In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, reSource Leadership International, along with our Overseas Council affiliates in Australia, the USA, New Zealand and Europe, as well as with ScholarLeaders, collaborated to mobilize over $1 million (USD) to help 90 Majority World Bible colleges as well as 30 scholar leaders in training.
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As we informed you in our last Newsletter, the first phase of our Shoulder to Shoulder Strategy is to assist Bible colleges with their online capacity through upgrades to IT, cameras and learning materials on the web. What we are beginning to witness is what we had hoped and prayed for. Colleges that are equipped to educate online are positioned to reach a much larger audience, thereby multiplying their impact. As schools deal with the impact of the corona virus, we are seeing the promises of God being fulfilled, where “the Spirit helps us in our weakness” and “God works for the good of those who love him…” (Romans 8:26 & 28).
The first phase of our Shoulder to Shoulder strategy is to assist seminaries to increase student online capacity through upgrades to IT, cameras, online books and journals. Innovative online theological education will not only help Bible colleges survive but actually enable them to thrive! For colleges that are well equipped to educate online are positioned to reach a much larger audience, thereby multiplying their impact.
upporting our partner Bible colleges during this global emergency is a critical priority for Overseas Council Australia and reSource Leadership International.
reSource Leadership International is partnering with ScholarLeaders International to help equip Saralen Tran, a teacher at Hanoi Bible College (HBC) in Vietnam, to pursue doctoral studies at Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS) in the Philippines. The...
For 75 years BSC has upheld the vision of preparing Christian pastors and leaders for Colombia, Latin America and the world. Their mission is to prepare highly trained men and women who exercise leadership for service to the evangelical church and the community. Their education is based on Biblical teaching and practice and they insist on Christian formation that focuses on the devotional life of each student.
Their hope is that each student will live a Christian cosmo-vision or worldview
in all of their daily activities.
This Christmas we again offer you an opportunity to “overflow with hope” by gifting a future Christian leader in the Majority World with a Contextual Commentary of the entire Bible!
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!
“Common sense dictates that we flee from a troubled region, while God’s calling for the Church is to endure, to discover its prophetic role, to proclaim the love of Christ, to live out Kingdom values, and to exhibit to the world the marks of the reign of God.
This is the kind of Church that is needed in the Arab world at a time like this. … We, at ABTS, are humbled and thrilled to be called by God to serve such a Church. … We work on developing leaders who are critical thinkers, with a strong spiritual character and competence in ministry skills, in addition to a pronounced missional impulse. Our region is starving for leaders. Our churches are facing a crisis of leadership.”