UPDATE: The only area new to report on Cy Stafford, as of today, is a bone marrow test tomorrow. He continues to battle the issues associated with his colon and leukemia. Please remember to pray for Cy, Stephanie, and their family. The road ahead will be long and hard, but God continues to show His power with this wonderful man and his family.
Students in Denver return to the classroom Monday after a week of research. Last week allowed students to focus on the numerous research assignments associated with the six classes they work their way through this quarter. At the end of the quarter students begin a campaign week where they travel to various congregations to use the tools they are equipped with in reaching out with the gospel. We will report more about their efforts as the time draws nearer.
There are fewer reports this week, but they are packed with wonderful information about the direction of the program in various places. We were encouraged to see that 30 new students began their journey through the program in Arusha, Tanzania. We also appreciate the determination of a student in Arusha to begin a task that was eight years in the making. The work in Cameroon and French-speaking Cameroon are both making an impact on the communities where the students minister each week.
We ask you to read through the reports and pray about each of these situations. The work here is only a glimpse of the program overall. The continued focus and determination of the staff and students in each location are worthy of your prayers before the Almighty. Thank you.
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/
National Youth Day In Cameroon Makes A Huge Impact: The staff and students from Wotutu, along with Brightland Christian Academy, participate in a national event with great influence.
The Work of God’s Hands Touches Lives In Mbanga, Cameroon: The school in French-speaking Cameroon is making a difference as God works through them to reach others.
Thirty New Students Begin The Program At ACSOP In Tanzania: Everyone is encouraged and excited about the large number of students to begin the two-year journey of training in Arusha.
Accomplishing A Task That Was Eight Years In The Making: One of the new students in the program at ACSOP begins his training after being approached more than eight years ago.
This week’s report concludes on a note of gratitude. Thank you for your involvement in extension training. Everyone in Denver and each location around the world recognizes the value of what all of you contribute to the development of the work. Without you, the work would not enjoy the same success. Thank you!