AIBI Prison Courses Beginning

Dear brethren, Hope and pray you and yours are doing well in Jesus. As probably some of you know, we (Dino Tzanetos and I) have been involved in a weekly prison ministry here in Athens for the last 13 years. Lately one of our AIBI 2011 graduates Reginald Anokwuru was arrested by the Emigration Police here in Greece for problems with his Greek permeation. He was in the same prison where we have our prison ministry. During his staying there he started a Bible Study class in his section with a large participation. We even brought song books to prison for use during these Bible Studies. Because of these events, an idea came to my mind. I discussed with Reginald and we decided to have Correspondence AIBI courses in the Prison and Reginald would be in charge inside for the study guides, give the tests to the attenders and bring me back the tests for grading and everything else involved in teaching process. Unfortunately, he was transferred two weeks ago to another prison out of Athens. Glory be to God, another prisoner Udeh Ugwu took his place and informed me today that the group had decided to continue without the presence of Reginald and Udeh will be in charge for the teaching process. They are bringing me next week a list with the names of the prisoners who desire to enrol in AIBI Prison Courses and if it is God's will we are starting Bible History (part one) two weeks from now. As I am stepping in "unknown waters" please keep this project in your prayers. Thank you for everything you are doing in Jesus. Love Beni Leka Dean of AIBI