Ministry News from Dr. Mike Peper
Vicki and Abdul Conteh
Dr. Mike and Diane Peper
News From Sierra Leone.... November 2020.
In September our schools were allowed to restart the preschool classes. Then in October the remainder of our classes were able to begin meeting. The three existing schools began all of their classes and we were able to begin meeting. The three existing schools began all of their classes and we were able to add the Mabanta school. The total number of students in the four schools are 436. We are able to start our fifth school in the Benguima church facilities as a result of the wonderful way our supporting churches have responded to our need for scholarships. The total amount received this year for these scholarships is $8,435.00. Thank all of you for your participation making it possible for these children to receive a superior education.
As a result of the money received for the church building at Levuma, the brick layer is busy making the blocks needed. At present, the church has a metal building. This will be a vast improvement and will give them a more permanent structure.
With the soon release of the vaccine, I am anticipating a January departure to Sierra Leone. We are anxious for our soon return to the field. Please join us in praying for this to take place.
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Greetings from Sierra Leone,
As you may know, the Rawlings Foundation has invested in Youth camps in countries around the world and one of those countries is Sierra Leone. My Son-in-law and daughter are privileged to represent the Rawlings Foundation by overseeing the camp. The camp is located on 42 acres of beach-front property. The Foundation is in the process of developing the camp and have already completed a pavilion, kitchen, dug a well, and have a good start on landscaping the property.
Although the camp has not been completed, it has already hosted thousands of young people with thousands of young people being saved. Though Sierra Leone is a predominately Muslim country, the camp has already proven itself to be a bridge in reaching the Muslim young people of this country.
Two weeks ago an Islamic high school came to the camp with 543 students in attendance. Out of that number, 378 accepted Christ along with the Principal, the Vice Principal, and
6 of the teachers. We are so excited about the future of this ministry.