Glory to the Most High God and our Lord Jesus Christ for His mercies which abound on us. Peace be with you.
The Accra school is always blessed by our Lord for the ongoing of class activities and increase in number. Almost monthly or more, we have an addition, sometimes one, two and three. We are grateful to the Lord and your prayer.
Peacefully, our students are doing well and instructors in good condition with their effective class activities.
Currently, we have 37 students for the weekend while one of them has had a chance to further his education circularly. Currently the class is studying II Corinthians.
Whereas they pursue their diploma course, they also work effectively at their various congregations as preachers and leaders. Weekly reports are submitted to the schools’ administration to check on their services rendered to the church.
Baptisms are reported when the Lord permits.
The baptisms recorded are Ten (10) persons: Syntyche Ayesu, Ayesu Serwaa, Lilly Mensah, Gakpe Abgeko,James Young Kertulah, Barnabas Manefaa, Juliana Ohenewaa, Happy Korkor and Comfort Tetteh.
ADMINISTRATION MEETING WITH BRO. STEVEN ASHCRAFT
As part of the discourse, issues addressed were new extension of schools in Kasoa, Nsawam, Koforidua and Kumasi; matters of school land, Degree programme and the progressive records of the old schools in Ghana.
Survey is ongoing to get on with the new extension and the Degree programme which is starting in 2019.
Greatly, the brethren are applying for the programme.
A press conference organized by the Greenfield Scientific Herbal Clinic, Accra as one of the best herbal clinic chosen for international award winning. This calls to the Director of SIBS, brother Emmanuel Odeng Larbi to participate in the officiating servanthood to committing and closing the programme in the name of the Lord in prayer and an exhortation to the members at the gathering.
Finally, we are thankful to the Lord for His mercies in terms of challenges which He sees us through.
As we pray for your growth, also pray with us.
The administration of SIBS