Jenny: a 22 year old woman working in a Japanese company. She has made her co-worker a disciple and her 3 brothers and her mother.
One Sunday we’ve baptized 5 college girls and we’re having dinner together as our Lord’s Supper. “So, have you made any disciples yet?” I asked.
“Two.” She replied.
“Did you baptized them yet?”
“Yes. This week.”
“How did you made them? Can you tell us your story?”
“We are sharing each other’s experience about our boy friends,” she started, “and she realized something different inside me so I told her that I am a disciples of Jesus.”
“What is a disciple?” My friend ask.
“‘Well, this is my life before,…’ I shared to er my old life story.” ‘And this is my life now…”
“I work time shifting, so there are several breaks for taking our meals and snacks, so every day we have 30 minute talk. Next day I was surprise when she ask me: “Jenny, can you make me a disciple?”
“I did and that night at her boarding house, in their comfort room, we fill up something with water and dunk her.”
She shares this story in front of about 20 saints in the table while having our dinner.