From Rev. Joseph Randianasolo
Lutheran Institute of Managerial Enterprise (LIME), Madagascar
It is my pleasure and my joy to announce you that the windows are all repaired now. I am sending you some photos of the work. I deeply thank our Lord Jesus Christ for having given you as my Brother for the work in His Kingdom. I also deeply thank your team. May Jesus Christ bless you all and reward you all one hundred times! Praise be to Him! Joseph, your brother across the ocean.
Attached are several pictures of the windows being repaired.
Most of the windows were broken, including the frames. The Mid-South District was able to assist them with the renovations on the outside and inside, getting them computers for the students, and finding an internet supplier. Their college has now graduated their first class of students 16 in all.
Rev. Joseph Randianasolo, a pastor with the Lutheran Church in Madagascar, has an established relationship with the Mid-South District of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The District has helped with the Lutheran Institute of Managerial Enterprise (LIME) in Madagascar of the past four years directly. Prior to that time, there has been support for building churches, gaining transportation for the ministers, securing computers for teaching at LIME, securing internet access for the college students at LIME, helping with room renovation, and this most recent project to upgrade their building. LIME is an upper division education facility that teaches college level courses for Lutheran students that they may compete in a very limited job market, and become church workers for the Malagasy Lutheran Church.