When you hear “Fiji”, your first thought might be a tourist destination with stunning beaches and constant sunshine.
But last month, sun-bathing was out of the question for over 50 people who attended Langham Preaching training.
Retired minister Stephen Williams and Revd Andy Shudall were among the trainers who led one group through the first level of training, and another through Level Two.
Andy said on Twitter it was a “huge privilege” to serve these pastors and preachers in Fiji. He also said dates have been set for the final level of preaching training next year.
Huge privilege to serve among these pastoral and preachers in Fiji for @LanghamPartners #langhampreaching level 2 all but complete – level 3 dates set for 2020. Pray for them. pic.twitter.com/bXcmY8oYDj
— Andy Shudall (@Andy_Shudall) January 31, 2019
Stephen recently shared more about his role as Regional Coordinator for Langham Preaching in the South Pacific.
“In my three years as Regional Coordinator, I’ve valued coming to know and love the people of the South Pacific – and have enjoyed the opportunity to look at the Bible freshly and study it closely.
“I could wish I was starting my ministry all over again! The rich fellowship with others in Langham, knowing their support, wisdom and encouragement is another thing I have enjoyed.”
Andy asked for prayer for the preachers in Fiji who were trained last month.
Let’s be praying that the Church in Fiji grows in faithfulness to the Lord Jesus Christ. And that those who completed Level Two will attend Level Three next year!