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"My St Georges Experience :

I still miss St. George’s Community and Church Tunis. I was a born –again serving Christian for close to 20 years before I joined St. Georges in Tunis. But I learnt a lot from the community. I learnt humility from Bishop Bill, how to be extravagantly in love with God from Sister Hillary; the application of bible truth and reality in cultural context from Rev. Frank, and so many other clergy men including Pastor Kwame.

The St. Georges ladies were a pure gift from God. I served with them and learnt a lot from them. I learnt about service, commitment, love, fellowship, zeal, Agape and thoroughness. I miss all my sisters; some we still see in Abidjan, some we may never see on this side of heaven again; but I carry all your faces in my heart wherever I go.

Sometimes, I still pray for your individually; sometimes I remember our mini squabbles during our meetings, and I laugh trying to remember what the disagreement was about. In my current church in Abidjan there is a sizable number of former St. Georges and I am proud to say most of us are serving at different levels in the church. Thanks Bishop Bill and Sister Hilary for all that you sowed into our lives.

Awuese Oku "

To read more from the Friends of St Georges, please do download the attachment. 

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Verse of the Day

  • 1 Peter 3:18

    “For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God. He was put to death in the body but made alive in the Spirit.”