After a short break the Children of the African Child Education Trust School at Lumperie have returned back to school this week. They received letters from the children of Astly Primary School Melton Constable Norfolk, Pastor Steven Musisi said “They are very happy that the children have written to them.” Astly Primary started supporting the work in Lumperie last year by sending study books and since then the children have been exchanging letters.
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I became a Christian in April 1991 and was baptised on 27 May 1991. Since becoming a Christian attended church with various denominations, this was due to work taking me to different places, finding a place that suited was not always easy, but I did discover that the label on the door of the building is not important. What is important is the heart of the people, are they serving a Glorious God or are they members of a social club. I prefer to call myself a Disciple of Jesus rather than Christian, after all that is what Jesus commanded us to do "Go and Make Disciples". I am still learning how to be a good disciple, and probably will do so until Jesus returns or I am called home. In the latter years I have been in fellowship at Lighthouse Community Church, Sheringham, Norfolk. As part of my service for the last 3 years I have been leading the Building and Property Team. In the last year I have taken on the role of Operations Director for Reed People, a project established by Lighthouse Charity Trust. I am a self employed business consultant serving the Retail Sector.