Wednesday, 12 September 2007
The historian Tim Jeal ends his 384 page book about David Livingstone with this quote:
"Undoubtably Livingstone's greatest sorrow would have been that Africa never became a Christian continent." Livingstone, p. 384.
Perhaps in 1971 that may have seemed the case.
Well in 2007 we see a continent far more Christian than the place where men like Livingstone came from.
The picture above is of Peter and Yashmeet - our folks in Kenya (and S. Africa) with a church fellowship in a rural part of Kenya.
The thought of Indian followers of Jesus fellowshipping with Kenyans around the Lord's supper is sure to make the flawless Master of the very flawed Livingstone very happy.