New mentoring project in Arusha

Today I would like to share with you two pieces of news. Let me begin with the good news. It is always joyful to see people who are ready to work for the Lord in His vineyard. Beginning this week, we are going to see our students working with the area congregation in an evangelism outreach ministry.  The Director of ACSOP (Charles Hebert) is expecting to call a short meeting with all the preachers and share this program once again. All the preachers are expected to work hand in hand with the students during the weekends.  This win-win program will also be helpful to our student in their academic report. About 24 students of first and second year are going to participate in this evangelism program this year. They will be sent out and work with 14 congregations. This idea goes along with the mission of the school “to prepare men and live the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the glory of God. ”I hope you will put these men into your daily prayers as they seek to save the lost souls and help to grow these congregations.

The bad news is that, one of our students failed to come back and continue with his studies. Philip Israel was one of the best students and as we were preparing to end the fourth quarter got sick and was taken to the hospital. Please continue to remember him on your prayer as he fights for his health.

Thank you again for your love, support and prayer for this work as we all continue working for Him and the Kingdom.

In Christian Love,

Godfrey Mngoma

Dean of Students - Andrew Connally School of Preaching

A Bear Valley Bible Institute International extension school

Arusha, Tanzania


Posted on March 6, 2017 .