baptist Church) which is headed by Rev. Kumoji Fujino. Dennis talked about the growing atheism in the world and how many people, despite believing in the existence of God, live life as if there is no God (practical atheism). One person who heard the message said that the sermon was "an eye-opener".
Our hearts are overflowing with joy by what God had allowed us to accomplish and learn at Okinawa. We pray that the results will be lasting, not only for us, but for the people that heard all the speakers during the conference and in church services the following day.
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