Emily Schull, ABI graduating class of 2014, spent six months following her graduation in the country of Jordan. She worked closely with a fellow Associate in Missions while the missionaries to Jordan were on furlough. On April 3rd of this year, Emily returned to Jordan to help continue the work there. During her six months in Jordan, Emily will focus most of her efforts on helping to develop a Sunday School department. She will also plan a children’s service for a national conference later this month and work to host two Vacation Bible Schools for the summer (one in English and one in Arabic). “ABI helped me prepare so much to be able to jump in and do things – from small things like how to use a puppet to big things like how to teach on prayer or how to give communion. “ Emily attended Apostolic Bible Institute from 2010 to 2014, where she graduated at the top of her class. “I don’t know if I would be where I am if I hadn’t gone to Bible School. Thank you for keeping ABI going so young people have a place to train for ministry and find their calling. I pray God blesses Apostolic Bible Institute and Church for its generosity!” ABI is proud to support our missionaries! May God richly bless Emily’s time in Jordan.