Rwanda: Where Horror and Hope Collide

2021-09-16T10:52:43+02:00September 28th, 2021|Categories: Church Planting, Rwanda, Stories from the field|

The worst chapter of Rwandan history is well known – its darkest hour when one million precious lives were stolen in only 100 days. People fled to churches, schools and other places desperately seeking safety and security. But ultimately, it could not be provided for long. As churches were eventually overtaken, people were murdered between

In the Middle East and North Africa, Fellow Believers Are Suffering

2021-09-16T12:52:00+02:00September 16th, 2021|Categories: Egypt, Prayer, Stories from the field|

As a unified Body of Christ, when one part of ourselves is hurting, we all feel it. In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), fellow Christians are suffering. Pew Research Centre* reported that Christians experience more harassment than any other religion - in 145 of the 198 countries worldwide. Findings of Open Doors** tell

Reaching Out in Angola

2021-09-20T10:49:03+02:00September 2nd, 2021|Categories: Angola, Church Planting, Evangelism, Stories from the field|

Peter Kambulo is a church pastor from Chavuma, Zambia. He serves the Luvale people, who reside in the northwest of Zambia and the southeast of Angola. The Luvale traditionally recognise a sky god of creation, Kalunga, that has power over every other deity, as well as the mahamba, which are nature and ancestral spirits. Although

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