Zimbabwe

Quick Stats: Location: Southern Africa Surface Area: 390,757 kilometres2 Population: 15.6 million Major Cities: Harare 1.6 million, Bulawayo 1.2 million, Chitungwiza 365,026, Mutare 188,243, Epworth 152,116, Gweru 141,862, Kwekwe 100,900, Kadoma 77,749, Masvingo 72,527, Chinhoyi 63, 014.gugu 63,883 Major Languages: Shona, Ndebele, Chewa, Chibarwe, Kalanga, Koisan, Nambya, Ndau, Shangani, sign language, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, Venda, and Xhosa Colonial History: Under United Kingdom rule Official Language: English, Shona, Ndebele

Southern African Region (Zambia, Malawi & Zimbabwe) Regional Team Leader: Lutangu Lubasi

Dr Lubasi is a Christian minister of the Gospel and has been a Development Practitioner for many years. He is also a qualified Aircraft Engineer Lutangu committed his life to Christ in May 1981, while in high school. It was a decision that fundamentally turned him around and defined both the direction of his life and career. While Lutangu’s childhood ambition was flying, his new relationship with Christ created a new passion in him to win men and women to Christ and to nurture them to transform their families and communities.

 

 

Foxfires

Youth are the future of Africa, and it is essential that effective youth discipleship and empowerment programs are part of our mission strategy. The Foxfire Team is the youth arm of African Enterprise’s evangelistic and mission activities. Teams are made up of young people, with a passion for evangelism, who give a year of their lives to the service of the Kingdom. The year begins with two months of intensive training before they are released into ministry. Foxfires then visit schools, youth groups, churches, children’s homes and colleges in and around the cities in which they are based. Using energetic and exciting dance and drama programs to attract and connect with the youth, the Foxfires bring the Gospel message to young people and are able to speak to them as one young person to another.

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