Blayne and Angie Waltrip, associate missionaries, are also involved in teaching and training the nations for the global harvest.

Recent conferences took them to Switzerland and Belgium, where Blayne spoke on Pentecost, Mission, and Revival, after which he ministered in a new church plant in Luzern. Pastors in Brussels, Belgium, were trained on ministry to Muslims. Next year an outreach program is expected to be launched.

In cooperation with Dr. Fred Toke, the Asia Pacific School of Mission will be initiated this fall. The 10-week program is to train missionaries, especially those in Asia, in the context of the mission field. Students learn important missionary skills while staying in three countries, including Singapore, Indonesia, and Cambodia. Unreached People Groups represent 78 percent of the population in Asia!

Blayne continues to work with SEBIMA in Argentina, CTM in Brazil, and CEMK in Venezuela to train Latin American missionaries on how to plant churches in Europe, North America, and Asia-Pacific. In addition, he is still working with leaders in Australia and Ireland to begin schools of ministry that will train ministers in these countries.

In November, the Waltrips will be arriving in Australia with a small team for their national meetings. They are anticipating seeing what God is doing and His plans there for the future.

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