The fourteenth student group at the SGA mission school in Moldova has had an encouraging start.
There are three ladies in the twenty-six students enrolled, and twenty-three men, many of whom are preachers with responsibilities in various village churches. They are very earnest and appreciative to be involved in the two-year programme.
The first teaching team considered it a real pleasure to teach them and they soon bonded together. The lecture room has been freshly decorated, with new desks, chairs, screen, windows and air conditioning. It is a very pleasant and useful facility.
Mature student Sergey Moltov, a former lieutenant in the Soviet Army, summed up his experience so far: ‘The teaching is very deep and rich. I’ve received a lot of interesting and important information.’