Tag: Theological Education Team
The THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION TEAM (BLACK SEA ORTHODOX CLUSTER, UKRAINE) writes, “Classes begin Oct. 7 for incoming freshmen students at Kiev Theological Seminary (KTS). The Church Planting Department at KTS is expecting its 2nd largest class of new students. Please pray for the students and the CP Dept., as we work with students individually, that they would adjust to the academic environment and successfully reach their God-given challenge to plant churches. Pray for a team member, as she teaches all of the new freshmen students at KTS in the orientation class. This is a very important class for new students and a big challenge for this team member, as she has between 50 and 60 students in her class.
On Aug. 30-31 the Ukrainian Baptist Union will host a missions expo and forum in Kiev, Ukraine. This will be a time for sharing what is happening and urging others to join in reaching the nations. Pray with the THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION TEAM (BLACK SEA ORTHODOX CLUSTER) that church pastors will lead their congregations in equipping, sending and supporting Ukrainian missionaries. There are locations around the world, where they would be received where others cannot gain access. Ask the Lord to stir the hearts of Ukrainians to pray, give, and go to the nations to fulfill the Great Commission.
The THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION TEAM (BLACK SEA ORTHODOX CLUSTER, UKRAINE) shares, “Odessa Theological Seminary started a one-year international missions institute in June. Praise God for the vision of the churches and seminary to send their own people to the nations. After three months of training, eleven Ukrainians and their families will go to the Middle East and Africa for nine months, starting in September. Pray for those participating to be prepared by the power of the Holy Spirit to go to the nations in obedience to the Lord. Intercede also for new, God-called students to start this fall in the Church Planting Program at Kiev Theological Seminary.”
Throughout the world the Gospel of Jesus Christ is expanding at an exponential rate. The only place this is not happening is Western Europe. Mark Wagner is determined to find out why.