Jesus on a Mission= Nikita on a mission
Jesus showed the way and he lived his life as an example to all his followers. For three years he discipled, taught and showed what living for God looks like. When we say yes to Jesus, it also means we say yes to the messy parts of ministry, it means saying yes to continued grace and yes to continued hope. Jesus said: "Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone" (Mark 16:15)
It has been 2,5 years since I said yes to full-time mission work at Crossover Church, and I have taken the decision to extend my time in the USA after September 2015. I thank you for prayer and monetary support which makes it possible to continue the missionary stay in the USA.
What is it like to be in missions full-time. Well take a look and find out as I hosted 6 missionaries from Texas during their mission trip to Tampa last month at 7 local ministries in 3 days.
Help those in need
We all have dreams right? What better way is there to ignite and inspire kids to dream big by making vision boards with them. At the DreamCenter of Grace Family Church in Ybor City we spent an afternoon with kids and shared about having dreams for the future and the importance of having vision (Prov 29:18)
Pray for those in need
At 11:30pm we went out with a team of 11 and brought 30 boxes of pizza, and Macdonalds to feed over 60 homeless people in DownTown Tampa. Besides feeding stomachs, we prayed with anyone who desired prayer.
Love those in need
I had the opportunity to minister to women at the Alpha House of Tampa through music, dance, testimony sharing and fellowship. Alpha House is a place for homeless pregnant women and mothers with young children. They offer safe housing and the tools to become self-sufficient and effective responsible parents.
Visit for more info: www.alphahouseoftampa.org