In September, five students experienced their first master of arts course in Biblical Studies. Pastors, an engineer, and a school teacher all expressed their desire to be better equipped to serve in their local congregations, market place, and community. “I posted my syllabus and PowerPoints on the web to facilitate students with a paperless classroom, well, almost paperless,” affirmed Dr. Mike, the professor.

Along with an almost paperless classroom, the era of the electronic library is emerging. On-the-other-hand, part of the assignments called for hardcopies of books and journals for research purposes. Therefore, an investment in a library for Freeport is of great importance.

“I praise God for the educational ministry of CST. The classroom experience pushed my pulpit ministry to a new level of delivering the good news,” proclaimed Pastor Lockhart. Civil engineer Francis exclaimed, “the challenge of the master’s level of study has awakened my thirst to excel in biblical studies.” “As a life-long high school teacher, my learning skills are being sharpened as ‘iron sharpens iron,’” stated Mrs. Thompson.

There is the potential of an additional six new students for the MA ministry in the near future for Freeport. Praise God for committed disciples.

CFAGE 2015 seven nation meeting happens in Paramaribo, Suriname.  CFAGE stands for Caribbean Fellowship of Assembly of God Executives and meets every three years.  These meetings took place to give reports, have work shops on various topics and plan strategies the for the next three years.  God is doing exciting things in our region of the world.