Congolese government officials ask for more Bible training

by Dow S.,  Bible School for the Nations staff / BELT Ministries After we taught in the Transformation of Society seminar on biblical principles of civil government, the participants were very somber about how far off their nation is. They organized an outreach to city governmental officials, set an appointment to meet with ALL of them, and then they taught them …

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Laying Foundations for Freedom

by Dow S.,  Bible School for the Nations staff / BELT Ministries We have been so privileged to be a part of the BELT-Wycliffe project in the Democratic Republic of Congo! BELT, which stands for Bible Education Leadership Training, is a three-part series of seminars that equips pastors, leaders and church planters to be more effective in discipling their nations. Wycliffe has eleven …

Word from Warren: Mobilization for Mission

Warren Keapproth is the founder and director of YWAM Madison. He and his wife, Gayle, joined YWAM in 1972 as newlyweds in their early twenties. They're passionate about helping people discover and then do what God has called them to do. Jesus used practical ways to teach the principles of the Kingdom of God. Although he taught his disciples and …

After His Heart

by Missie, Bible School for the Nations staff I want to let you in on a little secret. Whenever I stand in front of a group of people to teach, I hear my own, personal soundtrack. It goes something like this: What if they don’t agree with me? What if they can’t understand me? What if I say something that’s …

Passing an Indian driver’s test…and other questions of Value

by Manuel, BSN Leader Are people valuable? If so, what gives them value? As I’ve traveled, I’ve encountered many worldviews that try to answer these questions. Sometimes, the answers show up in the strangest of places. Like a driving test. In various cities in India, you’ll find a question on their driving test that reads something like this: “You are …