World English Institute, a School in Nigeria, and a Smaller Church in Oklahoma Provide Good News
by: Stafford North | March 5, 2018
Good News for March comes from all over the world. The World English Institute has students literally from all over the world and the story of their work and one student in particular is compelling. A school in Nigeria to teach preachers and church leaders is named for an American killed while there to help the church. And a smaller church in Cordell, Oklahoma, has found a unique way to draw more young people into its program. All stories of good news you will be glad you read. And help us get Good News to more people by forwarding it to your own list of email links and to those in your congregation. Send story ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. And there is a note about two upcoming programs for ministers and church members at Oklahoma Christian University.