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Back to School, Part 3

Posted by Kandi on April 28th, 2019 | 1 comment

Let me express my sincere thanks for your prayers and words of condolence over the last weeks.  It is hard to lose my father, but I know that he is freer and happier now than he has been in sometime.  As it comes to mind, please continue to pray for my family and I to grieve the loss of his presence in a healthy way.

In my absence, the Antioch Bible Institute started the 3rd and final trimester of the school year on April 23rd.  From what I’ve heard, classes are off to a good start.  I’ll be back and beginning to teach classes again on May 3rd.  This trimester I’ll have a little lighter teaching load and will only be teaching TEE and English.  My other school related responsibilities will continue – including leading a ministry group to the railroad track community.  This group may have to flex and change a bit this trimester, so we’d appreciate your prayers for wisdom as how to go forward in showing Jesus to this community.  Pray for clear open doors.

The ABI school is also in need of one more Cambodian teacher couple (or single).  We’d like to see someone in place before the beginning of the next school year in September, so we can train them before several of us International Workers (myself included) return to the U.S. for home assignment next summer.  Pray that God would lead us to the right people for this position.

Below is a peek into life at Antioch through a short video that our field director created about the Antioch Bible Institute (or as formally called the Urban Ministry Training Center).  

 

One Response to Back to School, Part 3

  1. Rick Shell says:

    Kandi, I am so sorry to hear about your father’s passing. I know how that can hurt. I’ve have lost both my parents. We know that they are with Christ, but we still miss them. I will be praying for you as you go through this time of celebration and sorry. I will this, knowing that I will see them again makes all the difference.
    Blessings,
    Rick

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