“After your teaching many pastors confessed to me that they have never received such wonderful teaching. Pastors who were not fortunate to be part of that class requesting to be enrolled for the next class in March” Pastor Frank Komba Mani – First Baptist Church, Waterloo. Sierra Leone.
“It is a blessing to meet this beautiful ministry. After being here, the P2P ministry came to inspire my life with the purpose of developing our pastoral work, and above all, a biblical teaching oriented to the development of the good Christian theological life. This is a huge blessing for me.” Mario Rivas, Mision Bautista Josue. Zacatecoluca, El Salvador.
“I praise God for P2P because it has been a huge blessing for all of us. They have allow us to reach many people for the glory and honor of God.” Carlos Hernandez, Tabernacle Biblio Bautista Amigos de Israel. San Salvador, El Salvador.
“We have never heard teaching like this before.” Pastor John Kenny Sisay. Assemblies of God. Sierra Leone
“I feel grateful to the Lord for bringing me to P2P to know more of his Word and to feel more secure in what I am doing.” Gabriel Mendez, Pentecostal Pastor, LLopango, El Salvador.
“Nathan’s theology of God class was sad in a way as almost everything was new for these folks. I had teary eyes a couple times as the pastors shared things like they didn’t know that God was everywhere at the same time, or that God was outside of time. Some didn’t know that all three persons of the Trinity are fully and equally God. They didn’t realize that man was uniquely made in creation, and on and on. Things that a lot of Sunday school kids in the states already know about and for these PASTORS it was new! I don’t question their call but rather see it as yet another proof of the Lord’s using the willing with disregard to qualifications. I guess that should have been apparent when Jesus picked fishermen as His apostles.” Matt Zell, Equip Missionary in La Paz Honduras.
“Pastoral and leadership training here in America is like opening another restaurant – there’s one on virtually every corner. On the other hand, pastoral and leadership training throughout the developing world is like opening a lone food bank in the midst of starving people!” – John Piper
“It is unbearably hot and uncomfortable, the travel is brutal, I can’t sleep, and I don’t speak the language. I have never done anything more satisfying in my life.” Gary Bulley text to friend during very first teaching trip in El Salvador.
“It has been very difficult for many pastors to find a place where they can prepare theologically. The P2P ministry has been a blessing to our city. I find myself in a better way in the work of the ministry. They provide the tools to facilitate ministry work.” Pastor Vitelio Coreas, El Buen Camino Evangelical Church. Usulután, El Salvador.
“The materials are excellent and very well presented, and I thank God for allowing me to be part of the P2P ministry.” Pastor David Pacheco, Church Principice de Paz. Usulután, El Salvador.