Dr Wilson, centre, gives Pastor Blasious Ruguri
, right, president of the East-Central
Africa Division, a lesson on how to build with an electric screwdriver.
Back on the construction site, Dr Wilson, who previously joined in building a church in Zambia, gave Pastor Blasious Ruguri, president of the East-Central Africa Division, a lesson on how use an electric screwdriver to fasten together the metal frame of the Sabbath school building.
beamed as he
spun in the first screws.
"This is one of the things that we miss as leaders, getting our hands into building something like this," Pastor Ruguri
"This is part of the mission, and we need to do this more."
In a few months, Maranatha
is scheduled to help build union offices in Kenya and Rwanda in his
would also ask his
division leaders to take a day off work to assist with the construction.
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