Stories of Impact
Marg and John Docking are former interns of African Enterprise’s Nile Vocational Institute in Uganda during 2009-2010 and they continue to make a significant ministry impact in Africa.
Over a million children in Ghana, ages 5-15 live on the street and are involved in such things as robbery, prostitution and drug addiction. Living on the street excludes these children from basic human rights such as safe family environments and protection against exploitation.
Over the years I have been familiar with many mission organisations. With African Enterprise I think every dollar given towards evangelism is an incredible investment as I know of no other organisation that could reach more than a million people each year and have well over 100,000 first time commitments to Jesus as such a low cost.
African Enterprise’s Founder, Michael Cassidy’s memoirs have arrived!
It is with thankfulness to God that we bring you news of the Huye City Mission in Rwanda in May. As usual God’s favour was seen throughout the mission.
“If you equip the pastors, if you equip the evangelists, if you equip the servants of God then you are equipping the church of God in Rwanda, and changing the state of Rwanda.” – Emmanuel Mutebezi, Class President
No matter how the prisoners found themselves in the Meru GK Prison, African Enterprise (AE) is on a mission to offer them care and support.
Karuanda prison in the Huye district in the southern province of Rwanda is home to many accused of engaging in the genocide against the Tutsi’s in 1994.
The Mombasa mission is our second mission of 2019 commencing 27 June and the team is currently busy in the preparation phase of mission.
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