Click here for Haddington House Newsletter #29 December 2016
Greetings as another year draws to a close. We are thankful to have this opportunity to give an update from Haddington House and you will no doubt notice a theme in this issue of our newsletter. We have decided to concentrate on the theme of library development for theological education and training – one of the four aspects of our ministry. Books may not audibly speak, but they actually do speak! Libraries may be quiet places, but they are places where lives are transformed.
However, before we go to the theme of library work, we would like to give thanks to the Lord for the work of Christina Lehmann on the occasion of her retirement from Haddington House.
Dr. Jack Whytock, Director
18 young people wrapping boxes of books for Uganda at Haddington House in Charlottetown – the “Charlottetown collection depot” for this major project. Another collection depot has been set up in Halifax.
Haddington House is co-ordinating a shipping container of theological educational books for East and Central Africa. Literally thousands of theological books and Bibles will be shipped to help strengthen theological training in these regions of Africa. We are very excited about this major project! Sound theological educational materials can be dropped off at Haddington House over the next week. Also, please contact us if you would rather drop off books in Halifax.
The first installment of ESV Reformation Study Bibles has been obtained for students and pastors in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa. What a tremendous thing to see ministries and Christians working together to make this possible!