Gospel alumnae search for bibles
7 April, 2018, 2:23 pm
Update: 2:23PM WHILE alumnae organisations are active nationwide at this time supporting high school sports, one is searching for the Holy Bible.
The Gospel Ex Scholars Association (GESA) is on a bible drive aimed at
resourcing the scripture department of its two primary schools and high school.
Speaking on behalf of GESA yesterday, Patiliai Leqa said the
Gospel Schools Bible drive was trying to raise 250 bibles.
Mr Leqa said the Gospel schools were established by the Brethren Church
to educate children as well as give them an opportunity to hear the Gospel of
Jesus Christ which is detailed in the bible.
“Much of our spiritual formation and discipline was instilled through
our Scripture lessons. The impact of our bible lessons have seen young people
soar in whatever fields of profession they undertook,” Mr Leqa said.
“For those who excelled academically and those who didn’t… the right
attitudes and character sown into our lives through Scripture lessons have made
up for the difference.
GESA’s class of 1991 hopes to raise enough money in April to buy bibles
at $11 each.
“Many exscholars attest to the impact these classes have had on their
lives which is the driving force behind all their accomplishments,” Mr Leqa
“Our school motto “Thy Word is truth” speaks volumes of the
churches faith in the Word of God and its power to transform a person, a
community and a nation.”
Those who wish to donate to the Bible Drive can call Patiliai Leqa on
7175141 or Mosese Qasenivalu on 9467132.