Have you ever listened to a symphony? Maybe you have enjoyed a genre of music that has totally captivated you. You have put on your favorite music, closed your eyes and felt the thrill of the skilled musicians as they played and masterfully joined notes together that infused pure energy into your soul. All the notes joined together at the right time and in the right space. You heard the voice of agreement in the music and so found true bliss in the moment. The agreement you heard in that music was so exact that it energized and enthusiastically engaged you to react. That was the power of agreement brilliantly emphasized and demonstrated in music.
Get up today, inhale and exhale!!!
That’s the breath of a champion, an overcomer.
You do not have to go far to find the meaning of a true champion.
Just look inside of you. For all the rough roads that you have walked through on this journey; you have discovered the champion in you.
The word Abide means; to remain stable or fixed, to dwell; to endure; to sustain.
Where ever you stand in your journey and whatever has greeted you this day, you are here. Storms have passed over, overwhelming situations have dissipated, but you are here. What kept you? Who kept you? Look back at the lessons and give thanks for what you have learnt. Look again and consider who has been your constant companion. He is the companion of champions. God Himself is with you. You abide in Him and He abides in you.
In 2004, a partnership with Mercy Seat of God Fellowship International in Nairobi, Kenya. This relationship allowed NLBC to provide the children of the second poorest slums in Nairobi, Kenya with an education. The school started with 20-30 students whose classroom were held under a tree. The school was named The Tortola Child Rescue and Education Centre (TCRAEC) is now a concrete structure with nine (9) classrooms and a current enrollment of 290. God has blessed the New Life Baptist Church to provide financial assistance and other aid through numerous fundraising and donations. In 2006, the first team from NLBC visited the school to start working on the building. The new building is to provide secondary education for the children in the community.