FOR THE GOSPEL: Reaching the unreached across the world with the Gospel [#LibertyUniversity] 07/03
When he was a Liberty University student in the early 2000s, Joshua* (’04) knew that someday he would reach the unreached across the world with the Gospel.
Now, after a fulfilling career in the U.S. military, he and his family have been faithfully serving the Lord for 5 years in Asia in the heart of the 10/40 window — the region with the world’s most unreached nations for the Gospel.
“When we first arrived in 2015, we started sharing the Gospel with unreached people,” Joshua said. “The same year, we realized God’s vision to start an excellent Christian school in this strategic region for unreached missions. Christian education provides a strong foundation for all knowledge and opens doors for making disciples among the unreached — even Jesus and His disciples went to biblical schools as children.”
Last year, they opened the Christian Academy elementary school and campus church, where Joshua serves as the school’s principal and pastor while his wife, Bernice, serves as the lead teacher and vice principal.
Joshua has been enrolled in Liberty University Online Programs while overseas and will complete his Education Specialist in Curriculum & Instruction degree this summer.
He is also pursuing his Ph.D. in Education through Liberty.
The new school is currently for preschool through fifth grade.
The present building serves as both the school and staff quarters, with plans for a future expansion project for over 1,000 K-12 students.
Liberty alumnus and current online student sees God’s hand at work with opening of new elementary school in Asia:
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