On October 10th, Esther Wanjiku, AM Kinyanjui Polytechnic Chapter leader came to Nairobi Gratia church for the first Bible study. She showed thankful heart for the Bible study and asked whether AM leader can come for their lunch hour fellowship time and share the Bible.
Apostolos Missions International has appointed a Southeast Asia continental representative, by the grace of God. Sreynoch Chitt, from AM Cambodia, graciously received the position to serve the region.
Apostolos Missions in Kenya is preparing to have a youth retreat in October. The chapter in Nairobi has grown to 7 members by the grace of God. The leader, Kefa, is planning a full-day retreat to gather more youth.
Apostolos Missions in Uganda is preparing several events for the month of September. One of the main events includes the annual "Soul Winner's Conference" organized by Intervarsity and the Christian Union at Kyambogo University.
Apostolos Missions in Africa has expanded to its 7th country in the region. Rwanda opened AM mission with the appointment of leader Valentine. Sister Valentine is a native of Rwanda and speaks French as well as English.
Apostolos Missions in Uganda held a short conference after the conclusion of the AM East Africa Leadership Training. They were able to receive guidance from the HQ in order to develop the chapter more firmly.
On August 20th, Pastor Andrea Choi and Suji Cho had a meeting with Sreynoth AM leader from Cambodia. She was evangelized this year and volunteered to be an AM leader and is in charge of Cambodia mission.
The third day of the AM East Africa Leadership Training included a time of outreach at a famous university in Kampala, Uganda. About 27 attendees participated in evangelism at Kyambogo University.
Apostolos Missions International is praying and preparing to hold a week long leadership training in Africa this summer. The HQ staff wishes to share the Word of God deeply with AM members and give them clear guidance to raise their chapter and bear fruit. The dates have been confirmed for August 24-August 31.
On the July 15th, AM orchestra held their second regular concert. Regular concerts are held every half year, and it is an important event to check what we have learned over the years, to practice with more tension, and to help us get closer to the church.
Apostolos Missions in Zimbabwe held a graceful fellowship recently with AM regular attendees and newcomers. The group is meeting weekly for prayer meetings and also every Saturday for Bible sharing and reflection time. They really cherish the time of meditating on the Word together.
AM Cambodia leader, SreyNoth, has begun operating AM programs several days per week. SreyNoth has been co-working with the local church to evangelize young people and raise a powerful chapter in Phnom Penh.
The Apostolos Missions Africa representative, Walter Omara, joined a national youth ministry event in Uganda. Walter brought two other AM members with him and they represented AM there. Walter and the rest of the AM Africa team hope to form a graceful network in Africa and in Uganda.
The Apostolos Missions HQ is working on building various resources to support the future growth of chapters around the world. The first project is teacher's Bible study guides for future Bible teachers to be raised in the fall semester.
Apostolos Missions in Uganda is preparing to host a mass outreach event at its 5th national chapter at Nabasuba College of Commerce on July 1.They have utilized resources formed by the AM Africa leader that give guidance on how to hold large events in public spaces.