Please pray for Guide, AE Zimbabwe Team Leader and all those currently struggling in Zimbabwe.
The AE Malawi Lilongwe South Mission for Jesus concluded this week with many new souls added to the Kingdom. Last year, the team reached the Lilongwe North neighbourhoods and the local churches were so energised by the events that our team saw the opportunity to partner with the Southern districts as well.
The Lilongwe South Mission is reaching into some of the most needy and desperate places in Lilongwe!
The Akuapem Mission concluded last week with approximately 170,000 people being exposed to the Gospel of Christ! Praise God! We are rejoicing and looking forward to hearing more and more stories of lives changed as the local church begins to follow up with new believers.
Euphrasie is a 44 year old woman who lives with her husband in Kabarondo, Rwanda. Their household was counted among the most vulnerable and they were selected to be beneficiaries of the Girinka program, a government program that aims to reduce extreme poverty in rural areas of Rwanda by providing each poor family with a cow.
Hundreds of outreaches took place in September in the Rubaga district of Kampala. From free medical camps to door to door evangelism to leadership outreach dinners, the city was truly saturated with the Gospel from top to bottom.
At African Enterprise we depend on hundreds of volunteers to help bring the gospel to thousands in Africa each year. From mission volunteers who are on the ground in Africa to ambassadors on every continent to AE office volunteers, every person is an integral part of what God is accomplishing through African Enterprise.
Door to Door ministry is a powerful tool in reaching the community. Ministers come to a neighbourhood and go house by house preaching the Gospel. In poor communities like this, most people know each other and the Gospel spreads quickly throughout the entire community, even those missed by the evangelists.
This story was from our Kampala mission 21-20 September 2018. “ What I have, they need it!” – Pastor Rebecca Katongole “Mission is a shared responsibility, not pastors alone. It is not the work of AEE alone or the missions committee. Whilst I can do something about it as an individual, and so can individual brothers and sisters, we can do much better together.” – Rev Paul Ssembiro
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