I spoke at the chapel service for the Los Angeles Bible Training School tonight. It was my third time speaking at the schook, I think. It is a honor for me to be asked to minister the word at LABTS. First or all, I have the utmost respect and admiration for President Paul Felix. His kindness to me is a great encouragement. Likewise, Felix and LABTS zre doing a great work in our city, coming alongside of pastors and local churches to train men and women in the scriptures. George Hurtt, my associate pastor at MSMBC, is also one of professors at the school. He is teaching “How to Study the Bible” this semester. And several of our leaders and members have attended classes there over the past few years. I am not sure how well known this work is in our city, even though it has been around for quite some time now. But LABTS should be broadly known and supported generously. It was a joy to fellowship with the students again in worship and the study of the word. Please remember President Paul Felix and LABTS in your prayers.