Campaigns, Conversions, And Graduations...

Students on the Denver campus are gone this week in campaigns throughout the U.S. and one group traveled to Grand Cayman to work with one of Bear Valley’s graduates, Daniel Mayfield. The work Daniel and his wife, Miranda, do with the church on Grand Cayman is encouraging. The field is open for door-to-door evangelism and we pray God will give the increase to their efforts in reaching out with the gospel. We pray the outreach in Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Missouri will experience the same growth.

The outreach of students at various locations in the extension program continues to bear fruit also. The reports indicate a number of souls added to the kingdom this week. We are encouraged with God’s activity in giving the increase. While reading through the reports, notice how God is working through these men who are dedicated to share the gospel with those in need of a Savior, Jesus our Lord.

Several schools are preparing for graduation over the next few months. ITL in Guatemala will graduate their third class of students next Sunday. The West Coast School of Preaching in Takoradi, Ghana will graduate their next class in April, along with the Visakha Valley Bible College in India. Others will host graduations soon and several schools will begin a new class of students. Pray for the graduates and those about to begin their journey.

Now on to this week’s incredible reports...

Coordinator Updates
Reports from the coordinators are now located on the website, under Staff Reports. The address is

The latest report from Donnie Bates can be read here.

Extension Reports 

Presenting The Gospel Of Our Lord Jesus Christ In Cameroon: This week’s report involves David Ballard’s work with the brethren in Cameroon to share the gospel with others.

Twelve Baptisms And Fifty Prospects For Study In Ghana: The outreach of the West Coast School of Preaching speaks for itself as the fruit of their labor is making an eternal difference.

Student Preaching Produces Fruit Of Four Souls In Nigeria: As students continue to preach in surrounding areas, we learn how God provides the increase as they plant and water the seed.

Students, Chicken Coop, Farming, And Translation Team: The common thread in these four areas is the work of the Andrew Connally School of Preaching. Read more about their work.

Please Pray On Behalf Of Several With The TZ2000 Team: Please pray for Cy Stafford’s father and the challenges he faces, as well as, Sean and Anita Hochdorf. Read more in this report.

Final Thoughts 
Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the opportunity to share in this work with each of you. The various ways that each of you contribute to the encouragement, growth, and development of every level of the extension program cannot be measured this side of heaven. Thank you for making this work possible. To God be the glory.

God bless

Posted on March 15, 2015 .