Resourcing Christian Education International
Spencer and Tereza Steel serve at Beskydy Mountain Academy, located in the town of Frýdlant nad Ostravicí, as Student Life coordinators. This Christian high school’s academic level is very high, therefore, families choose to send their children there regardless of their religious background. The Steel’s ministry focuses on creating an environment where students have an opportunity to find and follow Jesus.
Contact Spencer and Terezaspencersteel11@gmail.com
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Over Thanksgiving, a team visited Spencer and Tereza to serve their ministry and the high school students. Here is a recap from one of the team members:
“During our time in Frydlant, we were blessed to witness the Steels’ ministry. We got a glimpse into their daily interactions with the students. Our team participated in class activities and helped host some events at the Steels’ home. During those events, we were able to have more intentional conversations. A few students shared their hardships, anxieties, and past hurts. We shared our stories and how we lean on the Lord through life’s burdens/hardships.
One of the many highlights came towards the end of the trip. There was one student that each of the team members had conversations with. She joined us for church and was very engaged. She asked questions during service and in preparation for the baptisms that were about to take place. As we watched the baptisms, she wanted to stand closer for a better view. As we stood watching, I teared up and so did she. We asked her thoughts on the service, and she relayed how moving it was for her. Many of us were able to have Kingdom conversations throughout the trip.
Please pray for the Steels. They are the ones who will be tending to the seeds that were sown. We are so thankful for the opportunity to be a small part in the student’s spiritual journey.”