The explosion broke all the glass of the church. It was simply dreadful. It reminded me of the years of the war, except that the explosion caused more damage in a second than 15 years of war. Despite it all, I am encouraged to see that it opened many doors for us as a church. We are now visiting families from various backgrounds, whom we never thought we would ever be able to.
We believe the Church is not a building. There is a lot of poverty around us. We need to go out, visit the people in our community, get to really know them, and respond to their needs. There are many challenges, but as long as there is a need, we feel that we have to continue helping as much as we can. When we see the joy of the families we serve and their thankfulness, it gives us additional motivation. We know that we are on the right track.