Kossi’s Courage | Our Daily Bread


As he awaited his baptism in Togo’s Mono River, Kossi stooped to pick up a worn wooden carving. His family had worshiped the object for generations. Now they watched as he tossed the grotesque figure into a fire prepared for the occasion. No longer would their choicest chickens be sacrificed to this god.In the West, most Christians think of idols…

Source: Kossi’s Courage | Our Daily Bread


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