Teaching All Nations Prayer Letter:  Dozens of Countries InfluencedPeter Morris, missionary to Kenya, had the opportunity to teach the first series of Teaching All Nations lessons to a group of Kenyan pastors during the month of July. These national pastors learned to use their Bibles to look for answers to the questions given to them in their TAN workbooks, which had adequate space to take notes in the Swahili language. These personal notes in their notebooks can be used later to train converts in their own villages.

Youth Conference 2014 was a wonderful opportunity to meet pastors and youth pastors who have a heart for missions. The theme of Youth Conference at First Baptist Church was simply “Called.” The TAN staff spent the week teaching future missionaries how to train nationals using the Teaching All Nations materials.

Praise the Lord! Cameron Howell has joined the TAN staff as our information manager. Cameron is a graduate of Hyles-Anderson College and is currently a student in the Internship Program at the college. His major is in missions, and he is doing his training through Fundamental Baptist Missions International (FBMI). Cameron will be working in the TAN office two days a week. We welcome our newest team member.

Missionaries from dozens of countries around the world have contacted us asking for information about the Teaching All Nations program. Missionaries in countries such as Bulgaria, New Zealand, Scotland, Mexico, India, Brazil, Pakistan, Kenya, Italy, Tanzania, Nigeria, South Sudan, Canada, Philippines, Thailand, Zambia, Burma, Argentina, and Peru have all requested materials. Many of these missionaries plan to start a Bible institute in their country this year. Please consider supporting Teaching All Nations through your faithful prayers and financial assistance as we support them with free Teaching All Nations materials.


Adam Ogle