The link below is for blog posts that were all written during or about my time spent in Grenada. It was one of the best, hardest, most life-changing times of my life. I’m forever grateful for how God used me and how He changed me during those almost six months. I hope you are encouraged as you read these, and enjoy the memories I gathered while I was “Teaching Grenada.”
“Teaching Grenada” is the title I gave to my ministry while I lived in the Caribbean, because I went to teach these beautiful people, the children in particular, about Jesus Christ. I chose this title mostly due to my focus verse, which is Psalm 34:11: “Come, ye children, hearken unto me: I will teach you the fear of the LORD.”
While I was there, I worked with one church in particular, involved in as much ministry as I could. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays I was at the church preschool, which is trying to grow itself back up. Tuesdays and Thursdays I was at one of the public schools, managing the Bible Club department and teaching guitar lessons, and doing whatever else they want me to help with. Saturdays we went soul-winning in the morning and in the afternoon had our Bible Club at the church. Sundays I usually sang with my guitar. Just taking it day by day…taking it all in.