Each week we continue to read about the development of students in various locations where we partner with some of the greatest people on earth. The training of these students bears fruit through their work in proclaiming the gospel. As the overall program grows, we also see the growth of the church in places where the gospel goes for the first time. Students who visit these locations report about the receptivity for the gospel and the need for more to be trained. Our efforts are designed to help meet that need.
We have fewer reports this week to share, but the nature of these reports demonstrates the level of excitement in fulfilling the purpose mentioned above. We are witnessing God’s providential guidance in the growth of His kingdom. The horizons before us spread a vision based on the faith of everyone involved in this work.
The beauty of the work involves the joint efforts of brethren internationally. The ability and opportunity to walk side by side with other Christians who are laboring for the cause of Christ demonstrates a unity desired by God for His people. This unity is the foundation of our Christianity and the testimony to the world we are His disciples. Please join us in praying that God will bless us in achieving this unity throughout the extension development.
Now on to the other reports...
Reports from the coordinators are now located on the website, under Staff Reports. The address is http://www.wetrainpreachers.com/extension-schools/
Luis Camacho’s report about the need to reach 65 million souls in Paraguay can be read here.
Growth In The Church, New Student Prospects: The local congregations in Cameroon continue to grow and CBIW prepares to interview new students for 2015.
Richard Renfro Visits SWSE In Nigeria: Brother Renfro works with Mission Printing and has been instrumental in delivering biblical study materials to numerous countries.
Dedication, Sacrifice, And Soundness In Chimala: In the midst of the challenges to keep God’s word pure, it is encouraging to see how the Chimala Bible Institute remains faithful.
Unity And Teamwork Highlight The Church In Arusha: Daniel Gaines’ report shares how leaders can disagree, discuss, and debate method, yet still be united. Great lesson and post.
Thank you for uniting with us in training men to preach the gospel. The financial support, prayers, encouragement, teaching, preaching, and guidance each of you provide keeps this work strong and moving forward. Without your involvement we could not see the fruit of God’s faithfulness in fulfilling the Great Commission. Thank you.