So soon it is one year since the new year of our sixth batch of students began. We thank God for His blessing and for you the wonderful people who keep on supporting us in prayers and financially.
STUDENTS ON VACATION
The fifth term classes came to an end rather shorter as this is the farming season for the people in the northern part of Ghana. As part of their support the students do some farming in their villages to help feed their families. So the students are on long break from now to July 1st when they will come back to school to continue with their academic work.
Albert Tamanja Malir and James Bisong Legend have joined the management and are now the core staffs of the school in teaching, security and handling the day to day activities as they staying in the school. They are also to see to the growth of the church that meets in the school that serves as the immediate training ground for the students.
EVANGELISM AND VISITATION
As part of the school’s mission of growing the work of Our Lord in the northern part of Ghana, visitation to all the congregations in the area is put in place as well as visiting all our graduate preachers and other preachers working in the area. Already visitation is done on the road from Tamale to Bimbilla, a journey of three and a half hours on the motor bike.
Many people are also being contacted for Bible studies in Tamale township and also in the vicinity of the school and the responses are favorably.
STEVEN AND WIFE VISITED
Steven and Karen Ashcraft visited us at the school for three days. The progress of the school, the management of the school, maintainace of the school and the welfare of the students were all discussed. Even though Karen was not part of our meeting her interaction with us and her fellowship with us was great and inspiring.
Thanks for your support and may the Good Lord richly bless you.