A total of 31 local church ministers and church planters will be honored and recognized as they graduate from the Every Nation Schools of Church Planting and Local Church Ministry in simple ceremonies tonight, April 26, 2016. These students are the men and women who will help grow the harvest as they go back to their churches, while others will start new churches in different locations.
A total of 20 students comprise the ninth batch of graduates from the School of Local Church Ministry. The school’s three-month course prepares aspiring local church ministers to have the biblical, theological, and ministry foundations essential for leading a church and taking it to the next level of growth.
From the School of Church Planting, 11 students represent its 10th batch of graduates. The school’s training is also three months long, and is focused primarily on preparing men and women to become effective ministers in the local church.
The Every Nation Schools of Ministry have been part of helping prepare these men and women to effectively carry out our mission to honor God and make disciples. After three fruitful months of equipping and training, these upcoming local church ministers and church planters are now more than ready to go back to their respective mission fields to be used by God in different cities to reach out to their communities and be radical for Jesus.