News and Updates from the School of Christ
Yakov Demianchuk, Director of the School of Christ in Russia reports that the Annual School of Christ Youth Camp has just finished in Karelia, Russia.
We are currently in our second wave of the Covid-19 here in the Rakhine State, Myanmar. The work is challenging because there are few Christians in this Buddhist region of Myanmar.
Recently, the Lord placed Bhutan on my heart. I began to pray that the Lord would open the door to that nation so we could teach the School of Christ there. The SOC Director for Bangladesh has a minister friend in Bhutan and contacted him regarding the possibility of having a School there.
The School of Christ International Field Worker sends this report regarding the work in Bangladesh.
“We believe and exist to make disciples who make disciples among the unreached…”
Praise the Lord a new School of Christ building is being constructed in the city of Rudrapur, just 250 km to the north of New Deli, India.
In 2020 we were asked to come to the central region of La Paz, Bolivia, to attend a pastors’ conference and present the School of Christ to 400 Assembly of God pastors.
I had the privilege of preaching the graduation ceremony for the Chaplains Ministry in the Province of Misiones, Argentina. To be certified by the government, you must take this Chaplains Ministry Course.
Thirty-eight students from ten different cities in Russia made up the School of Christ International School in Siberia. One pastor brought his entire ministerial team to go through the SOC.
Revival is happening here in Western Pangasinan through the School of Christ International ministry.
We were able to conduct a one-week SOC School in Karelia, Russia, in March of this year. We fed and housed thirty full-time students, but the night sessions were open to anyone wishing to attend.
The war in Myanmar has accelerated, and the situation there is desperate. The army is bombing indiscriminately, and now whole villages have been destroyed. Over 3000 thousand Karen people tried to flee into Thailand but were stopped by the Thai military and sent back.
The year 2020 has been a notable year for us all. At the beginning of that year, we had many wonderful plans. In May, we were going to run a school in Berlin City, Germany, with students from around the country.
Dear Brothers and Sisters:
I want to give you a brief update on some very complicated weeks in my life. I will only touch on some of the highlights. Several weeks ago, I was hit with a very severe infection in my body. I went to the hospital at 4:30 AM in excruciating pain. The local Doctor would not even give me five minutes to decide which hospital I wanted to be taken to.
The following report contains two emails that I received this past week from Pastors in Myanmar concerning the current crisis facing that nation. Also, there is a local and worldwide outreach taking place
Briefly, we are interjecting these life and death needs at the last moment before printing this “Missions Report.” We felt we had to adjust our articles and scheduled printing to add these requests