Each week the news continues to pour in and it is worthy of our time to read. I appreciate all of those who send reports during the month to keep us informed concerning the work. This week is no exception to the news around the world.
The North India Bible College in Chandigarh held graduation just over a week ago. Studies continue to bear fruit with the work being done by the students in Cameroon. The works in Arusha, Tanzania and Siem Reap, Cambodia are proving beneficial to the growth of the Lord’s church. The news is all below.
Take a few minutes to read through the reports from the schools listed below. Also, take a moment to read the updates from the coordinators. The work of the past, present and future makes it more and more exciting to share in this marvelous effort.
Reports from the coordinators are now located on the website, under Staff Reports. The address is /extension-schools/
Howell and Mary Ferguson are preparing to return to the work in Gorlovka, Ukraine this week. The following address is a link to Howell’s latest report: l/howell-ferguson-reports/
Donnie Bates report about Honduras and Guatemala can be read at the following address: /donnie-bates-reports/
Major Campaign Planned: The news from Cameroon on the involvement of the students in reaching out to the people in the Southwest Region of Cameroon emphasizes the power of the good news. Read more.
Fields White Unto Harvest: Earnest Gill's report about the Lectureship and Graduation show potential for the church in the Northern Region of India.
Three Congregations, One Country...Cambodia: The work is growing in Cambodia. Chann's report brings encouragement to the growth in three congregations in Cambodia.
The Joy Of The Mission Field: At times the perspective of men on the field identifies the joy of mission work. Cy Stafford shares news from Arusha.
Growing Through Studies In Arusha: Jimmy Gee's report continues to show the progress of the work in Arusha.
I hope you will take a moment to pray each day for the work in the extension program. The work is exciting. It is growing. Perhaps above all, it glorifies our God.
Thank you for your diligence in making sure the Lord’s kingdom continues to grow. Thank you for your vision of training men to preach. I believe, with all my heart, this is the most powerful way to fulfill the Great Commission.
You make it possible, and I know I can speak on behalf of everyone in the program when I say your effort is making a difference. Please know I pray for you everyday. I love you. I love this work and I love reporting to you about it.