ACSOP March Update 2018:
When God is the center and theme of the faith, regardless of any circumstances, everything will work out well. In this manner I would like to greet you all brothers and sisters, knowing that our faith is centered in the love of our Lord Jesus Christ our savior. (Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His abundant mercy has begotten us again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to an inheritance incorruptible and undefiled and that does not fade away, reserved in heaven for you).
The ACSOP teaching schedule is now moving to the second quarter, from this Monday. We had four good teachers in last two weeks teaching short courses, Desidery Masawe, Mason Norman, Charle Herherth and John Hall. Now as I said we are going to have six weeks of long quarter which is second quarter for each class this year. We thank brother John Hall from Texas sacrificing his time to train preachers last week.
On the other hand when John was teaching in ACSOP his friend from Texas also was doing evangelism at Kwamrombo along with Kenned Ngetich from Kenya ( Kennedy is graduate from ACSOP). Regardless of the big rain that God blessed us with last week, they reached many lost souls in Kwamrombo. Through this big effort one soul added to Christ. So we thank God for this people as they are travelling back to US.
Finally we give thanks to our God for making all these possible, through many who love His work and sacrifice for training preachers. As you may be aware that the school is having four students from South Sudan and four from Ethiopia which makes the total of forty students. These nations are some the African countries that are tough to reach with Gospel. But through your prayers and supports now we are able to reach that far.
In His service, Ahimidiwe Kimaro
Director, Andrew Connally School of Preaching
A Bear Valley Bible Institute International extension school