The Livingstone School of Missions celebrates a “first” graduating class
OneWay Africa’s year-long Livingstone School of Missions celebrated its first graduating class of 12 students this month.
Launched in 2022, this one-year intensive discipleship training is an expanded version of the school’s month-long program, which includes courses on subjects like church planting, the theology of missions, support raising and language learning.
Over the past year, these students spent three months in predominantly Muslims mission fields and another three months among people involved in animistic worship. During that time, they reached 6,170 people with the gospel. About 1,150 made the decision to follow Christ as their Lord and personal Savior!
The training is made possible with the help of faithful partners. Would you prayerfully consider supporting a student at the Livingstone School of Missions? A gift of $500 to $1,000 will fund one student’s travel, training and housing expenses for one year.
With a passion for missions and lost souls, Harriet responded to the call to full-time missionary work in July 2021 when the Lord made a way for her to attend the Livingstone School of Missions’ first one-year training program.
During her six months of field experience, Harriet and her team traveled to several communities including Chillinga, a predominantly animist community. The journey included a one-hour motorcycle ride. From there, the team climbed a mountain for three and a half hours to reach the Akyode people. Throughout her time on the field, she was amazed by the powerful work of the Lord in drawing Muslims and animists to respond to the gospel and surrender their lives to Christ.
Being on the field has helped Harriet to gain more insight into the importance of knowing more about other cultures to enhance cross-cultural missions.
A gift of $500 to $1,000 will fund one student’s travel, training and housing expenses for one year.