One of the hardest things about moving was leaving behind the disciple-making movement at Hancock College in Santa Maria. But I do get to go back about once a month to do evangelism with them on campus and teach at their large group gathering. When I was there just a few weeks ago, I taught our first session of Hermeneutics (Bible interpretation). There were about 20 students there at Carol’s house for dinner and our study (as you can see in the picture)!
Until I return and teach the next hermeneutics sessions in a few weeks, the three student leaders will continue to teach the apologetics class that they themselves went through last year. I am thankful that they enjoy having me come back to visit, but I am also thankful that the ministry continues without my local leadership. Praise the Lord - they don’t need me!
The Yorks are passionate about bringing the Gospel to the nations - especially the unreached of the world (those who have no access to the Gospel). They are convinced that the greatest impact they can have in reaching the unreached is by multiplying disciples on college campuses and equipping churches to be missional disciple-makers.