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Hey friends! So back in April I received a training at bethel about how to be a good language teacher. And, as I need some money to support myself and to keep pioneering, I was wondering if someone would be interested in learning Spanish or Haitian Creole to eventually move and help in those language fields. Please, if you are able to do so, I would like to learn, don't hesitate on sending me a private message. I would highly appreciate that.

With warm Christian love!

Juan :)

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Wow, Juan, I'd love to learn Spanish but i live in Indiana, U.S. Have many immigrants moving in from Mexico here. I will pray that Jehovah blesses your efforts to help others in these fields.!

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If anyone can learn Spanish, it'll be a huge asset. Not only for communication purposes, but for the advancement of the organization. The Spanish congregation is one of the largest, if not the largest, language group forming part of Jehovah's organization and brothers are needed to serve as elders and servants since so many immigrants are coming to the US and learning the truth here. Since they can't be elders or servants due to their citizenship status, there is a huge need for men to serve. There are congregations that have more than 140 publishers and only 3-4 elders and 2-3 servants. New congregations need to be formed but there are not enough elders and servants to form new congregations. I warmly encourage all to consider the Spanish language field in the US. You would be surprised how much need there is.

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Mike, are you part of a Spanish congregation? That is exciting to hear of such growth. We are seeing a larger population of immigrants in Indiana that speak Spanish.

Yes, I am. There are congregations that have divided three times in less than 5 years because of the growth here in the US.

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I thank you all for commenting on this thread. Here are some details about the class. ITS AN ONLINE CLASS. ON SKYPE, I COULD TAKE 30 mins (minimum) or 1 and a half hour (max). Every session is 5$ (you could tell me if you think is too much). I'm preparing the material already, so if you want I'll be able to start in August, by the way I would be teaching you Theocratic Spanish. There are some exams and little tests too, and conversational practice with random people I'll bring to the class. I'm preparing a schedule based on 20/21 sessions. Keep asking if you are interested. And pvt me!

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  • 2 weeks later...

Buenas Dias Juan,

 

   How is  the search going for students for Spanish or Haitian Creole. ( By the way, how many people

actually speak Haitian Creole ? ) Have you actually started a class yet ? I will keep you in the loop if

my circumstance change that will permit me to start classes. One thing I didn't ask you is what technical

equipment do I need for the class. I think I have it already, but I would appreciate a confirmation from

you. Hasta La Vista ( still not sure of the spelling ) Su hermano,

 

                                                                                                                                            Miguel

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Funny you mentioned BOTH Spanish and Haitian Creole, because those are the two non-English congregations at my kingdom hall in Jensen Beach, FL! Anyway, I'd love to learn Spanish, and currently am, through school and with personal learning, and would love to attend a Spanish language cong regularly. I'm also learning Mandarin Chinese, as I would love more than anything to serve where the need is greater in that language. My mother has interests in learning French/Haitian Creole, since she took French years ago and recently discovered she still recognized a few French words in Creole when going out with that cong one day. So she's really interested now.

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