The Rock Cafe Ministry Leader
Three months ago Lulu* walked into the Rock on a Friday night.
She came alone on one of our “Friday Night Activities” when I was sharing on the topic of love languages. Because “I love you” is not often spoken or heard in Taiwanese culture (beginning in the home), I’ve heard from a lot of friends that they are confused about what the open expression of love looks like.
Ultimately in Christ we know that love is sacrificial. The love of God is healing and transformational, it is a perfect love that casts out all fear. 1 John 4:18
During that night I felt led to share my testimony with the crowd before getting into an activity that was about discovering our love languages. After sharing, I sat down at a table with some new friends and we shared a bit more on the topic.
The following Monday night Lulu returned to the Rock and I sat with her at a table.
“This is a Christian place, isn’t it? I’m not a Christian…” Lulu said with a bit of hesitancy. I shared with her about what the Rock is and why I am here in Taiwan, and we quickly became friends. Lulu loves to laugh and encourage people, so she is easy to talk to in a setting like the Rock. After having a bit of light conversation, she told me what was really on her heart.
“I want to tell you - I think God brought me here. When I was in high school I had Christian friends who would take me to church sometimes and I always felt happy there. But my family is not Christian…”
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