From a Team Expansion worker:
Four years ago, Kaia* began a search for the truth and was attracted to Jesus through a vision where Jesus Himself said to her, “Come with Me and I will give you rest.”
These words resounded like a balm to her ears as she found herself passing through many problems and was very tired of it all.
A short time later, she had a dream where she saw blood and in front of her a cross, which she touched with her hand and held to her breast to embrace it.
She didn’t know how to go with Jesus.
Finding Her Way to Jesus
She was residing in the house of a friend and the Lord directed her to some books and papers, among which there was a New Testament. She began to read it and to pray to God to understand His Word.
The Sermon on the Mount really impacted her. She began to shed tears of joy because she found out that she was on the right road.
From that time, she began searching the internet until she contacted us.
Kaia and I began to read the Bible, and we also studied about some doubts that she had concerning the Trinity and about Jesus as the Son of God. Even when I had to travel out of country, she continued reading all the gospels and wound up convinced of her faith in Jesus.
Another Dream Opens Doors for Conversations
Soon afterward, she had another dream where she saw Jesus in Heaven standing in front of a great multitude dressed in garments, white and clean, awaiting Him.
At the same time her mother had a similar dream and for Kaia it was the opportunity to speak to her mother about Jesus.
Kaia made the decision to be baptized, and my husband and I performed her baptism. She wept with joy after being baptized and even shared about this moment with her fiancé who lives in Jordan and is open to the Gospel.
She has been discipling and sharing with the Scriptures.
I want to give God glory for the way that He is working. We ask your prayers for the spiritual growth of Kaia and for her mother and for her fiancé, that they might come to the feet of Christ.
We pray also for God to use Kaia in a powerful way and that we might see a church in the place where she lives.