August Camp, run by the CFD (Christian Fellowship for the Deaf) took place at Coral Coast Christian Camp in Deuba, during the August term break. It was a huge success! Deaf from all over Fiji attended the week long camp. It was the first time in recent memory that the deaf from the West joined in. Lack of leadership has been a concern in recent years, and the Western deaf had been holding their own camps separately. But all that changed this year. Tuli was recently appointed CFD leader by the elders, and was joined by Mesake from the West. It was decided that the two groups would work together as one unit. This year, everyone got involved. The church elders attended the camp and enthusiastically supported the event. Bible classes, taught by Mesake and elder Taitusi, were held each morning. There were two sessions each day, for five days. At the end of camp, two deaf asked to be baptized, and two others recommitted their lives to Christ. Paul, from the West, along with our Ketia from GSD, were baptized. Tuli, (left) and Tema (right) are with them in the photo below. We thank God for Tuli and her leadership, and for answered prayer for new life in the CFD. The Lord has done a wonderful work in bringing about unity and growth in the CFD leadership.
Weekly Bible studies are now being held in the hostel on Thursday evenings, with Mesake teaching. These meetings are well attended by the deaf.
Please pray for continued growth and commitment among the deaf adults.
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