Year End Review 2013: Youth Ministry

Bible Studies: While Thierry continued faithfully to teach the 12 Foundation Stones Bible course to his group of students, Olivier started his own group at UNIKIN, the largest university in Kinshasa, who holds over 16,000 students. He also takes them out witnessing regularly on campus, as well as at other universities, distributing Gospel tracts, posters, magazines, and praying with people to receive Salvation.

Guitar Classes: Noticing the interest his Bible students showed in singing and music, he organizes guitar lessons for them, so that more of them could lead praise and worship during his Bible studies.

English Club: We also started an English Club this year among our Bible students, so that those learning English could have the opportunity to practice and learn, while getting spiritually strengthened through the songs and articles we gave them.

Gerse and Patrick, new participants

Gerse and Patrick, medical students, joined our English Club and enjoy the Activated Magazines

Conversation English Club participants Prince Gains Cedric and Gerse

Conversation English Club participants Prince Gains Cedric and Gerse

Thierry with students

Thierry teaching his Bible students

Gino visits Olivier class at university

Gino visits Olivier's Bible class at university

Olivier and his students ready to go counseling students on campus.

Olivier and his students ready to go witnessing on campus.

Olivier and Maxi witnessing at main university

Olivier and Maxi witnessing at main university

Olivier and his students

Olivier and his Bible students

English Club participants

English Club participants

Olivier learning guitar and teaching university students our humanitarian course.

Olivier with some of his Bible students learning guitar

Chirac teaching guitar to Maxi at main Kinshasa university

Chirac teaching guitar to Maxi

 

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