February 2017 - Our Preaching Training School Starts Satellite Locations!
Since classes at our Pajok campus are on temporary hold due to the continuing civil unrest, we have decided that each of our three teachers will teach all of their courses in three different refugee camps in 2017.
The goal is to have 30 students studying to become preachers in each location. Instead of the students leaving their families to come to school, our teachers will go to the students in the refugee camps!
This will give us the opportunity to train people from all of the different language groups of South Sudan. Most of our work up to now has been with Acholi speakers because of our school's location, so this can be a great new outreach for Christ and South Sudan.
Classes began on February 6, 2017 with Eric Lawerh teaching in the Adjumani camp, Isaya Jackson in the Kiryandongo camp, and Elias Odongpiny in the Kakuma Camp in Kenya--the biggest refugee camp in the world. Our first class is shown below.