The importance of Bible teaching

It is through the church that God gives hope to the world. But how can the church in Africa know how God wants them to live unless they are taught how to read the Bible? And how can they hold fast to the truth unless they know it well? Moffatt Bible College in Kenya has a vision to train African pastors and others in ministry so that they will impact their churches and communities.

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