Delron and his traveling companion, John Bullock, “hit the ground running.” After arriving late Thursday night, they started Friday morning with a leadership conference for the Nepali Christian Fellowship. Conveniently, they scheduled it in the same facility where Delron and John were staying. Delron taught from his Maximum Impact book and gave each person a copy. One of the delegates at the conference testified that he had recently been in Nepal and visited the Bible college in Pokhara and found that everything is going well and that the facilities have been fixed up nicely. He also reported on the political conditions in Nepal and how they were affecting the Christians – the anti-conversion law in place, but not one person from the anti-Christian party was elected in the last election; therefore, evangelism and baptisms are continuing as we have known. The Nepali meetings went all day Friday and Saturday morning.
Saturday afternoon was the promotion for the Bible college. Since this is the first year that the school has been open in Delhi, they don’t have a graduating class – just the recognition of the ones who finished the first year of studies. In his message about destiny, Delron spelled out each of the letters: D stands for direction, E stands for endurance, S stands for success, T stands for truth, I stands for intensity, N stands for natural, and Y stands for yourself – showing how each element leads to the next. If you have direction, you can endure whatever comes your way. If you endure, you will succeed. He emphasized this point by quoting Greg Mohr’s famous line, “We win if we don’t quit.” Success is based on truth, not false dreams. At this point, he quoted Jeremiah 29:11 that God has good thoughts concerning them (thoughts that would bring them to a success).