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My Saline Process experience

By Wakili Othniel Wakili

The rarest of opportunities to share Jesus Christ with nonbelievers is available to Christian health practitioners and medical students. Life comes through us at maternity, and we are usually the last human line of defence before departure from the earth. More importantly, the distance between the pulpit and the pew is absent at the bedside that healthcare workers have access to. What a privilege!

We have a spiritual obligation to be witnesses. Telling others how they can have eternal life is the greatest thing one can do for them. My biggest obstacle, however, was not knowing how to do that. I shared this with a friend who is a missionary. We talked and prayed about it, and then he recommended The Saline Process training.

The Saline Process taught me what it means to be a witness and how to be one. It engraved in my heart an important truth we Christians know but tend to forget: “our lives, our actions, our reactions, our attitudes, our appearance, our words, our demeanor all speak, either for Jesus or against Jesus.” The Saline Process Online Training (SPOT) made me realize that being a witness is not like giving a single stat injection to a patient. It is rather like giving a saline infusion, one drop at a time. It is a process.

Through the enabling of the Holy Spirit, I became an active witness for Christ, helping others move a step closer towards Him. It has been an amazing experience. Sharing the greatest news in the world with people I encountered in the four outreaches I have been to since my Saline Process training was satisfying. I felt a sense of achievement knowing I had positively impacted the eternal destinies of other people. Nothing else will matter as much as helping people establish an eternal relationship with God. My prayer everyday is that I continue to be a witness for Christ because the harvest is indeed plentiful.

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