Dear Pastors, Prayer Partners & Donors,Greetings in the Name of Jesus.
“In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.” John 16:33.
What a blessed promise – to know that amidst the chaos in the world today,
Our Savior hasovercome the world.
Daily we are bombarded with newsflashes of wars, flooding, earthquakes,extreme events worldwide – countries in financial crisis – humanitarian outreaches to refugees inmany different countries, is becoming a common sight on the news. It doesn’t seem to phase thepublic as it used to … because we have
to seeing and hearing all these horribleevents,
and it is ongoing.
One thing is certain,
that we are living in the end times.
The Bible speaksof this, in John 16:33, we
have the assurance
that although we are in the world, and there will betribulation, we must be of good cheer, because
Jesus has overcome the world.
Jesus is coming soon – Hallelujah – Are we ready to meet Him? Our Mission vision, is to keepour eyes on Christ, continue to share this life saving message while we have time, with all who arehurting, and all who will hear the message in Africa.
“Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith.” Heb. 12:2a.
Christ for Africa Ministries prays, works, spreading Good News as Jesus did. We need topreach the Good News, but we also need to show God’s love through good deeds, confirmed by signs of God’s provision and power.HARVEST KITS:This month we have included our
Harvest Kit Brochure
to let you know
what your gift of $300.00 for one Harvest Kit is made up of:
In the past, the hearts of our prayer partners have beentouched to be able to send a Harvest Kit like this, to a graduating Bible School Student, to help them asthey begin their ministry to win souls to Christ, disciple and baptize the new converts, and work hardto plant their
in the area they go to minister in.After graduation, CFAM supports each 3
year graduate, for 1 year at $50.00 per month, tohelp them. After the first year in the field, when they have enough members for a church, they get ordained. This process continues from the time of their conversion, through discipleship training,getting selected to attend Bible School for 3 years, thereafter working for 1 more year to plant achurch with new converts, taking almost 6 years, and
then only are they ordained in the Ministry.
Their dedication pays great dividends,
we are so proud of these young people,
because they havepersevered to obtain their ordination. They are very committed to the ministry, and have learnedwell
how to trust God by faith to supply all their needs.
Their focus then, is to build a pole – barn church, mainly from wood cut from trees in thearea, elephant grass for the roof, and walls sealed with mud and cow manure, to strengthen andwaterproof the building….
young pastor gets married, he will build a small house in thesame manner. The new converts are always eager to help with construction, and are happy that theyhave a place of worship, their own pastor to pray/encourage them, to join in discipleship training.A Soul winner/Street Evangelist will witness to
three or four people a day
. Approximately 10 –20 people a week will accept Christ as their Savior/baptized/discipled and become part of the localassembly … adding to the
set apart body
Please Help us Equip Native Missionaries … Let’s providethe Tools They so Desperately Need …