MCCF Mission Hub News – January

Dear pastors and brothers and sisters, greetings! Welcome to the Harvest News program. We will be providing a series of reports on the ministry activities conducted by our center in various Gospel fields around the world. In the area of children’s education ministry in Central Asia, last year, in order to cultivate a stronger leadership team and allow school pastors to have a greater impact within the leadership team, Pastor Vladimir, the head pastor, arranged two seminars for the pastors of the Charity Christ Foundation and the leadership teams of MCCF schools at the end of the year, achieving excellent results. Please see the detailed report:

At the end of last year, Pastor Vladimir, under the arrangement of the headquarters in the United States, organized two seminars for the pastors of the Charity Christ Foundation and the leadership teams of MCCF schools. The topics were teamwork and organizational vision. The purpose was to cultivate a stronger leadership team and hope that pastors can have more influence within the leadership team.

During the seminars, Pastor Vladimir emphasized the role division and collaboration between school administration and pastors, allowing the administrative team to create conditions for pastors to effectively spread the Gospel in schools. He especially shared the scene when he and Elder Yang Jiashan applied for the first Christian school license together. As one of the founders of the Kyrgyz Christian School, Pastor Vladimir had a clear understanding of Elder Yang’s initial vision, which was to bring children to Jesus Christ. Brother Guan Bin, the director of the Universal Abundant Central Asia Children’s Education Ministry, also shared the vision embraced by the U.S. headquarters, strategically delivering the Gospel to local students, teachers, and their families, and then bringing the Gospel to the communities near the schools. All school pastors and administrative teams responded positively and discussed many feasible methods on the spot.

After these two training sessions, Pastor Vladimir and Brother Guan Bin also spent several weeks visiting schools. They followed up with the principals and vice-principals who attended the meetings, providing specific suggestions for classroom improvements and increasing the fun of Bible courses. They received feedback that the training was very rewarding, and they strongly agreed with Pastor Vladimir’s emphasis on the crucial role of pastors in schools. The organization of the administrative team needs to actively cooperate to enhance the spiritual lives of students and teachers.

Praise the Lord! This year, we have welcomed five new pastors to our team, all young people in their twenties. They are all enthusiastic about guiding students. We believe this is a wonderful work of God among us. We hope that in the new year, the school’s administrative department, principals, and vice-principals will continue to support our pastoral work! Also, thank you, brothers and sisters, for your continuous support and prayers for the children’s ministry in Central Asia! That concludes today’s program. Thank you for watching!

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Kyrgyzstan Mission Hub News – January

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