The last Sunday in October each year is an incredibly special day. One of the most mission minded congregations I know hosts their annual “Harvest Sunday.” Similar to what many refer to as “mission’s day,” Sunday, October 25, 2015 takes the concept to a completely different level. The Levy congregation came together on this day and achieved reaching a goal of $315,000 to support various mission works around the world.
After attending the last seven Harvest Sundays, my appreciation for this beautiful congregation continues to grow deeper. Their generosity toward the work, commitment to the cause of Christ, and love for the Lord, His church, and the lost of the world, exemplify the kind of faithfulness to the work that is worthy of emulating by us all. Thank you Levy for the opportunity to share in this day and to learn from your example.
The first full week of the second quarter in Denver was encouraging. Students spent time adjusting to the new schedule and the work-load required, but they continue to excel in achieving the assignments. Amidst the challenges, these men demonstrate the character to finish the program and provide benefit to the Lord’s church.
Reports this week span the globe from East and West Africa to Nepal. The growth in each location reporting shows God’s providential work through the preaching of the gospel. We consider a privilege to work in partnership with these men and women of God.
Now on to this week’s incredible reports...
Reports from the coordinators are now located on the website, under Staff Reports. The address is http://www.wetrainpreachers.com/extension-schools/
Robbing From The Strong Man’s House To Reach The Lost In Cameroon: For the cause of Christ, the staff and students in Cameroon continue to reach out to the lost.
HHI In Togo, The 4th Graduation, And Souls Added To The Kingdom: Teaching in agricultural sustenance helps the program in Togo, along with growth associated with the work of the school.
Eleven Graduate In Third Graduation Of Nepal Center Of Biblical Studies: Amidst the challenges lingering from Nepal’s earthquake, NCBS held their third graduation.
Tanzania Chronicles Point To Successful Leadership Conference: Sean Hochdorf highlights the recent activities associated with this year’s Leadership Conference at ACSOP.
Getting Back To The Bible At ACSOP Tanzania: This week’s staff report from Arusha, Tanzania shares news about the work of staff and students from the school.
Alumni And Six Countries Participate In Leadership Conference: Graduates from ACSOP and men traveling from six different countries gathered to participate in this year’s conference.
Thank you for your time to read this week’s report. We always pray you are encouraged by the information shared from each reporting location. This work continues to move forward and experience success because of each of you. As you read this report, know that we give thanks each day for your contribution to the program. Thank you!