Sunday, November 11, 2007
CHE (Community Health Education/Evangelism) is a method used to bring spiritual aspects into humanitarian aid work. The seminar was held this weekend in the Christian Fellowship, with over 30 people in attendance. A team from Tuzla came to run it and we had people from Zenica, Sanski Most and Sarajevo also join us. Here we are on Friday night and then below that on Saturday - the way the seminar was mostly run, in a circle... Besides helping in all the behind the scenes stuff, I also got to lead worship, and it was great leading for so many people (I realise how my life has changed when 30 people is a lot of people...). We also made a bit of a band up on Sunday morning for worship - two guitars, the piano and a trumpet, and it was just so nice to be leading with a bigger group for a change!We had 5 people staying with us on Friday and 6 on Saturday (because, of course, we are crazy!). Below we are pictured on Friday night. The two boys belong (one each) to the two ladies. Mario (on the left) is an old friend from when I worked in Zenica (we used to run the home group together, and he was for a while in the worship band I led, until we worked out that he couldn't really keep a beat - and he played the drums!). He is now part of the eldership (they don't have a pastor) of the Zenica Baptist church. All in all it was long and busy weekend, but fun as well... now I am off to bed!