A week away from the Easter day, WOA fellowship ministries are fervently pushing forward to reach their goals. Some ministries have been developing new events and activities and while others emphasized the evangelism and bible studies with the overall aim to reach one more soul.
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With the 40 days of lent ending, the international ministries are reporting progress and results of their activities.
AM International reports that ministry support has had a great impact on chapters this quarter. AM is holding regular conferences with leaders from around the world. Chapters are also benefiting from online bible studies. Chapters are making use of bible message reflections. AM is also developing by providing seminars and more educational opportunities to raise leaders.
AM International is continuing to seek ways to expand its network of chapters in nations around the world. Notable recent growth has taken place in Africa and the North America regions.
Olivet Teen Mission has experienced deeper unity among current chapters during lent, with leaders gaining a greater sense of identity and commission. OTM has established leaders in new countries and cities, with leaders crediting God's faithfulness.
The ministry aims to move forward by following the servant leadership of example set by Jesus Christ to serve many suffering teens so they can come to know eternal life in Jesus Christ.
Saint Luke Society reports that during the period of lent, leaders grew in faith through prayers and meditation on God's word. The ministry's chapters continue to evangelize during this period with goals to establish representatives in each continental region. SLS says the Lenten season has given leaders new hope for the future.
Youth Evangelical Fellowship reports that the Lent season so far has been very special for the ministry. The ministry is looking with hope toward Easter with a dream for the revival of youth mission.
Elim Center International has started a program for training its members and staff online and continues to develop its global intercessory prayer network to support various ministries. The ministry is also hopeful to help chapters develop around the world through its online training programs. The ministry says God has been blessing staff during the Lent period, allowing them to know more of his grace and love.