Writer Cindy Solomon highlights the partnership between The United Methodist Publishing House and The E-Reader Project.
Hear from three students at the College of Theology & Management, Church Training Centre in Freetown, Sierra Leone about how they are benefiting from the E-Reader Project.
A pair of stories from a faculty member and a student at Gbarnga School of Theology in Liberia.
Adriano Kilende and Perfeito Massamba led an e-reader training at the Bishop Emílio de Carvalho School of Theology in West Angola. And the students want to say thank you for this ministry!
Hear from Rev. Nuhu Haruna and what it means to be a part of the E-Reader Project.
Adriano Kilende believes the students at Bishop Emílio de Carvalho are the seeds of hope being planted to become a new generation of pastors.
Brent Beazly has a heart for Liberia.
A member of the Illinois Great Rivers Conference (IGRC), Beazly has been helping fund projects in Liberia for over ten years. In 2006, the “IGRC and Liberia District-to-District Partnership” was created, and since then he has been providing financial support for several projects in Liberia: building and rebuilding churches, constructing wells, funding tuition for 30 children to go to school in a remote area, and much more.
In continuation of the E-Reader Project, Discipleship Ministries and Board of Higher Education and Ministries through Discipleship Resources International (DRI) recently delivered 42 Kindle e-readers to the Banyam Theological Seminary (BTS) in Nigeria. Over 100 students and faculty members participated in the three days of training
By Pierre T. Omadjela January, 2017 | Kindu, Democratic Republic of Congo Earlier this January, Pierre Omadjela made the trip…
On Tuesday, December 13, representatives from the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) and Discipleship Ministries met to witness the signing of an agreement to continue their partnership around the E-Readers for Theological Education Project through the next quadrennium.