Pastoral Training

Newsletter June 2021 USA

2021-06-07T18:58:53+02:00June 1st, 2021|Categories: Bible Distribution, Lesotho, Pastoral Training, PDF Newsletter, Vietnam|Tags: |

Click the link to download our June 2021 newsletter with information on how Harvesters has adapted our training due to the Covid crisis. Plus read the wonderful story of our recent Bible distribution trip to Lesotho and about a remarkable church planter in Vietnam. Download - Newsletter June 2021 USA (1.4mb)

Newsletter June 2021 UK

2021-06-07T18:57:45+02:00June 1st, 2021|Categories: Bible Distribution, Lesotho, Pastoral Training, PDF Newsletter, Vietnam|Tags: |

Click the link to download our June 2021 newsletter with information on how Harvesters has adapted our training due to the Covid crisis. Plus read the wonderful story of our recent Bible distribution trip to Lesotho and about a remarkable church planter in Vietnam. Download - Newsletter June 2021 UK (1.4mb)

Newsletter June 2021 English South Africa & International

2021-06-07T18:56:15+02:00June 1st, 2021|Categories: Bible Distribution, Lesotho, Pastoral Training, PDF Newsletter, Vietnam|Tags: , |

Click the link to download our June 2021 newsletter with information on how Harvesters has adapted our training due to the Covid crisis. Plus read the wonderful story of our recent Bible distribution trip to Lesotho and about a remarkable church planter in Vietnam. Download - Newsletter June 2021 English South Africa & International (1.4mb)

A Bikeload of Books Arrives in the DRC

2021-05-10T12:27:23+02:00May 4th, 2021|Categories: Democratic Republic Congo, Pastoral Training|

In some parts of the world, a training day may mean a minor adaptation to the daily schedule and a brief detour to the venue. Training materials can be downloaded or printed with ease. However, in other parts of the world, seemingly inconsequential requirements for training events actually require significant amounts of effort! Effort that

New Students Realise the Importance of Discipleship

2021-03-09T13:47:11+02:00March 25th, 2021|Categories: Discipleship, Kenya, Pastoral Training|Tags: , , , |

Kenya, like many countries, was hit hard with the Covid-19 virus. As infection rates rose and lockdowns ensued, the ability to meet and train in Kenya was temporarily halted. After weeks of postponement, training was able to pick up again at the start of this year. Including in a new location. High up in the

Pray for Your Brothers and Sisters in Lesotho

2021-03-15T20:22:20+02:00February 15th, 2021|Categories: Lesotho, Pastoral Training, Prayer|Tags: , , , |

The mountainous kingdom of Lesotho is a beautiful southern African nation. The last few months have been busy and fruitful in many ways. But the people of Lesotho need your prayers.   Pastors are being trained In the last weeks of 2020, Harvesters training continued in Lesotho. In Maseru, the capital city, 32 student pastors

Training in Kenya is Moving Forward

2021-03-15T20:19:40+02:00December 22nd, 2020|Categories: Evangelism, Kenya, Pastoral Training|

Homa Bay has the most magnificent views of Lake Victoria. On a beautiful morning you can see the fishermen going out before sunrise – casting their nets and bringing the catch of the day back to shore. People flock to the fish markets to purchase the freshest and biggest fish. Harvesters Ministries was fortunate to

Breath-taking India Needs Jesus

2021-03-15T20:12:58+02:00November 30th, 2020|Categories: Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, India, Pastoral Training|

Getting off the plane in Delhi – nothing can prepare you for what you will experience in India. Exhausting humidity, extreme heat, curry with every single meal, bright colours everywhere, people struggling and suffering, entire families living on the street, children running and playing, cars moving at high speed and bumper to bumper traffic. India

Your Gifts are Opening the way in the Amazon

2021-03-15T19:52:20+02:00October 26th, 2020|Categories: Amazon, Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, Pastoral Training|

The wild and untamed Amazon jungle is home to pink dolphins, green anacondas and black caiman alligators. The tribes are as unruly and untamed as their vast, luscious and overgrown environment. The Amazon river is 6,575 km (4,086 mi) long and runs through numerous countries and communities in South America. The Amazon Tribes need Jesus

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