TCWM Advancing on All Fronts
|Written by Pete Anderson|
TCWM is coming out of the pandemic with optimism and action. There is a new excitement in each of our teaching centers. We are advancing on all fronts:
In May, in 5 centers in Uganda, Kenya, and Rwanda, we are training our students in “What is the Gospel.” We want them to know and share the true Gospel of Grace.
In addition, a few weeks ago in Kapchorwa, Uganda, we broke ground on a new dormitory that will house 180 students (pictured above)! About 400 people came to the groundbreaking, including neighbors, the mayor, many local leaders, the local Muslim Sheik, pastors, faculty, and students. It was a great day of celebration.
We are ready in the next two weeks to install a new 2000 Watt transmitter for KTR FM, our Christian Radio station. We hope to reach some 200,000 people for Christ with our new transmitter.
Construction begins next week on a new road that connects our main campus and headquarters in Kapchorwa to the paved road.
We are importing a van from Japan that will transport our faculty, staff, and students to our teaching centers.
By October 10, we hope to complete the dormitory and by the end of the year, we hope to complete our library/admin building and staff quarters.
Through your generous giving, we have been able to offer more scholarships to pastors and Christian leaders than ever before. Thank you!
CAN YOU STAND WITH US?
Written by Doug McNutt
In all this, we give Christ all the glory; He has promised to be with us!
In many ways, this is the most exciting time in the history of TCWM. Our numbers are growing at Trinity Biblical Institute at each of our teaching centers and there are opportunities to plant new teaching centers as we make our way across Africa.
To accomplish all this, we continue to need your help and prayers. Our greatest needs include:
- Funding for a special set of classes for pastors in Kigali, Rwanda which we hope to hold this summer (their Covid lockdowns are set to end in June).
- Preparation for seminary classes this fall: paying our theology teachers, food for students, facility rental in our extension sites, printed theology class outlines, etc…
Would you consider a gift of $200, $500, or $1000 to help with these needs?