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Why faculty volunteer with Asian Access...

10 August 2010 (00:42) | posted by jhandley |

What excites faculty about A2's future...

Many of you have been praying for Gary Parrett and his family in light of the tragic accident that happened prior to our A2 training in Sri Lanka a few weeks ago. Though Gary is still in intensive care in Korea, he may be transported back to Boston soon.  We covet your prayers for him and his wife Holly and daughter Alisa. To keep abreast of his situation, you can follow them on their Caring Bridge website and you can even help the family out by giving to the "Parrett Family Fund" through Gordon-Conwell Seminary.

In Gary's absence, Richard Brohier, Adrian DeVisser and I all shared in the latest session of Asian Access training in Sri Lanka. It was great to see pastors learning from one another and growing together.

In addition, every opportunity I get, I like to ask our faculty why they would donate their time to invest in Asian Access. I did this in this video with Richard Brohier where he shares why he's willing to invest time even though he doesn't get paid to share.

Watch this video and hear the impact that A2 is having and why faculty like Richard are willing to serve.

Why Faculty Volunteer with Asian Access...

Pastor Richard Brohier, a faculty member for Asian Access, discusses why he volunteers his time with this movement and what makes him excited about the future of Asian Access.

Richard Brohier, pastor of a church in South Australia and former Youth For Christ and Church Resource Ministries staff member, taught for A2/Sri Lanka this week at the Ape Kedella Farm just an hour or so outside Colombo. He co-taught with Adrian De Visser and me.

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P.S. - So, tell me, why are you excited about this movement?  I'd like to hear from you...  


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