In their own words...
“We were busy, but with no priorities. Doing lots of ‘ministry’, but it was superficial. Nine years wasted. It was ‘Preach here! Evangelize there! Plant that church!’ We were all running around on our own. We were not reproducing ourselves. It was all we that we knew.
Then we got involved with Asian Access. We learned how to have a deep, love relationship with God. We learned how to spend time with God, to enjoy prayer, to just enjoy being with Jesus. We learned how we could serve God without our families having to be sacrificed.
We also learned how we could become colleagues and even deep friends with our fellow leaders. We learned that we could trust one another and collaborate rather than compete. And we learned how to prioritize, how to use our time well—how to discern God’s strategic will for our ministries. The results, in terms of fruitful ministry in our country, have been phenomenal.
I was so attracted to A2, I sponsored the first session myself.”
— A2 Alumnus from a restricted-access country