Literacy Enlightens the Dombos
The people who were considered as untouchables by others are being liberated to walk with the mainstream society through the literacy training given to them. Over 1500 people from this hitherto uneducated poor have become literates through IBL’s village literacy programmes.
Adult Literacy Project Officers’ Orientation
Forty seven delegates from different parts of Tamil Nadu met at Chennai at the seminar held during March 9-10.
Adult Literacy Teachers’ Training Programme
The 226th training programme was conducted at Salem Social Service Society, Salem, TN where seventy-seven animators from the state attended.
The 227th literacy training programme was arranged at St.Joseph Pastoral Centre, Gunadala, Vijaywada, AP from 15th to 19th March 2010. 116 delegates from AP received training at the four day extensive programme.
CHILDREN BIBLE SCHOOLS (CBS)
The CBSs for the year 2010 started with a twoday orientation and training in Chennai from 12-13 March 2010. 350 CBS teachers and leaders attended the trainging from CSI, ECI, Luthran, Brethren, Church of Christ, Pentecostal, independent churches and several ministry organizations. The new CBS books, songs CDs and DVDs were released at the meeting.
Over 300 trainees attended the CBS teachers’ training held at Zion Pentecostal Church, Vellore during 26-27 March 2010.
CBS training programmes were also arranged at Trichy, Erode, Tuticorin, Salem, Madurai, Marthandam, Thindivanam and Chidambaram.
The World Map Pastors’ Spiritual Renewal Conference 2010
700 pastors attended the spiritual renewal conference which was organized at Zion’s Bible College, Gunadla, Vijayawada, AP, from February 23-26.
The conference at Pune was held at Union Biblical Seminary during 1—19 February. 300 pastors attended.
Dr. Frank Parrish, Rev. Vic Torres, Dr. E. Velayudham, Rev. M. P. Prasanna and Pastor Don, Mr. Anthony were the speakers and leaders at the meetings.
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