New Mission School
Aliona from Khotyn [Ukraine]I had a strong desire to attend. I felt that I am limited in my knowledge of the Bible and that is why I want to study, in order to minister to the children and teenagers in a proper way.
A new school is planned for south-west Romania, based in Bozovici.
Pastor George Cojocaru, pastor of the church there, and with responsibility for three others, will be the Mission School’s director. He anticipates about twenty students will join the course. George is excited about the school and explains why it is important for the churches in that region:
‘Many local preachers are without formal theological education. They don’t have the time or the resources to attend Bible College. Many have attended conferences or have some religious books, but their education reached a level and they are stuck there! I don’t know of any better solution than SGA’s school’.
Lucica Badescu, a deacon at Hope Church in Șopotu VechiI consider that I need SGA because I want to understand the Scriptures better. My expectations for the SGA school are to deepen my understanding of Scripture and to be better able to interpret the Bible in the right way; also to be able to explain the difference between healthy teaching and the cults.