Apostolos Missions at the University of California in San Diego is continuing to evangelize with a heart of perseverance. The volunteers are praying to identify those who can be raised as Bible teachers at the school.
The Apostolos Missions HQ held a short conference and a trip to the Elim Center in Kirkwood, NY. Three students and the AM U.S. representative joined the program and received great grace.
The Apostolos Missions HQ began a new series this week on the Book of Acts in honor of the journey towards Pentecost. The students studied the Gospel of John and many Gospel messages throughout Lent but will continue to look at the develop of mission through this new series.
Apostolos Missions at the University of California San Diego is preparing to open Spanish-language Bible studies. The team of AM volunteers added two new sisters originally from Venezuela--Nogleidys and Minerva.
Apostolos Missions at Harvard University is continually evangelizing to find new people. AM Harvard leader, Ahran, shared that the evangelism was hopeful and they received several new contacts.
Apostolos Missions at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) recently submitted the application for approval as a club at the university. When approved, AM will be recognized as a part of the MIT student life community.
Apostolos Missions at Harvard University recently revived its Spring semester weekly Bible studies this week. AM Harvard leader, Ahran, delivered Romans 1:1-32 and taught about our original sin of denying God and how we've removed God from the center of our lives and as a consequence, we were put in the midst of wickedness.
AM UCSD is focusing on raising disciples during this Spring Quarter. They have been holding weekly Bible study programs with the end goal of raising leaders who can share God's heart for mission.
Apostolos Missions at Columbia University has set some prayer topics and goals for the revival of mission in NYC.
Apostolos Missions International in the U.S. is preparing to launch a Valentine's Day event called "No Greater Love." Valentine's Day is a holiday that focuses on horizontal love, particularly in romantic relationships. However, U.S. chapters will use the opportunity to testify to God's love.
On Jan 28th, five AM staff members went to the University of California, San Diego to evangelize and do Bible study as well as Chinese Lunar New Year celebration.
AM at the University of California in San Diego is continuing through the volunteering of local students. Bible Studies and evangelism have been going on regularly with students joining every Saturday program.
AM at Harvard University is developing a prayer meeting and prayer request form for students. The U.S. is in a state of anxiety and uncertainty and the AM Harvard leader believes that prayer is the way deliver true peace.
Apostolos Missions International has completed a Christmas outreach packet for chapters to use as a retreat evangelism method. Christmas is a season in which Christians are aware of the religious significance and may want to join in church or fellowship activities. AM chapters are now equipped with some materials to launch their local mini-retreat.
AM Harvard Weekly Bible study has welcomed a newcomer every week by the grace of God. Regular Bible students also start to join in putting AM posters on the campus together, which promises their spiritual growth and more powerful coworking for the mission in Harvard campus.