One of our WEI Internet teachers taught Abu Conteh, a young Muslim street vendor in Freetown, Sierra Leone. When Abu came to faith and asked to be baptized, his teacher contacted Charles Mungu, a former WEI student, and Charles baptized Abu into Christ. He then taught him the rest of the WEI courses. When Charles…
A WEI Internet teacher from Minnesota rejoices when her former student in Sierra Leon bears fruit by using WEI materials in his outreach ministry. For example, Johnny Karma is a retired senior lab technician in the geology department at the University of Sierra Leone. While working at the university, Johnny established a school for poor…
Chuck and Cathy Gusek of Hanceville, Alabama, have been WEI postal teachers since 2009. Currently, they are working closely with Joseph Kaipumoh in Bo, Sierra Leone. They just received the following email from Joseph.
Charles Mungu and Abu Conteh, both WEI graduates, continue to work together to evangelize the village of Makondoh where a new congregation was begun in April, 2021.
Dale Ogren has been a WEI teacher since 2014. She says, “I have truly enjoyed this work and feel I have grown.”
Joseph Hindolo Moses Kaipumoh, a resident of Bo, Sierra Leone, started working …
Jonny Kamara, a former Internet student of Dale Ogren, is now teaching WEI courses to students in Sierra Leone.
Sister Dale Ogren has an Internet student named Johnny Kamara in Freetown, Sierra Leone who has completed all twenty-four WEI books.
Charles Mungu, a national preacher and volunteer WEI teacher in Freetown, Sierra Leone, continues to lead people to Christ.
Brother Charles Mungu, a national preacher in Sierra Leone West Africa, has been teaching classes of WEI students for more than a year.
Several months ago, Charles Yambasu Mungu, a national preacher in Sierra Leone wrote saying, “I am currently a WEI student. I am a member of the
WEI teacher, Katheryn Haddad, has been teaching this young Muslim social worker in West Africa for three years. She calls him “Aaron.”
Chuck and Cathy Gusek of Hanceville, Alabama have been teaching WEI postal students in Sierra Leone for several years.