Island Mission Februari 2023
Entering February 2023, the Islands Mission team faced weather challenges. Excessive rainfall, strong winds, landslides and severed road access at several points made it impossible to visit the locations previously scheduled by the team, leading to the rescheduling or even cancellation of the Islands Mission service plans.
This situation became a significant consideration for the planning of future trips by the Islands Mission team. From December to February, the team will avoid traveling in eastern Indonesia.
In February 2023, the Islands Mission team managed to visit two places. First, on February 26, they visited the Defense University, Lakafehan, located in Dualuas Village, Kakuluk Mesak SubDistrict, Belu District in the West Timor border region of Indonesia-East Timor. This visit was attended by 60 people. Then, on February 28, the team visited BiinMafo, Kefa, which was attended by 120 people. Kefa is located in a sub-district that also serves as the administrative center or the capital of North Central Timor Regency, in the province of East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.
For March, the team plans to transport island mission vehicles and equipment from Atambua to Surabaya. This will be followed by a location survey in Kalimantan and a first aid and basic sea survival class.
Let’s pray that the Islands mission can proceed smoothly and make a significant impact on others so that God’s love can be experienced by many people.
Whoever loves his brother abides in the light,-1 John 2:10 (ESV)-
and in him there is no cause for stumbling.