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Teaching in South America

by Bryant Evans on May 28, 2018

I just returned from a trip to Lethem, Guyana and the Guyana Christian University. What a blessing to visit these good people and have both students and community visitors in my classes. For those who do not know, Lethem is located in western Guyana along the border with Brazil. It is south of the almost […]

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From the Savannah

by Bryant Evans on June 5, 2011

10 new preachers will soon been working throughout Guyana. The graduation at Guyana Christian University is next month but the students completed the last of their coursework Friday morning in Lethem. It was my privilege to teach these students on three occasions. John Langham knows the students from many campaigns and from classes he taught […]

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Women sew for Guyana children

by Bryant Evans on February 4, 2010

Here’s a great story I think you will enjoy reading about the work in Guyana. It’s from BrotherhoodNews.com. Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at Preacher's Study Blog. Contact Bryant directly by email at [email protected]

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Amerindian Missions in Guyana

by Bryant Evans on September 19, 2009

We are pleased to add amerindianmissions.com to our blogroll. Jerry Davidson of the Summerdale church of Christ is the primary missionary and coordinator of mission efforts among the Amerindian people of Guyana. Their website is maintained by Chuck Smothers, a member at Eastern Shore. Amerindian Missions and Guyana Christian University work in total union with […]

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Auntie Rosie

by Bryant Evans on August 5, 2009

What follows is an email from brother H.M., a native preacher in Guyana. This is a true story of a fine Christian lady who shows enough dedication to put many younger people to shame. You will be encouraged by reading it. Aunty Rosie, a Christian, has stopped attending when the doors of the Canal 1 Church […]

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