The Apostolos Missions HQ is working together with the South America region on a new strategy for setting up leaders. The region is opening English Bible studies and they are also being connected to AM for deeper involvement and growth. The HQ shared several English materials with the region recently.
Apostolos Missions in Zimbabwe recently held a powerful prayer meeting for the growth of the ministry. They meet weekly as a group for prayer and unite online with AM Africa to have Bible studies and prayer.
Apostolos Missions International is preparing to hold its first Asia Leadership Conference in South Korea this summer. The conference will be organized by the HQ, AM Korea and AM Japan leaders and with YEF in Korea.
Let us pray that AM Japan might be strengthened by the power of Holy Spirit, that they might spread the gospel boldly and share a message about Jesus Christ and the kingdom of God.
Apostolos Missions in Africa is gracefully uniting daily for morning and evening devotionals. The AM members from Uganda, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. About 17 people join the meeting daily to share a devotional and reflections.
The Apostolos Missions HQ completed and distributed it's Acts Resources for chapters in South America. The resources are in the Spanish language and cover 3 lessons from the Book of Acts.
AM Japan is focusing on delivering the love of God with God's word and prayer to the souls who were evangelized through outreach programs.
The Apostolos Missions HQ recently shared some ideas for programs to hold on university campuses throughout the summer. The summertime is usually a resting period for campus mission, but missionaries can use the time to gather wandering students and prepare for the fall semester. Below are some suggested activities for the summer semester.
Uganda has moved to another level by the grace of God. A new chapter has been established at Crane Media Institute. This is an institute under the establishment and top management of Muslims but God has opened for AM a way through.
Apostolos Missions in Uganda has had a graceful year of mission. They have set up 6 chapters, 7 departments, 32 core members, and 10 core leaders. AM Uganda gathered several testimonies regarding their year in mission and their hope for the future. Please continue to pray that many more young lives may be saved in Uganda through AM mission.
Apostolos Missions in Ecuador hosted an event at Fundación Orphaids, a Christian non-profit organization in Quito that works with children and families affected by HIV / AIDS. The Ecuador missionary gathered 6 young people to visit the location and hold programs with the children.
The Apostolos Missions HQ began a homiletics teacher training on Sunday to raise on-campus Bible teachers. The seminar contained practical guidance on the content and form of delivering messages and also emphasized the spiritual support that comes through prayer.
Apostolos Missions in Toronto has registered 5 members this Sunday. The members are forming a team to register AM to the University of Toronto before the school year is over.
Apostolos Missions in Uganda is developing a leadership structure to develop the lifespan of the fellowship in each chapter. The structure will include a board of members who have distinct roles and are elected into office by their peers.
AM Japan got started producing promotional materials for a Japan Vision Trip that is scheduled to take place in July or August, for which they prepare in cooperation with AM Korea.