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2016 P & P #3 "All Together" 06/13/2016
2016 P & P #2 "Going Deep" 04/12/2016
Korean STS Handbook, 6a Edition 04/12/2016
2016 P & P #1 “It's a Small World After All!” 02/15/2016
2015 P & P #5 “One Year New” 12/08/2015
Can anyone attend Bible school,
even if they can’t read? 10/20/2015
2015 P & P #4 “Children Affected” 10/08/2015
2015 P & P #3 “Inconvenient or God Convenient?" 08/04/2015
Ao Naga STS Handbook, 6a Edition 07/19/2015
Israel Tour and Workshop 07/07/2015
2015 P & P #2 “Man Sheds Tears” 06/06/2015
Family Devotions That Impact 05/17/2015
Could God's Word Change a Marriage? 04/27/2015
2015 P & P #1 “Vision Continues” 03/07/2015
Pastor In Philippines Changes Mind 02/10/2015
- STS Oral Bible Schools in Africa, First Graduation Gifts of donors (God’s bounty!) supplied 12 graduates AND all 120 students with solar-powered audio-players. These MegaVoices have Swahili PAT (Practitioners Audio Training), God’s Story, New Testament and 66 Bible stories. Also students received a “Heart Pocket Book.” Each page has original drawing depicting one of 296 Bible stories they learn--a book for those who cannot read! chronological list of 296 stories.
- PAT now available on solar players and CDs in Nepali, English, Kannada, Swahili and French.
- Swahili Story Examples Now available for download from site.
- New Evening OBS The evening classes are a unique adaptation of OBS for people in the work place. The students meet from 5 PM to 8 PM, 5 days a week. The strategy of the overseers leading these classes is for the students to learn and discuss in depth, one story at each meeting. So far, the students in the classes now in session are learning five new stories each week!