as they raise high their new Kinyarwanda Study Bibles
It is with great excitement that I share we began the first day with the “Equip the Next Generation” group yesterday. I had great expectations as we waited for the group to begin to arrive from all areas of Rwanda on Sunday afternoon. Several appeared timid, but glad to be here. Their ages ranged for twenty-one to thirty-one.
On Monday morning some of the group staying in the house began to arise about 5:30 AM and prepare themselves for breakfast (bread and chai) and their first morning of teaching. Some still seemed a little timid, but ready to begin. Soon others began to arrive from Kigali. The final student arrived on Tuesday morning.
We began the class on Monday morning with an introduction to our future journey together and the gift of a Kinyarwanda Study Bible for each student. Theophile always takes time in the first two days to introduce students to the KSB. Most church leaders in the world would be thrilled to have a Bible resource like the KSB. Our young students seem to be aware of the privilege and responsibility that comes with the gift.