|Educational Assistance is a mission opportunity for graduates who have used the A.C.E. curriculum or adults who are very familiar with the A.C.E. system. It is a unique experience to encounter the mission field first hand and see God work in one’s life and the lives being served. A person has two tools most helpful to them in the Learning Center when they graduate from a school using the A.C.E. program: a fluency speaking the English language and knowledge of the procedures and methods of the Learning Center. Read what others learned through the Educational Assistance experience.
No matter where I am, God has a purpose for me to fulfill.~~England
My plans were to serve, and God directed me to be a blessing to others in need.~~Spain
I have been molded and stretched to do things I wouldn’t have expected. I am being molded by the Potter to be the person He wants me to become.~~Peru
I am learning how to give all of myself to serve others. I am learning to carry my cross and follow Him.~~Dominican Republic
Outstanding and memorable moments are praying for children to come to know the Lord and sharing my faith with others around me.~~ Russia
The Lord showed me things I would have never thought about. The best thing is being able to spend time with children from an orphanage and loving them.~~Haiti
I have seen God’s miracles and have grown in Jesus. He has broadened my sight and enlarged my heart.~~ South Korea
Trust God; He will guide and protect. Be willing to change because if you live in another culture, things will be different.~~China
God is always there and ready to give me strength the instant I ask. Speaking English and using the A.C.E. curriculum are great tools to serve God anywhere! ~~Mexico
God showed His Fatherly, loving hand on my life. God’s provision of my needs made this aspect of God a living reality for me.~~Guam
I am learning to make God my closest friend! I am learning to trust Him with my future.~~Mexico
Encourage your students to become an Educational Assistant. Click here for more information.
Thank you for helping develop the character trait of being concerned in the young people whose lives you influence.
Concerned—Bearing another’s burdens with great affection and admiration. Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. Galatians 6:2
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