Mahal Kita

July 26 2009 / ShareHim in Philippines A, Jun. 5 - Jun. 20 '09 #373
by Kelsey Workman

Personal Testimony of Kelsey Workman.

Mahal Kita were the last words I said to the friends I made with the locals in the Philippines. It's amazing how three weeks can change a person’s life. Mahal Kita means I love you in Tagalog, the official language of the Philippines. I made great friends whose kindness and friendship touched my heart. That feeling will never go away.

Each of the people I worked with played a part in making the crusade a success. I was very fortunate to have my brother, Gil, come along to give my health talks. It was his first missionary trip and I'm glad I got to experience it with him.

I want to offer a huge thank you to ShareHim for giving us the opportunity to share the Lord with others. I was, like most of the people who go through ShareHim, inexperienced in preaching. I wanted to challenge myself into doing something I'd never consider doing. When you put yourself out there, it just shows how the Lord can work in your life.
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