Blaise works in Haiti with the Salvation Army as coordinator of their HIV & Aids Project. He came across the Network 211 website, a partner ministry for evangelism and Christian discipleship and wrote an inquiry in French.→
→Fred, who serves as a moderator for Network 211, forwarded a short note to me that Blaise had written asking about the availability of courses for training young Christians. I help Network 211 with their inquiries in French.→
→I answered Blaise, and referred him to our GlobalReach website where we have materials available online and available for download for evangelism and Christian training. He wrote me a note in French saying he likes the courses, but wondered if there might be a residence Bible School in Haiti where he could get further Bible training.→
→I then referred Blaise to Stephen Aldrich who is our Global University director in Haiti and is director of the Haitian Ministry Training Center, using our GU curriculum in French. Stephen then established contact in Haiti with Blaise. It looks like he will be studying the curriculum we helped produce in the French language for Bible Schools around the world such as Stephen’s in Haiti.
Call it what you will, it is essential for success in furthering the Kingdom of God. We are not the only ministry on the block… and I am so grateful! God has given many different talents and ministries to his body. Of course, none of this would have been possible without the many churches and friends who support these ministries with their prayers and finances. Some go and some send. Some preach, some teach, and some prepare the materials to train the teachers and preachers. We all have a part in winning the lost and training the found. Working together with God’s help we can and we will “go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19 NIV).