Sunday Highlight: February 20
Today we’re going to pray for one of the seminary students our church supports through the Cooperative Program. For background, remember that our church supports six of the best and largest seminaries in the country. One of those is Gateway Seminary. Gateway has five locations in California, Colorado, Arizona and Washington.
That student we’re praying for today is Kaluba Kapapula. Kaluba is from Zambia, a country in south central Africa. He has served 28 years as pastor, church planter, and educator in Zambia. Back in 2004, Kaluba came to America and served six years at a church in Colorado. That’s when he started attending Gateway Seminary.
But family and ministry needs called him back to Zambia in 2010 — he became the leader of two Bible colleges. Now Kaluba is back at Gateway, this time at the main campus in Ontario, California, which is part of greater Los Angeles.
Kaluba plans to work on a master’s degree and then a PhD, so he can teach and lead in equipping pastors and missionaries in Zambia. Let’s ask God to give him a bright, productive future!
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