Two new schools are set to begin classes in the next few months. Approval was recently given by the Bear Valley elders after learning of the potential in each location. The first school is set to open up in Mbanga, Cameroon. Mbanga is located in the French speaking section of Cameroon and the director of the program, brother Ititi, is a graduate from the Cameroon Bible Institute of Wotutu. We know the training he received at CBIW was a strong foundation for the continued evangelistic fervor needed to expand training and outreach into other sections of this country.
The second school is located on the opposite side of Africa in the country of Malawi. We are excited to partner with the school in Mzuzu, Malawi, located in the northern section of the country. Finalization of the details for the program in Mzuzu are nearly complete. We know the direction of this program will also follow the mission of reaching out with the gospel to those without Christ.
The potential of these two schools adds approximately 35-40 new students to the overall extension program. We ask you to pray with us as we get these two schools launched in the coming months. We also ask you to pray for us as we look at additional locations to extend the program of training preachers in other countries around the world. With God, we know all things are possible and your prayers make a difference.
PRAYERS OF THANKS: A few weeks back, we asked everyone to pray for Kim Kasarjian because initial reports indicated the possibility of leukemia. After a bone marrow biopsy last Tuesday, the Kasarjian’s received word that Kim does not have leukemia. We thank our God for answering prayers and we thank each of you for praying on behalf of Kim and her family. We serve an awesome 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/
The latest report from Howell Ferguson can be read here.
New Students At CBIW Grow From Weekend Evangelism: The weekend outreach in Cameroon is helping students grow to understand the nature of evangelism and the need to share the gospel.
Evangelistic Campaign And SIBS Programs In Ghana Draw Attention: The staff and students at the new school in Nsawam-Dobro, Ghana are drawing attention to the work.
Amidst The Turmoil Of War, Students Study In Ukraine: The situation in Ukraine worsens, but students continue to study and make a difference in reaching out with the gospel.
WBS And Southwest School Of Evangelism Students Make A Difference: The staff and students at SWSE continue to work with World Bible School students.
Souls Are Reached And A New Congregation Is Planted In India: The efforts of the Bible College and church in Visakhapatnam are extensive and this report shares the nature of work.
Baptism, Graduation, And Preparation For Beta Class In Paraguay: The Alpha class of students graduated this weekend and students for the Beta class are growing in number.
Recent Programs In Uganda Provide Benefit To The Work: The work is challenging everywhere, but recent efforts in Uganda show the benefit to the Lord’s kingdom.
The Year Is Off To A Great Start In Tanzania: With reports of baptisms, returning students, Master’s classes, and so much more, we can see why the year is starting well in Arusha.
Focus On A New Congregation In Arusha Yields Fruit: Safari for Souls continues to demonstrate the blessings of God as work in a new congregation yields fruit.
The Gaines’ Family Returns To The Work At ACSOP, Tanzania: After a recent furlough from the work in Tanzania, the Gaines’ family has returned and in full swing with the work.
As we close another week of reports from each of the schools above, we thank our God for the incredible way He continues to bless this work. Reading through the reports is exciting and encouraging. We also thank you for the tool you are in the hands of the Almighty God, providing for the needs of this program. We look forward to reporting more next week.