Tuesday, December 01, 2009

A reason to celebrate

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_Bx7kxvTyX7o/SxPjsjioYuI/AAAAAAAACUw/QxoPg8Qj6a4/s200/PB270002.JPG(I borrowed this blog and made it my own. Thanks Karen!) Students of Action Pastors' College (APC) completed their first year of studies this past Friday. To celebrate Tracy and Karen Singelton surprised the students with a reception of cake and tea in their honor. Can you tell they're happy?

Last January sixteen men began the college under the teaching of myself and
Tracy. Due to work schedules
two men had to leave the class, while a third has been the ill the
last several months.
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APC (formerly called ABI) is a three-year program which is available to compound pastors, who are the poorest in Lusaka. Meeting three days a week for three hours at a time, the pastors have studied Ephesians, Bible exegesis, Psalms, and history of Christian doctrine this past year. In December APC recesses, as do other schools in Lusaka. Please pray for Tracy and myself that we may be refreshed and renewed during this time.

(Pictured in first picture, left to right: Mr. Simuyemba, Mr. Mulenga, Mr. Chiwuswa. Second, Tracy Singleton, Mr. Kaumba, Mr. Mwanza, Mr. Zulu, Steve Allen, and Mr. Simuyemba (again!).

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