Presentation on theme: "In Togo, BGMC funds are being used to build Sunday School shelters for kids. This way the kids are protected from the sun and rain. The shelters are built."— Presentation transcript:
In Togo, BGMC funds are being used to build Sunday School shelters for kids. This way the kids are protected from the sun and rain. The shelters are built using wood poles and a tarp for the roof.
Most churches dont have room to teach the children. Thats why these Sunday School shelters are so important. Heres a photo showing kids learning about Jesus.
BGMC is a BIG blessing to this Bible school in Togo, also known as WAAST.
David Boyd and Buddy with missionary Randy Tarr, the president of WAAST.
Mary Boyd and Buddy with missionaries Bernie and Brenda Smith, teachers at WAAST. Brenda is also one of the writers for the BGMC curriculum.
Buddy with the head librarian at WAAST. David Boyd and Buddy with the Smiths outside the WAAST library.
BGMC paid for the entire library at the West Africa Advanced School of Theology (WAAST). Without a library, pastors would not have books to read or to study with.
BGMC also paid for desks, tables, chairs, and computers at WAAST.
Buddy visits the radio station run by students from WAAST with the help of BGMC.
Students learning and studying at WAAST.
Buddy with missionary Mary Ballenger, the academic dean at WAAST. Buddy visits with a student at WAAST.
BGMC paid for the graduation robes for the students at WAAST.
Buddy meets Squeeky, the pet monkey of missionary Bernie Smith.
College families Water wells are dug on the AG Bible school grounds. This becomes an opportunity to share the gospel with the local people. BGMC paid for the well on the campus of this Bible school in Atakpame, Togo, Africa.
Dedicating the BGMC water well at the Bible school in Atakpame, Togo, Africa. Buddy Buckets given out to everyone AOP missionaries, Mark & Vickie Alexander
Thank you for giving to BGMC so the kids and adults in Togo will know about Jesus!