RETURNS TO ENCOURAGE STUDENTS
African missionary Danjuma
Bulus '02 came back to the College November 19 and gave a stirring message
to current and prospective Trinity students during chapel. While talking
about some of his experiences sharing the Gospel in his homeland, he emphasized
the necessity of seeking and submitting to God's will.
"It is vitally important
that you know God's purpose for your lives," Bulus said to the audience,
which included a group of high school students on campus for Visit Day.
"If you're not in the center of God's will, you're in bondage. Liberation
is receiving the Word of God and putting it into action."
Bulus is serving with Rural
Evangelistic Missions (REM), an organization whose ministry focuses on
areas often overlooked by crusades and other missionaries that target urban
settings. The native of Nigeria has been with REM since graduating from
Trinity in December 2002 with his degree in church and ministry leadership.
He said that finding his calling from God has brought an unspeakable sense
"When I discovered God's
purpose for my life, I developed a passion for doing His work," Bulus said.
"God gives us passion to do His work when we trust Him. The security we
have is not on earth; it should always be in Jesus Christ. We must be contagious
with what we do for Christ, and we can do that when we give ourselves completely