Graduation in Mozambique
Five couples and two women graduated from the Xai-Xai Bible College in Mozambique at the end of September. (A few students received a one-year Christian ministry certificate.)
These graduates were sent out and are very needed in their communities as new churches are planted every year by the JESUS film team and by house-to-house evangelism. Other churches were waiting for a trained pastor. The graduates returned to four different districts. Manuel Boca and his wife will be Mozambique’s first missionaries to a foreign country, Malawi, in the next few months—once their work visas are finished. Please pray for these graduates as they transition into a new season of ministry!
A few first year students also recently shared some of their hopes as they continue their studies.
“It is my dream to be a pastor. I am so grateful for the opportunity God has given me to learn more about Him and the truth.” – Abel Antonio Chapepa
“I hope to be part of helping to organize a group to write more studies for a Sunday school curriculum to use across the country of Mozambique.” – Boaze Francisco Chapo
“I’m grateful for understanding so much more about spiritual growth and spiritual warfare.” – Lucia Neves
“I want to help my church with evangelism. You see, I was someone who didn’t want to go to church, but God has helped me to realize the importance of worship and so I want to help bring other lost people to Jesus. When I graduate, I hope to plant a church.” – Pedro Nataniel