We have come to the end of the first month of this new year. The start of this year has been exciting and promising for the months ahead. New classes have started and the number of students continues to grow throughout the program. We continue to count our blessings for the privilege of working together with the greatest men and women on earth.
The month ahead is going to be a busy month with a complete month of traveling to see congregations who are involved in supporting some area of the work. As well, we look forward to visiting with several from around the brotherhood at both the Freed-Hardeman and Affirming the Faith lectureships. This is a beautiful time to be with likeminded brethren and discuss the powerful word of God.
Over the next month plans will be completed for the beginning of the Asunción Bible Academy in Asunción, Paraguay. We look forward to sharing details of the opening in March, along with pictures of the first class and staff.
As the months of this year unfold there will be more exiting news to report as students complete their training and enter into the work of preaching the gospel. Several graduations are planned this year, beginning with the graduation of students in the North India Bible College in Chandigarh, India. We will have more to report on this in the next few weeks.
Now on to the other reports...
Reports from the coordinators are now located on the website, under Staff Reports. The address is /extension-schools/
Students Prepare For Upcoming Campaign: As the beta class in Cameroon comes to the end of their first quarter of studies, plans are being made for their first campaign.
A Vision For Growth In Liberia: The development of the first class of the Liberia Bible College is only the foundation for greater growth this year.
Experiencing The Harmattan: For Tony Johnson, numerous experiences continue to help develop his love for the work in West Africa.
Insects In Season And Out Of Season: No matter what time of year, insects seem to create difficulties for everyone overseas, especially in Tanzania.
A final note of thanks to all of you for supporting the work of training preachers. Without each of you this work could not exist. You are a blessing that serves as a tool in the hands of the Almighty God. Thank you.