Nicaragua Report by Delvis Mercado Soza

By the mercy of God the work of the School of Christ in Nicaragua is growing. We are running four new Schools with a student population of sixty students from different parts of the country. We are continuing the work of the School in the maximum security prison here. There are more than four thousand prisoners and we are training twenty-two shepherds who are preachers to work in the prison system. On March 10th we held a meeting with the various coordinators of School of Christ from the different departments of the country to pray and talk about the work. It was decided that we should plan to start seven new Schools next month in Juigalpa, Somoto, Esteli, Nueva Segovia, Jinotega and Managua.

On March 14—16 we had three days of fasting and prayer with twenty-two brothers, mostly students of School of Christ, in our church. We cried out to God to provide all that we need to continue this work of the Kingdom.

I will be returning to Bolivia, God willing, to gather the students who have already been graduated for a time of Congress of the School of Christ so they will be encouraged to continue on the narrow road.

Continue to pray for the work in Central America. God bless you.

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Myanmar Report by David Jacobson

The following is an email report received from Bro. Ko Aung concerning the result of the February School of Christ held in Keng Tung, Myanmar. Continue to pray for the county of Myanmar, as we know the time is short and we want to be found working for the Lord.

Brothers and Sisters in Christ:
Greeting in our Lord’s name. I hope and pray that all of you and your families and ministries are well in His grace and power. Church planters from our organization attended the School of Christ in Myanmar. I have seen such a change in their prayer life and they are now boldly sharing the Good New of Christ by the power of Holy Sprit. Many people accepted Jesus and were baptized. We are very blessed by all of the School of Christ workers who came and brought the School of Christ teaching. The photos are of my church planters baptizing the people that accepted Christ. God bless you all.
-Ko Aung, SOC Field Director

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China Report by Andrey Sekhin

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What a great time we had in the School of Christ in Southern China. Due to complicated circumstances, we decided to teach the School in several stages. I will travel and teach three one-week Schools. All of the students in the School had a missionary call on their life. The majority of them came from churches that do not recognize speaking in tongues as a sign of the Holy Spirit, but these students desired to receive power from God. We had classes from early in the morning until late at night, fortunately, Chinese students do not have problems with diligence. As a custom of the School of Christ, in the morning and at night we had a one-hour prayer meeting.

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The Word touched the students and they thanked us for the pure teaching that is taught in the School of Christ. They were so eager to receive the power of the Holy Spirit; so on the last day of the School when we were praying for the students to receive the baptism in Holy Spirit, they began to pray in tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance. What a wonderful sight to see them receiving the Holy Spirit. They are now truly equipped to carry out the ministry that the Lord has called them to do.

This was a one-week School, but we will return in the next few weeks to finish their training. Thank you for your prayers and support. We are seeing lives changed through the School of Christ in all areas of China.

Columbia Report by Dr. Marion Dodson

The following report was sent to me from Pastor Jaime Tundeno, who is a Field Director in Columbia with the School of Christ. This pastor was so touched by the School of Christ teachings that he purposed in his heart to take the School to other hungry believers in his native county. I know you will be as blessed by the following report as I was.
-Dr. Marion Dodson

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, wishing peace to be with you. It is very pleasing for me to inform you of what God has been doing through the School of Christ in our country of Colombia.

It has been three years (2011) since I received the School of Christ in the city of Sabanagrande by the personal teaching of Brother Clendennen brought to us by our beloved Pastor Delvis. I was led to touch others just as I was touched by each one of the lessons of School. I purposed in my heart to see that others were also touched by this message of Pentecost. From that day I started sharing the teaching of the School of Christ throughout Colombia leading us into the following cities: Barranquilla, Cali, Valledupar, Pivijay, Santa Marta, Bogota, Santo Tomas, Palmar de Varela, and Sabanagrande. We also went into the mountains between indigenous guanviamos in an area called Silvia and we stayed in the mountains of Cauca.

In our effort with the School of Christ, we graduate from 2011 to 2013 around 1893 students. Since the beginning of 2014 we have started new Schools with about 220 students. We are now running some Schools in church that have asked for us to come. We are working but sometimes it is very difficult. We have had to postpone some Schools because in the mountain of Columbia there are conflict between indigenous brother and tribes. We are praying that God will supply our needs and guide us as to how we can continue the work in these mountainous areas of Colombia. To God be the glory for every one of the experiences in these places. We are going to continue to work through all obstacles and continue to preach the message of the Kingdom of God.

Blessings in the Lord Jesus and the peace of God cover you.
-Pastor Jaime Tundeno

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Venezuela Report by Donal Chance

The country of Venezuela needs our prayers like never before. They are facing much political unrest along with a food shortage and killings. Yet in all of this chaos and unrest, the School of Christ lives on with thirty students attending our latest School. We had to take a different approach because of the turmoil, so we split the thirty students into three different locations. This worked out great because the cost of running Schools was cut and the Wayuu Indians loved the convenience. Over the years we have seen many churches planted because of the great impact the School of Christ made on the lives of graduates.

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