Excitement Grows as Scholars Embark on Various Ministries
Most of the FGG graduates lead Bible study cell groups, teach Sunday school classes, and assist in various ministries in and outside the church. Some have started to partner with foreign missionaries and others are now working in para-church organizations.
As a result, excitement is building up among the 100 students who are enrolled in the program this school year. These students look forward to doing ministsry as they are taught by six pastor-teachers and five assistant teachers in six training centers in Manila and Northern Luzon. One of FGG's scholarship goals is to motivate pastors to duplicate themselves and produce more workers for God's Kingdom. We support pastors who have the desire and the gift to teach and train their members for the ministry of evangelism, discipleship and church planting. We are simply encouraging pastors to "equip the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the building up of the body of Christ." (Ephesians 4:12)
As FGG finishes it third quarter and progresses to the last three months of the year, it is secure that it has accomplished its mission of going beyond the typical training of Pastors and Christian leaders. FGG is assured that its graduates have not only gained the skills they need to do the work of the ministry, but are making an impact in the lives of people around them; transforming communities, one person at a time.