Story number 4 for 22 Oct 2001

By October 22, 2001

(Slovakia)–Meanwhile, English education is providing an open door to evangelism in Slovakia. That’s the word from International Needs Network’s David Culross. Culross says they have had an incredible response to their summer Christian English camps. “These camps have been going on for some five years. And, each year they increase in enrolment. This year they had over 600 students attending the various camps. And, 90-percent of them come from totally non-Christian and usually atheistic backgrounds.” Culross says English camps are popular because many believe learning the language is key to professional success. He says they saw a lot of spiritual fruit. “Many of the students and several translators that worked in each classroom invited Jesus Christ to become their Savior. One church has been established. Pray that the students who accepted the Lord and the those who continue to be interested in the Gospel can be properly followed up.”

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