SCOPE OF THE WORK AT YWAM SL 

SCOPE OF THE WORK AT YWAM SAINT LUCIA

As was delineated in my “Newsletter Beautiful Feet”: Summer Edition, 2018,

My service  in Saint Lucia included,  but not limited to :

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  • Daily, pre- breakfast  devotional and deductive Bible Study  led by the directors. They assigned various times for me to lead

  • Kitchen duties:

  1. Prepared  various  vegan meals.

  2. Clean up kitchen after meals on various days.

  3. Bathroom Duties.  Cleaned as needed

  4. Helped with doing  laundry. 

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  • Assisted with Salvation Army  Soup Kitchen in Castries to feed street and homeless people 

  • Participated in street side Prayer Station in Castries.  I had several opportunities to interact with, pray for and counsel seekers as Father directed. 

  • Presented the gospel to a Father, who had His infant son with him. He asked for prayers and in the process  responded to God’s call to follow Him.

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  • Attended and contributed to the part time Discipleship Training School  (DTS ) On the

 YWAM ‘s base.

  • Organized and facilitated Parenting Survey (Copy attached) 

  • Conducted a  Workshop on “21st Century & Beyond Parenting”  at  the YWAM’S camp base on August 25th, 2018.

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  • Visited churches  for mobilization and intercessory prayers for international ministries and the nations on Wednesdays and Sundays. 

  • Individual Counseling

  • Individual Bible study  

  • Clerical : Entered in kind items donated to  YWAM by members of CUMC; the Lehigh Acres Community; Center, Amazing Grace Family Worship Center; Manager & staff and residents of Heron Pond Apartments and other Lehigh Acres residents  in a log.

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  • Entered distribution of these items made by YWAM to fire victims and back-  to -  schoolers.

  • Cataloged donated books in library system. 

  • GARDEN AND LANDSCAPING : The aims were :

1- To revive the floral garden beds by weeding, feeding  and fertilizing

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2- To reap and restore the subsistence crops plots  Eg. Pigeon peas, bananas and various kinds of peppers  tomatoes, scallions and cucumbers. 

3- To reap the mangoes and Guanabana (Sour Sop)  to prevent waste by the birds and squirrels. 

Climbing mango trees at 80 year. was more exhilarating than climbing in my youth although infinitely more  risky.  This old lady  likes, “Reckless abandonment for the benefit of Christ’s Kingdom. No alarm! We took the necessary precautions. 

The overall aim of the garden project is to help the YWAM – SL  ministry become  self sufficient by producing more of  the food they consume at YWAM - Saint Lucia .

Plans are being made to acquire property for this sustainable development.  Research is on going to discover similar subsistence  projects and systems world wide and to emulate what works and to originate others. 

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