Our Current Praise & Needs

Fall 2019

Praise

Our staff has been very blessed and continues to praise the Lord for the work He has given to us. Here are some of our recent praises.

  1. In September, the TorahResource Teaching Team had a successful visit to Ontario, Canada where they taught on various topics over a 3-day period. These teachings will be made accessible soon. Stay tuned!
  2. The 2019 Fall Quarter enrollment at TorahResource Institute is the 2nd largest student body that we’ve had since we began in 2011. This has been an answer to prayer and a confirmation on the vision for this online school.
  3. Over the Summer months our financial support usually decreases substantially, but by God’s grace, we were blessed but, we continue to look to Him for our provisions and needs.

Prayers and Needs

Our ministry truly believes that the Almighty has given us the work we are doing so we trust in Him to fulfill all our needs. Below are a few needs that we ask you to be in prayer for with us.

  1. We pray that all of our students are able to be keep up with their class work and that they don’t get overwhelmed. Time management and a good support team are key components when pursuing a higher education degree while trying raise a family and/or work another occupation.
  2. We are in need of a new computer for one of our staff members. A good computer is a vital tool in teaching online classes. We are praying for the finances to cover the cost of this much needed piece of equipment.
  3. We are gearing up for the ETS and SBL Annual Meetings in San Diego, California in November. We are praying for the funds to cover our airfare and lodging accommodations.

As always, every project that we put our hands to takes time and money to accomplish. We trust the Lord to sustain us, as He always has, and we are grateful for your prayer and financial support.

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“Be anxious for nothing,
but in everything by
prayer and supplication
with thanksgiving
let your requests be
made known to God.”

– Philippians 4:6, NASB