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As an international ministry, Africa Mission & Beyond operates to fulfill the scriptural commission of Christ. Our burden and mission is to share the good news of the gospel and to show the love of God through humanitarian deeds of charity. Learn More

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We received the first Tamil language Gospel Truth in the mail today. We pray this will reach many hungry hearts. We thank the Lord for all the team of workers in different languages helping spread the...

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The gospel seeds of salvation, holiness, and the Church of God have been sown in the city of Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Our prayer is now that the seed will take root and bring forth fruit. Much truth was shared with a group of ministers of various educations and backgrounds. Some of the truth was new to the brethren, and it will take the Holy Spirit to give vision and obedience in the practical application of the Word.

The series of services concluded Sunday morning with the anointing of the Holy Spirit giving an appeal for souls to make an informed, measured decision to love God with all of their hearts. People sought the Lord for spiritual and physical needs in previous services but casual seeking was discouraged Sunday in the call for even just one person to fully follow the Lord in holiness regardless of sacrifice and opposition from friends and family. To a quiet and solemn crowd, 10 adults stepped forward to pour out their alabaster box to the Lord Jesus. The brethren from DRC hope for this to be the beginning of the spread of truth in French-speaking Africa.

While we don't know what the future holds, we do know that God desires to see the kingdom spread in the DRC in power and anointing. Please join our brothers and sisters of this land in prayer that all strongholds of the enemy will be defeated and that the light of holiness and truth might shine brighter and brighter.

Lord willing, Bro. Michael will fly to Kenya tomorrow where he will continue ministering in different outreaches and congregations.
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The gospel seeds of salvation, holiness, and the Church of God have been sown in the city of Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Our prayer is now that the seed will take root and bring forth fruit. Much truth was shared with a group of ministers of various educations and backgrounds. Some of the truth was new to the brethren, and it will take the Holy Spirit to give vision and obedience in the practical application of the Word.

The series of services concluded Sunday morning with the anointing of the Holy Spirit giving an appeal for souls to make an informed, measured decision to love God with all of their hearts. People sought the Lord for spiritual and physical needs in previous services but casual seeking was discouraged Sunday in the call for even just one person to fully follow the Lord in holiness regardless of sacrifice and opposition from friends and family. To a quiet and solemn crowd, 10 adults stepped forward to pour out their alabaster box to the Lord Jesus. The brethren from DRC hope for this to be the beginning of the spread of truth in French-speaking Africa. 

While we dont know what the future holds, we do know that God desires to see the kingdom spread in the DRC in power and anointing. Please join our brothers and sisters of this land in prayer that all strongholds of the enemy will be defeated and that the light of holiness and truth might shine brighter and brighter.

Lord willing, Bro. Michael will fly to Kenya tomorrow where he will continue ministering in different outreaches and congregations.

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Jan WoodTHANK YOU for the WONDERFUL report!! Praying for the Lord to further Bless All souls who were present!!!! Praying for your vusit to Kenya,Bro. Michael!!!

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Jan WoodBEAUTIFUL photo!!!

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The Huruma Orphanage is in much need of new classrooms for the primary school. Huruma Dolor Primary Academy is one of the best schools in the district. It serves not only the orphans but over 300 other children in the community.

The current classrooms are old and very dark. The government is pressuring them to rebuild. As funds are made available, construction will commence. Donate

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The crops were stricken by drought and the immature corn dried on the stalk. The silver lining is that with the new maize grinder that doesn't forfeit part of the harvest to pay for having it ground. ... See MoreSee Less

The crops were stricken by drought and the immature corn dried on the stalk. The silver lining is that with the new maize grinder that doesnt forfeit part of the harvest to pay for having it ground.

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Jan WoodTHANK the Lord!!

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Huruma Dolor Orphanage added 3 new photos.

There has been no rain since our last trip and the maize crop dried prematurely on the stalk. These are the same fields that usually produce bumper crops. There is widespread drought in Kenya as a result. This also creates difficulty for the orphanage because they have to spend more on food for day to day sustenance.
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There has been no rain since our last trip and the maize crop dried prematurely on the stalk. These are the same fields that usually produce bumper crops. There is widespread drought in Kenya as a result. This also creates difficulty for the orphanage because they have to spend more on food for day to day sustenance.

Lisa Carver KellySo many reverses!

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Larry N Peggy Wittenbornwill pray for rain should we start processes of $ to them

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The upper story has been completed for the older girls to have their own dorm. It is going to be so good for them to get out of the open temporary mud structure building they were in. The government required that they be separated from the younger girls so that was where they were staying. They got malaria much more in there and it was not secure so that they even had snakes and other animals coming in. Thankful this has been completed for them. ... See MoreSee Less

The upper story has been completed for the older girls to have their own dorm. It is going to be so good for them to get out of the open temporary mud structure building they were in. The government required that they be separated from the younger girls so that was where they were staying. They got malaria much more in there and it was not secure so that they even had snakes and other animals coming in. Thankful this has been completed for them.

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Jan WoodTHANK GOD!!!!

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Pray for the gospel efforts on the mission field.

Pray that people would hear and receive the good news of the gospel. Intercede for people bound in sin and in religious confusion. Support the poor and the fatherless.