Monday, 03 September 2012 15:51
Picture a country devastated by war. Cities and towns are in ruins. Many have fled as refugees. Others had been forcibly taken by the victorious army for torture, interrogation and servitude. The infrastructure of the country is badly damaged or gone. Agriculture disrupted, crops destroyed, central and local government functions crippled and unable to operate in any cohesive way. Famine, despair and death on all sides.
Monday, 03 September 2012 15:50
I’m often asked questions relating to mission performance and find myself a little caught out. There are good answers but can’t be related in five minutes, so I often leave such conversations feeling dissatisfied.
Given time to reflect, I’d like to respond to this: “What are the measureable results of the work of the New Zealand Baptist Missionary Society (NZBMS)?”