“One of the outcomes of the increasing use of the NLBI curriculum is that churches and government institutions (Police, Prisons, and the Army) are becoming more and more aware of the necessity of incorporating NLBI curriculum in their educational systems,” reported NLBI Certified Trainer Bary Phiri after providing training to several leaders in Malawi.
Mision para Cristo, a 20-year mission work in Nicaragua led by Benny and Donna Baker, invited NLBI to train a diverse group of people how to use the NewLife Behavior lessons and Responsive Teaching Method.
Four people from government programs working with ‘at risk youth’ attended an NLBI seminar in Jinotega, Nicaragua. They were counselors and parole officers.
“Mision para Cristo works closely with a federal judge who want to use NLBI lessons to encourage juvenile offenders to change their behavior,” reported NLBI Master Trainer Lyndah Drum.
86 people involved in outreach in all 4 of the correctional facilities in Lusaka, Zambia, were taught NLBI lessons by Barry Phiri and Ephraim Phiri on Jan 18-20.
"TRUE FREEDOM" was the theme of the NLBI Prison Annual Lectureship in Nigeria, where 56 prisoners were baptized.
NLBI Trainer Friday Adima worked with International Health Care Foundation and Nigerian Christian Hospital to provide a mobile clinic for the inmates as well. Toiletries, clothes, rubber slippers and 20 sachets of water were given to those who attended the lectureship. Thanks to all who worked on this project! Special thanks to Tom Carr for his help!