At about 1:30 I picked up Daniel (Mendes) + violin from YWAM. 11 Iris missionaries on outreach in Iris Western Cape (as we had been two years ago) arrived at our home about 2 pm, driven by Kaysha in Victor (Iris minibus). I welcomed them and shared the plan for the afternoon, giving each of them a photocopy of the sinner's prayer from 'Why Jesus.' Two of them had done Alpha. I explained that through God's perfect timing we were up to "How to be filled with the Holy Spirit" in Alpha, and they were going to be the prayer warriors. Laurie-Ann was unable to join us due to her deadlines for the Changemakers accounts, and she was very sad to miss it, so I promised her lots of photos and videos. At the library before I unlocked the door the missionaries were getting to know the kids who were there waiting. It was too windy for outside music. Once they were all seated (about 45 of them) I had each missionary introduce themselves and say one reason why they loved being a Christian. Before we started music I played a clip from the Music Camp video at YWAM the previous Saturday with the kids choir singing "You are Holy - Prince of Peace." I gave out copies of the words to the missionaries, and one of them was ready with the bodhran. When we started to play, it was magic - a great sound, which Kaysha caught on video. Then we played Amazing Grace, with Daniel on violin, and again we have that on video. Then the missionaries led in a third song which all the children seemed to know. We ran the Alpha film - and I was secretly delighted because the missionaries got exposure to Alpha. It ends with an opportunity to ask for the power of the Holy Spirit to fill the room, which I did, gently explaining to the children that if they felt ready to bring Jesus into their hearts forever they should come up to a missionary to be prayed for. At first no-one did and then a young girl near where I was standing got up. I took her hand and led her to the right hand end of the prayer warriors, and then I noticed that the one standing there was Jan! This was the first time she had joined her ministry while we had been involved! Over the next half hour about 15 of the children came up for prayer. My concern had been that either noone would, or all of them would, either of which would have been less than ideal. What actually happened was again perfect - thank you Holy Spirit! Then came the giving out of food, and it was orderly and restrained. The kids love to have visitors and it reduces their tendancy to run amok. While they ate I played the music camp concert video, and when Mella started her flag dance routine, some of the older girls (mainly our Mailbox Club students) started dancing in groups. This I also caught on video. Finally I got the guitar out again and started playing songs that they all know. Everyone was happy, and by God's grace we didn't get complaints from the library staff. By now it was raining, so when Kaysha took the missionaries back to our house, I took about 6 girls home and we dropped off the plastic boxes at Amedja's.