Do you have any plans for future ministry?
I love, as I’ve already said, teaching. Yeah, so, I’ve been a young man, I’ve been a youth myself. Now I am in, yes mid-30s, I’ve been a youth. I’m [working] with youth right now. But the challenges I’ve faced, the very challenges I faced [during my youth], maybe now they are escalating [because] of the Internet, Twitter, and all those things. They are affecting a lot of young people. And I’ve always prayed and I’ve believed that God will give me a platform, where I’ve always desired to equip young people, prepare them in whatever way I can by God’s grace.
And what I want even still: I know, and I know, I will become a pastor… standing in my church, preaching every Sunday, even in the midweeks as well. And that’s my focus—to equip others, to train others. The way CAPA is doing with me, I just want to do the very same thing. That’s I think, that’s the only way I can repay CAPA—to go out there, equip some people, prepare them, not only for ministry, but for the Lord who is coming.
Because as I talked to some today—you see it, that, we’ve lost it. The way we preach in our churches, it’s not about, “Be ready. He’s coming. Behold,” and all those things. Our generation today, people are focusing about you getting rich and all those things. But, that’s not the Bible way. The Bible first and foremost is salvation; this guy, this woman, this young person, must be saved. And that’s our emphasis, and I want to emphasize those things—bring people to the Bible and show them the main thing.
So, in short, I just want to equip others, train others, make them realize their dream as well and what God has called them to be and to do.