Starting a new project


We've learned over the years that churches want workshops and conferences, but that these don't give lasting results. So we've opted to work on developing projects. These are harder to start, because the church has to understand that a project involves commitment to a series of workshops, to homework, to faithful attendance, and to putting what they learn into practice in the church. So this Sunday Faby talked with the teachers of the Sunday school about training them over a period of time. Ten people attended, but at the end when we asked how many would commit themselves to the project, only six said, "yes." But that's a good start. Our plan is to visit Cachisagua once a month. Alan leads the bible program FLET, and at the same time Faby will work with teachers. God is teaching us as well as teaching them.