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I’m sitting in the farthest end of the terminal 5 here in JFK airport waiting to board a flight to Lisbon, and then another connection tomorrow afternoon into Lome, Togo. Pastor Sika told me Sunday is the best time to arrive in this politically tense country, so I will get in about 9:30 Sunday night and go directly to my hotel. Monday morning we will begin.
This will be our third classroom in Togo, and I’m praying that the Togo pastors will join their Liberian brethren this year in both their passion for training but also a deep desire to train others as they are being trained.
This week we will be immersed in the study of salvation; a study which affects nearly everything else they will encounter in our curriculum. I hope it will bless them, but I really hope it will fire them internally for greater ministry among their people. Here, as in every place in Africa, the false “Christian” sects have infiltrated the populace. Two things identify them in error. First what they believe about who Jesus is, and secondly, what Jesus did. These two things have historically become the mine field which determines whether one actually arrives at the door of true faith in Christ.
Please know how much I appreciate each of you who pray and give to this ministry. I thank you, and I know the pastors of Togo this week will be grateful to have opportunity to get training which would otherwise not be available to them. They thank you, too.
May God bless us all as we serve Him,
Bruce Snavely, PhD
Global Baptist Training Foundation