Monday, 6 June 2011

Interim Period Ends

Our Interim Period at the college has come to an end. Last Friday, Trevor officially handed over to Joseph Taban as the new principal. On Saturday we had the graduation of the third year diploma students and the one year foundation course that Tina spent most of her time with. They presented us with plaques to say than you – but the real thanks should go to the many many people who have given in so many ways in this past two and a half years. And not least, of course, to the providence of Almighty God who has gone before us and ensured we survived and prospered. He has truly led, directed and filled in the bits where we were going to fail before we encountered disaster.

The next phase of our work involves Trevor as International Consultant which means travelling around the world promoting the college and the work of the ECS in Sudan – beginning with America this month. So this blog will go internal! We have launched an appeal for over $300,000 – literature available upon request!

We plan to be in the US and UK until the beginning of October when we shall come back here and and see what we can do to support Joseph and the students in their next phase.

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