Have you ever gone to the library and been thankful to find the book you were looking for – or remember the feeling when you were given a book you’ve have on your ‘must read’ list? Well, thanks to the generosity of a reSource donor, and the cooperation and help of Langham Partnership, a shipment of new books arrived at the library of Lake Malawi Anglican University (LAMAU) in Lilongwe (central region), Malawi, Africa, and they couldn’t be more grateful! Rev Canon Andrew Sumani, Principal of LAMAU writes:
“I write to inform you that we have received the consignment of theology books. They arrived today and we at LAMAU are very grateful! Thank you for making our dream of stocking our Library with most recent books come true. On behalf of LAMAU I express our heartfelt, deepest and profound gratitude for the support given.”
At reSource we are aware that pastors and leaders need good tools for building the Church of Christ. A common and often urgent need of all our seminary partners is better library resources. If seminary faculty are to prepare lessons and students deepen their learning, it is essential they have good books and a well-stocked library. This is why reSource is committed to developing vibrant libraries, which in turn help produce more knowledgeable and discerning students – and better-equipped churches! And this is also why we are filled with thanksgiving when someone sees the need, steps in to help out and students find the book they were looking for!