Water for the Congregations in Benin
April 2022 — A few months ago, Chad Thompson, a representative of the Walk for Water program through Healing Hands International, asked if there was a need for a well for a congregation in Benin. After discussions with the Director of the Bible Training Center (BTC), Inoussa Adjayi, it was determined that there were congregations in need of water who currently do not have access to water.
Married Student Housing Visit by Barbara England
February 2022 — On another day, I wandered over to the married student housing. The places where the married students and families live. There were women sitting outside, fixing their children’s hair, washing clothes, hanging laundry, doing all their tasks under the hot sun. As we walked down the sidewalk in front of the apartments, I noticed a shallow stone bowl-shaped slab with an oblong rock on it.
A Trip to the Kindergarten by Barbara England
February 2022 — “Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping, brother John? Brother John...” I sang this song as a child; it’s one of the oldest songs I remember singing at school. One morning in January, as my husband and I wandered up to the gates of the kindergarten in Cotonou, Benin on the campus of the Bible Training Center, I heard this familiar song.
A Trip To Benin by Richard England
February 2022 — Recently, Barbara and I had the opportunity to visit the school in Benin. While there are still many hurdles to international travel due to the pandemic, the visit was more than worth it. The students, faculty, administration and families of all continue to dedicate themselves to preparing for greater work in the kingdom of God.
Report from the Director of BTC
December 2021 — We are thankful to God for watching over us during the vacation and for bringing us back to BTC (Bible Training Center). All the students and teachers are back. We started this academic year for 2021 and 2022 on the 4th of October. We have had a very good beginning.
Greetings from The Bible Training Center
August 2021 — I was born March 15, 1962, at Amou-Oblo in Togo of Muslim parents. I attended primary, secondary and high schools in Togo. After attending the Nigerian Christian Bible College, I worked with the church in Ilorin Kwara State from 1987 to early 1991 and moved to Lomé in Togo. From Lomé, I moved to a town called Tsevie in January 1995.
News from the U.S.
June 2021 - In order to continue the work in Africa among the French speaking nations, there is the need for the support of Christians in other parts of the world. FACE has been blessed through the years with partners who have supported the efforts. While the primary focus has been in Benin, the reality is the influence has extended to more than eleven French speaking countries in West Africa.