A good report from the Dean in Arusha

The past week has been so wonderful. The reason it has been is because dozens, maybe even hundreds, of people have heard the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ. We had Jimmy Gee here in Kisongo helping on door to door evangelism and during the evening hours preached in the public gospel air meeting. Jimmy Gee has left and is on his way home. We thank God that 3 people were baptized and there are more promising souls to obey the gospel as a result of this great effort. 

Much work has been done and I believe we can expect greater things from this area as many plant and water the Gospel seed with God giving the increase. Please pray for those that have been studied with that they will continue in the Truth. 

This is not to sing people's praises, but to let you rejoice with us in the work here, and to give an account for our time. May GOD bless the work here, and your interest in spreading the gospel.

The Andrew Connally School of Preaching is still closed but the next Monday the first semester for the master’s program class will start. Jerry Bates will start it by teaching the introduction to the course and he will go through it for two weeks. And on the 6th of August the undergraduate students will come back to school from their holidays to continue with their studies on third quarter.  We hope and pray that all things will go well as they have been planned.

Finally we are so very appreciative for each of you as you make it possible for us to work here, and to work with such great people as Jimmy Gee and many others. May God bless you for the sacrifices you make for the sake of the Kingdom.

Losotwa Michael
Dean of Academics, Andrew Connally School of Preaching 

A Bear Valley Bible Institute of Denver extension school

Arusha, TZ

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Posted on July 30, 2016 .