Last Thursday through Saturday was the Christian homeschool conference in Malacca. While the parents were in sessions, we had a lot of fun with the girls! We did a Bright Lights conference, but it was new material–not our standard Strong in the Lord conference. (We did that one 3 years ago, the first time we were here.)


Our leaders did an incredible job leading their small groups! The Lord has really raised up a neat group of young ladies here.


The girls responded very well to our session on presenting the gospel. They were so excited to receive the tracts I gave them, and many kept coming back to get more from me. Please pray that these young ladies would truly be bright lights in this part of the world!


Speaking to the parents


“Jungle Jane”, in an Australian accent, taught the girls about how every kind of wild beast can be tamed…..


…but no one can tame the power of the tongue!

Skits were so much fun at this conference because the girls laugh so much. They sing really loud, too. It’s fun working with a group that is so responsive. 🙂

6 comments

  1. I really want to see the new skits! They look…very “Bright Lights-ish” – which is a good thing, of course. Always funny, occasionally corny, but ever ending with a good point. =) Too bad you couldn’t tape everything.

    You’ve been gone SO long! Blessings on your week in KL. Everybody here at home misses you and is praying for you.

    Love, Bekah

  2. Hey Sarah,
    I just found this blog and wanted to write you and say what a blessing your book was to me “Before you meet Prince charming” I loved it..It really stirred my soul and made me think about things:) Thank you so much for writing this book:) God bless
    Jennifer

  3. Hi Grace! I wanted to stop in and see how you and your family are doing. That’s so awesome you guys got to go to Malysia! I’m jealous. The confrence looks awesome. : ) Do they have a church there? just wondering. I’m looking for other countries to go to this year for mission trips. I’m in Honduras now and finally got to look at your blog. My internet connection still doesn’t really work on my computer. Love You! Please tell your family I love them too. Hope to see you again this year. : ) In Him,
    Erin

  4. Hi Jennifer,
    Thank you so much for the encouragement! It’s neat to see how the Lord is raising up young ladies all over the world who are seeking His best and taking a stand for purity. God bless!
    Joyfully in Christ,
    Sarah

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