On Friday August 19th, Rain Forest International School (RFIS) celebrated God’s faithfulness over 20 years of educating students and in the building of the new campus. The new campus was dedicated and the Science facility was named for the beloved former teacher, Clem Endersby.
Attending were representatives of local and national government, the US embassy, the partner missions of RFIS, and some of those responsible for the building of the new campus.
Special mention was give to the first Director of RFIS,Vince Griffis, and his wife Susie. They were instrumental in developing the vision for the school and setting in motion the development of the new campus.
Also honored was Clem Endersby, who touched many, both in and out of the school community, with his love of learning, desire to serve God, and to enable the translation of the Bible into the heart languages of the people of Cameroon.
The afternoon was also marked by a presentation by the drama evagelism team, speeches and music as the community worshiped together.
God has been faithful and we look forward to seeing His works in the days to come.