Two-story apartment becomes home for education

By December 13, 2012

Belize (MNN) — There are many unique laws in Belize, which allowed many turns and twists over a land dispute among Christians who ran Cayo Christian Academy.

Worldwide Christian Schools sat down with Pastor Tate, one of the school's board members, and talked about the future and the need for the school to thrive and exist.

With tears in his eyes, Pastor Tate passionately talked about the children and the need to provide schooling in the country of Belize.

WWCS chose to help Cayo Christian Academy relocate and remodel a two-story apartment into classrooms for a school. Two days after the teams from WWCS left Belize, the Ministry of Education came for a visit. In that one visit, the new school location got fully approved.

The school started with 153 students at first registration. That was 30 over the capacity in the classroom space, so the lobby area was turned into a classroom for students.

Thank the Lord for giving the school favor with the Ministry of Education and for the unexpected increase in enrollment. Pray that they will be able to effectively minister to the children that are attending school there.

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