Outreach In The SOS Clinic Community Bears Fruit...


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Evangelism Update
Weekend evangelism is a key component of LBC extracurricular activities. Students participate in community evangelism each week as part of their outreach obligation. They usually work with local congregations in Monrovia and other places in the areas of teaching Bible classes, doing personal work and visitation. As consequence of their efforts several conversions and restorations take place.

For the month of February 2013 LBC students conducted Bible studies and did outreach. Eight persons received water baptism and three were restored. Several of LBC students actively got involved with outreach for the month under review which is hereby highlighted.

Student Harris Wawellee evangelized in his home town of Kakata that resulted in four persons being baptized and added to the church. He visited ten backsliders and restored three of them to the fold. Harris taught adult Bible class every Sunday on the topic: “The New Testament Church.” He spoke on the local radio program using as theme, “The Old and New Testament Laws.”

For his part Jestine Kamara traveled to his home region of Grand Bassa where he participated in personal work. He baptized one person. He also conducted Bible study prospects in the community.

Tokpateh conducted Bible study with four persons in the SOS Clinic Community. He discussed the topic, “Salvation and the Church.” He taught Bible class and preached at home congregation in Bong County, central Liberia. He led a visitation team to a village called Gormima where two persons were immersed. They traveled afoot a distance of 2 hours and thirty-five minutes to accomplish this task.

Many persons have been enrolled in the WBS correspondence courses. The enrollment exercise of the program is spearheaded by one of the campus students in person of John Uzoamaka. He along with other LBC students do follow up work with correspondence students.


Posted on March 25, 2013 .