TLT participants typically enroll in three separate tracks of training, each one building on the preceding track
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“For every house is built by someone, but God is the builder of everything,” writes the author of Hebrews (3:4). Reverend Bitu Mondhu and his congregation discovered the truth of this Scripture firsthand when he participated in Timothy Leadership Training (TLT) implemented by Resonate Global Mission.
Reverend Wilson Nguu has three jobs in Kirigi Village in Embu, Kenya: he is a pastor, a public school teacher, and a subsistence coffee farmer.
He is a diligent and capable worker, but pastors in his region are not paid, and teachers do not make enough money to support themselves and their families. So, like many people in his community, Wilson relies on farming to help feed his family.
In the sanctuary of Word of Life Church in Mpala, Uganda, 11 graduates of Timothy Leadership Training (TLT) walked across the stage on October 5, 2018, to receive diplomas and be commissioned to serve God’s kingdom.
In the early 1990s, Resonate missionaries evacuated Liberia and ended formal ministry among the Muslim Vai people with feelings of disappointment and hopelessness. But they also knew that the hope of the gospel would continue to echo in the hearts of people you reached there.
“Only a few people had turned to Christ over the years of ministry, and political unrest was turning into civil war,” says Ron Geerlings, West Africa regional leader for Resonate.
Living in a northern region of Uganda, Ejulo was the only one in her family who professed faith in Christ. In addition, her business combined with her husband’s income was barely providing for their family of five. Ejulo despaired.