Madagascar visits MSSM Sunday Schools

We spent the last four days on the MSSM Sunday School circuit in the country-side. We slept in tents and 22 Madagascarlived in the area that the Circuit Rider lives. We were also given the opportunity to give out Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes to approximately 100 children. All team members were able to give shoeboxes to a child. We are preparing to go out to the country-side for one more week to minister on the MSSM circuit. Last week we saw no serious injuries besides a few bumps and bruises, and we are praying that the next week will be the same. We are so thankful for your support and your constant prayer. The team is preparing to go out and evangelize in downtown Mahajanga with the BMW students today and tomorrow. We will update you on how it goes on thursday. Thank you and may the Lord bless you!



My time in Madagascar has been awesome so far. The country is beautiful, the culture is amazing and the people are even better. The Lord is clearly at work in this place through is and I pray that He continues His work.



I have enjoyed the time we have spent in Madagascar. We have already almost finished 6 Sunday Schools. I can’t wait to see what God has in store for out team for our team the rest of this summer.



Since the time we landed in Madagascar I haven’t felt like we have been here. I hope that we will be able to share the Word more, and are able to connect with the people more. I still don’t have a clue what my purpose here is on this trip yet, but we will see.



During the last week we have been to many Sunday Schools. It has been a blessing to be able to see God’s love to these children. The team has been amazing and we have grown together in many ways. I pray that the Lord will continue to make a difference through us.



Madagascar has been amazing! Playing with the kids on the Sunday School Circuit and passing out shoeboxes has been awesome. I am excited to grow closer to God and to my team.



Madagascar is a blast! The children are selfless and adorable. Motorcycle riding is super exciting. I am learning so much all the way top learning the children’s names to learning about the Bible and God.



I am having a superb time here in Madagascar. The kids love playing around and hanging on me. It has been a marvelous experience.


Mary Margret

Madagascar has been such a humbling experience. The children love to just follow the team and come from all over to watch puppets and singing. I feel like they have blessed me more than the other way around.



Madagascar has been amazing so far! The riding has been great so far, and the Sunday Schools have been fantastic. So far I’ve been the choreographer for the puppets and I shared my testimony at the prison a couple days ago! I cant wait to see how God is going to use us in the next 2 weeks!



I did Operation Christmas Child as my Eagle project years ago and I always loved watching the videos of the joy the children have when they receive their boxes. What an incredible experience it was to be able hand the children their boxes and to see their joy face to face. Please pray for the salvation of those who received the boxes and that they would share the gospel message to their friends and family.



Our time in Madagascar has been amazing. We have had the opportunity to share the Gospel with so many kids through the Sunday Schools. We love getting to ride the bikes from place to place, and hear the kids scream when we ride up. We cant wait to see what else God has for us.



This summer had been an amazing time of spiritual growth, I love my team and the Malagasy culture.



Our time so far in Madagascar has been great! I see God everywhere I turn, whether it’s through His creation or through the smiles on the kids faces. We also got to hand out Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes to some of the kids, which was an incredible experience. I’m excited to see what God has in store for the rest or time here, and how He can use our team.



My experience so far has been really good. I am doing a lot better on the bikes than I thought I would have. Which is a huge plus, but on the 19th we got to hand out Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. That was a lot of fun because my church does them, and I was able to see how they work, and to see the joy and complete happiness on the kids faces as they opened them.



Madagascar has been such an experience so far. Riding out to the Sunday Schools is challenging, but being with the kids is worth the ruts and sand. Handing out Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes was an amazing opportunity. I’m excited to see what else God has in store for us. x



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