Stories of Impact
The Mombasa mission is our second mission of 2019 commencing 27 June and the team is currently busy in the preparation phase of mission.
We are delighted to welcome our new members to the Board! We are so excited to have them take African Enterprise into a continued season of growth through their strategic guidance and leadership.
Just in! We have a new African Harvest 2019 Autumn Edition as well as the May – July Prayer Diary! Like always, our latest edition of African Harvest is stock full of stories you don’t want to miss—including the upcoming Kenya and Rwanda missions, the latest work we’ve been doing in prisons, our latest aid and development projects and much more!
While in the West women’s rights have made great progress, in Africa, even the most basic of rights aren’t available for women in many tribes and communities.
According to World Health Program (WHO, 2013) poor sanitation contributes to about 700,000 child deaths from diarrhoea each year. Sanitation is so important, the United Nations recognised it in their Millennium Goals, setting a number of targets for communities around the world.
Going on a ‘mission’s trip’ has become a rite of passage for many Christians. Replacing traditional gap years or holidays to share Jesus with new people is enticing. Many travellers soon realise though, learning about other cultures and helping the church thrive globally, changes their own life in lasting ways.
We are looking back on 2018 with thanks to God as we celebrate yet another increase in our Gospel reach and the number of people who accepted Christ into their hearts. We hope that you will be encouraged by the 2018 Mission Summary which highlights some inspiring stories of our work throughout Africa.
AE Ghana in collaboration with AE International and the Church in Togo are hoping to reach 181,550 people with the gospel in Lome over a 3-year time span.
Education around the world is designed to empower our future leaders, and equip young people with the knowledge needed to be thoughtful contributors to society. Doing this well though goes beyond basic reading and writing skills, dealing with students’ moral compass, and personal self-belief.
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