Students arrived in Denver last week and more are scheduled to arrive this week as a new class of students is set to begin their studies at the Bear Valley Bible Institute in Denver. At this point, 18 students were able to get support together to attend classes this fall. There are others who are still working on their support and hope to join this group in just a few weeks. Please pray for these men and their families as they work on preparing themselves for service in the kingdom.
Additionally, students are also beginning and continuing classes in various locations where we are able to partner with the training of students in 14 countries. We are quickly approaching the beginning of the new work in Haiti. This is an exciting work as the Bear Valley Bible Institute of Denver, Freed-Hardeman University, and the brethren in Haiti are coming together to partner in this training effort. We look forward to reporting more about the development of the International School of Theology as classes begin in August.
We are a few weeks away from the annual staff retreat in Denver for the local and extension staff in this work. The time to focus on the development of the program is exciting. The updated reports encourage everyone in the great work of God that we are able to participate in on a global level. Thanks to so many wonderful supporters, this work continues to be a blessing for everyone involved and souls are rejoicing through their obedience to the gospel that is preached. This week’s report shares some incredible information about the growth of the kingdom.
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/
To see Denton Landon’s latest reports, please click here.
To see Donnie Bates’ latest report, please click here.
A Marriage, Family Evangelism, And Growth In The Church: CBIW experienced the marriage of a student, studies for family outreach and church growth.
Back In The Classroom: Students at the Kenya School of Preaching are returning to the classroom for their final quarter of studies in preparation to graduate in August.
Persecution Plagues Students In Togo: Becoming a Christian and preaching the gospel in Togo brought persecution to students at CBS in Kpalimé, Togo.
Conversions, Restorations, And A Little History: The work in Nigeria demonstrates the power of God’s hand since 2003 in the work of SWSE in Ibadan and Lagos.
Rejoicing In The Blessings God Has Provided: Graduates from the Andrew Connally School of Preaching in Tanzania continue to show the increase God is giving to the work.
Traveling In Africa Can Be Interesting: A recent trip by Daniel Gaines proved to be interesting and exciting. To give you a perspective of traveling in Africa, please read on.
This was an exceptional week with several reports. Thank you for all you continue to do for the work of Extension Training. Your involvement at every level of this work is appreciated far more than we will ever be able to express. The Lord needs you! The church needs you! We need you! The staff and students in each location need you, and the lost need you. You are a blessing in every way. Thank you!