Welcome to Africa Mission & Beyond

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

Read current mission news! Browse mission history. Explore photo galleries featuring gospel and humanitarian work from countries around the world. These missionary efforts are made in the interest of the Church of God. May you be inspired and your vision broadened.

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Malawi Development Project— about 8 acres of the property has been planted with crops. The rainfall has been good and the maize (corn), beans and ground nuts (peanuts) are all thriving. The cassava is not faring so well and we believe that probably the ground is not the best for that crop.  ... See MoreSee Less

Malawi Development Project— about 8 acres of the property has been planted with crops. The rainfall has been good and the maize (corn), beans and ground nuts (peanuts) are all thriving. The cassava is not faring so well and we believe that probably the ground is not the best for that crop. Image attachmentImage attachment

Malawi Development Project— The caretakers house is nearing completion. A large component of the expense is transportation for supplies since this property is about a 50 minute drive from the city.  The building required $1000 worth of sand, but most of that cost was in transportation. We have also discovered to our chagrin that the electric lines laid across the road from the property are not yet live. It could be some time before the government completes them. 😀 So we will carry on...as the locals do. ... See MoreSee Less

Malawi Development Project— The caretakers house is nearing completion. A large component of the expense is transportation for supplies since this property is about a 50 minute drive from the city.  The building required $1000 worth of sand, but most of that cost was in transportation. We have also discovered to our chagrin that the electric lines laid across the road from the property are not yet live. It could be some time before the government completes them. 😀 So we will carry on...as the locals do.Image attachmentImage attachment

Thanking God for the many souls saved and baptized in a bush revival in Busia, Kenya. Bro. Peter Akweyona has been there in meeting. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanking God for the many souls saved and baptized in a bush revival in Busia, Kenya. Bro. Peter Akweyona has been there in meeting.Image attachmentImage attachment
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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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Update: Thank you for your prayers for the orphans. Charles and Leah were treated for pneumonia and malaria by IV drip rather than injection because of the danger of their blood pressure. Charles was able to be brought back to Huruma today to recover. Leah is still at the hospital and they hope she can be discharged tomorrow. Please keep them in your prayers.

Please pray for the orphans sick with malaria. Charles and Leah were taken unconscious to the hospital with what they believe is cerebral malaria. As Bro. Peter says, these are hard cases of malaria.
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Update: Thank you for your prayers for the orphans. Charles and Leah were treated for pneumonia and malaria by IV drip rather than injection because of the danger of their blood pressure. Charles was able to be brought back to Huruma today to recover. Leah is still at the hospital and they hope she can be discharged tomorrow. Please keep them in your prayers.

Please pray for the orphans sick with malaria. Charles and Leah were taken unconscious to the hospital with what they believe is cerebral malaria. As Bro. Peter says, these are hard cases of malaria.Image attachment

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Cerebral malaria goes to the brain and it is the worst strain of malaria. This is the kind my father died from. -René Smith

Thank you for your prayers for the orphans. Charles and Leah were treated for pneumonia and malaria by IV drip rather than injection because of the danger of their blood pressure. Charles was able to be brought back to Huruma today to recover. Leah is still at the hospital and they hope she can be discharged tomorrow. Please keep them in your prayers.

Praying for these precious children.

Oh no, so sorry and praying. Dear Jesus please heal.

Praying for them all.

Praying for them!

Praying!!! 🙏🙏

Praying!

So sad!

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23 orphans are
sick with malaria.
3 serious cases.
“Malaria is in every house.”
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Lord bless 🙏🏼

May the Lord bless!

Prayers🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

Praying for them all.

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Confine them to one house and stop the spread.. 🙏🙏

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Rainy season.
15 orphans with malaria.
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Is that more than normal? Seems like a lot.

Will pray for them.

So sorry to hear this.

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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.