Today is a day of anticipation at Haus Edelweiss as the staff awaits the arrival of 14 Short Term Workers (STWs) from five churches in three states, who will serve there during Session 7. They continue in
the long tradition of volunteers, who over the years, have served in various ways so that students can be cared for while they are attending classes.
In addition to the STWs there will be five professors from two countries who will be teaching Research Methods, Hermeneutics, Principles of Christian Teaching and New Testament 2. They also come from a long tradition of men and women who have volunteered their time and used their knowledge and gifts to help equip international disciple makers.
Then on Monday, 47 church leaders and leaders from para-church organizations from 10 countries in Europe and Central Asia will arrive on campus. These TCM students have read books and articles, written papers and studied in preparation
for the courses they have chosen to take. They represent a long tradition of people who love God and desire to serve him by learning and then leading where they are.
Since 1982, God has provided Haus Edelweiss as a place for Christian men and women to come together to serve and learn and then return home better prepared to effectively lead. Join me in praying for Session 7 and those involved in what will take place on the Haus Edelweiss campus during the days of September 9 - September 22. A long legacy continues….
Blessings on your journey,
Director of Global Outreach
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