After an exciting graduation in Guatemala last Sunday, the week that followed continued to emphasize the power of God, who continually gives the increase to the gospel proclaimed. The reports this week share how souls were added to the church, Christians were strengthened in the faith, and new congregations were planted where no church existed before.
Students in Denver return to classes on Monday. For seven special men, this is the last quarter of their studies at the Bear Valley Bible Institute. These men and their families traveled from numerous states to share in the two-year program of study in Denver. They endured the challenges and they are prepared for the home stretch to graduation. We ask you all to pray for these men as they leave Denver at the end of May to enter ministry work across the country.
Additionally, the new school in Mbanga, Cameroon (French speaking Cameroon) is set to open doors to the first class of students in one week. Brother Ititi, a graduate from the school in Wotutu, serves as the director for this new school. He was groomed while at CBIW and has a heart for evangelism. We anticipate reports from him that relate the outreach efforts of these new students as they prepare themselves to serve in the kingdom.
Excitement is in the air as the Bear Valley Bible Institute expands the extension program in new places around the world. If the congregation where you worship is interested in a specific area of the world and would like to expand their mission work in the area of preacher training, please contact us and we will sit down to discuss how this is possible. You can write me at email@example.com.
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/
One Incredible Week In Lebialem And Wotutu, Cameroon: If you read nothing else this week, please read this incredible report from Elangwe about their campaign last week.
Eager Students Work, Study, And Learn More Of God’s Word: The news from Haiti is exciting as students exemplify the Berean spirit in learning from God’s word.
Prayers Answered For Sean And Anita Hochdorf: In the midst of what appeared to be an end to missionary work, the Hochdorf family will begin working in the Extension Program.
Student Outreach Program Is A Success: Students from the Andrew Connally School of Preaching continue to demonstrate how a recent outreach program is making a difference.
Thank you for continuing to read the weekly reports and thank you for your continued support of this work. As you read through each report above, our prayer is that you will be encouraged by the ways God is blessing the efforts of students who are reaching out with the gospel while preparing for kingdom work.