Timothy Iwe’s WBS Report

 30th June 2020

Dear brethren,

Report of My Online World Bible Study Help Effort for April to June 2020

INTRODUCTION: Challenging time is really an opportunity to show the true strength of a Christian. The COVID 19 pandemic is no longer a news to all but the effect of it to the church, the school and the society will last long. The lockdown affected most activities giving the Online WBS program an edge. It of great wisdom that the upgrade was pulsed for now for the timing is not excellent in my own understanding. We need the site mostly now.

Progress Report: It is my pleasure to be found useful even during these challenging times. The Online World Bible School Project is a great one and is even becoming more effective this time that many are working from home. The process of upgrading has affected our online studies with our students.  I have been able to grow my WBS Online Students from 1,716 in beginning of May to 1,863 as at the 30th of June 2020. 2 students completed their courses during this period.

I want to thank God for using me in that capacity. 5 souls were added to the body of Christ during this period. “Kerry Lombard wrote Hi there. I just wanted to thank you for arranging my baptism. I was baptized on Monday and have been invited to a church. Feeling very blessed indeed. Regards Kerry. That was Kerry comment from South Africa. Join me to thank God and pray for her to be stable in the kingdom. The last was a family that Bro Titus Blair introduced to me. We will do more as God give us the privilege to serve Him.

CHALLENGES: Electricity is a challenging issue in Nigeria. However, I have been able to provide an alternative power supply for myself. I use Solar Energy however, my battery is showing signs of weakness and need replacement. Paying for Internet here is another issue.

CONCLUSION: We are all pencils in the hand of God. More work will be done as we learn more to work and serve humanity.

Thanks and God bless you.

Tim Iwe

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