Rodney Howard Browne – Erica J. Testimony

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I have been an intern at RBI for almost 2 months now. It feels like it has been much longer actually. There is so much that needs to be done. As we’ve been told for the last 2 years of Bible school; ministry is spelled work. My internship is mainly split between Children’s Ministry and Youth Ministry. Our children are amazing.

They are so hungry for the things of God and for the power of God to move in them and their families. There is nothing more awesome to me than being able to be in a room with 40, 3-5 year olds saying the prayer of salvation and then being filled with the Holy Spirit. My job is to prepare lessons for the children who not only come everyday to the school, but who come on Sunday mornings. This is the only chance that we have with many of them and we make it appoint to not give them a watered down version of thee gospel but to give them the real. In addition to the children the youth are an on fire group of young people who are passionate about seeing God shake their generation.

There are many in out group who have led over one thousand people to the Lord one on one. One of the main things that I enjoy about youth being able to spend one on one time with the girls and see how God is growing them personally. I’ve been able pour into the students and watch myself change right along with them. I also help in areas of worship, food distribution, and outreach. I think the main lesson that I am learning right now is that there is always work to do and I can’t do it all. I can’t stretch myself too thin. I am having a lot of fun running however.

Rodney Howard Browne – Tara M. Testimony

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I prayed with a lady in the nursing home who said she thought she was on her way to heaven but now she knows she’s on her way.  I also prayed with a man there who told me afterward that he feels clean inside.  Then I went out on the streets and I met this kid who said he couldn’t believe I was talking to him because just yesterday he was wondering if there is a God.

While reroute to a nursing home, I made a “wrong turn.”  I observed a homeless man lying on the sidewalk.  I could not tell if he was breathing, so I walked up to him and went the Gospel scrip.  He was so tired, he just repeated the prayer and didn’t open his eyes.  Afterwards, he said, “Thank you so much!”  I walked to my car and got him some food and water and set it down next to him.  He was so grateful.  I walked back to my car and watched 8 people just walk by him and not give him a second glance.  I started crying as I thought of the story in the Bible of the Good Samaritan and how religion just walked past someone in need.

My team went into a little lady’s room in the nursing home.  It was my first person to pray through with.  We were all still with the team leader, Mary.  We prayed with her and she told us she had one leg 1/4″ shorter than the other.  As we all laid hands on her and prayed, her leg miraculously stretched the 1/4″ and was the same length as her left leg.