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2016

Isa-e Theological Institute For Rohiynga Believers in Cox’s Bazar:

Systematic theological training of the Diploma in Ministry among Rohiynga refugee believers was held from 24-28 October, 2016 at Baithonia Baptist Church, Baharchara, Cox’s Bazar. Rohiynga are the people who are living in Bangladesh as refugee.

The 4th term of ITI at Cox’s Bazar was held with some enthusiastic believers and they have learn more about Isa over last few months as they have been attending ITI, getting mature in faith and growing spiritually. The course duration is 6 terms in a session year and each term for one week. Total 17 participants attended from different house Churches situated Kutupalong Refugees Camp, Leda Refugees Camp, Noyapara Refugees Camp, Shampur Refugees Camp; and there were 4 families amongst the participants who are husband and wife. In this term Rev. Abdul Mabud Chowdhury and Abul Hossain conducted classes according to ITI curriculum. Also everyday morning and evening devotion was conducted by Pastor Sushanta Nath, Local Church Pastor. Isa-e song was taught to the participants by Pastor Abul Hossain. The system of teaching was modified during the classes and most of the lessons were being taught by Parables, storytelling and drama style.

End of this term all participants seemed to be pretty knowledgeable on Bible as they continued attending ITI from the beginning of this year and they were very much enthusiastic to learn more about Word of God. They also shared their testimony of their work over last few months and the blessings they received as they continued serving Isa and share the good news among their neighbors and fellow brothers who doesn’t know about Isa and truth about His life. They all joyfully promised that they will teach same among their fellow brothers and sisters in their respective house churches and reach out more people with the gospel. We thank God for all His blessings to be able to take this unique initiative.

 

 
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