AM International chapters held a joint conference recently revive communication across all nations around the world. AM leaders were excited to reunite and strategize for the coming peak season of campus mission.
Apostolos Missions Africa set goals for the month of August. Their main focus is to prepare for the fall semester. The region as a whole is focusing on 3 major universities, 2 in Uganda and 1 in South Sudan--Kyambogo University, Makerere University, and Juba University. The team is also focusing on resuming daily meetings to revive the network and activate chapters.
Apostolos Missions International appointed Julie Do from Vietnam as the Southeast Asia continental leader.
Apostolos Missions International is seeking to expand its network in all regions by the General Assembly. One of the primary regions for expansion is in South America. The HQ has been networking heavily in this region to revive campus missions and set up new leaders.
Apostolos Missions in Africa is preparing to hold the 2nd annual leadership training in Kampala, Uganda.
On July 14, Pastor Nathaneal Choi was appointed as the new representative of AM Korea, will open up Asian missions as 'three layers of youth missions' along with YEF and YD.
AM South Sudan taught Freedom in Christ, Obedience, Repentance, and Love in their Visit to Juba Central Prison. Apostolos Mission in Juba University visited JCP with a vision of restoring hope in their lives.
Apostolos Missions General Secretary gave a presentation to OLI students on June 16, 2018. The presentation shared AM's mission, Biblical basic, and brief explanation of the work that is taking place around the world and at the HQ.
The Apostolos Missions HQ is looking forward to the month of July with great hope. After the conclusion of the 2018 AM Summer Membership Training, the HQ feels a new dimension opened up to involve more people in the HQ works and to set a bigger vision for the ministry.
AM Africa leadership recently shared a devotional with youth from AM Africa chapters. Walter received great grace through their meditation and shared a summary of the devotion. AM Africa was encouraged to live a life faithful to the call of God because it is the best and most rewarding life. May many youths in Africa offer their young lives to the Lord.
AM Korea set up plans and goals for June and is under tense to focus more on-campus mission.
Many thirsty souls preciously listening to the Word of God in AM Korea are constantly being found and steadily learning.
Apostolos Missions in Africa is meeting weekly with AM Africa leader Walter. Walter is seeking to revive the network and encourage leaders to work hard towards the summer and bear fruit.
Apostolos Missions in Uganda is preparing to hold a 2-year anniversary youth conference to celebrate their time in the ministry. AM Africa leader, Walter, shared about the plans for the event to be held on Sun. April 29.
Rita, the leader of the ministry in Zambia have had a chance to share their visions the Headquarter and she got an opportunity to sensitize a group of youth in the local church on Easter weekend.