God is amazingly opening doors for GFA World to expand ministry into Africa. Last year, leaders at a ministry base in Asia prayerfully sent the first missionaries to Africa.
Not only have many groups of people in Africa still not heard the Good News of Jesus, but millions of people in Africa lack access to basic needs, such as education and clean water. According to 2018 statistics from UNESCO, 32 million primary-school-age children in sub-Saharan Africa did not attend school—more than half of the global number of primary-school children out of school. At the current rate, four million girls in sub-Saharan Africa will never go to school.
Now, in Kigali, Rwanda, more than 70 children are receiving help through GFA World’s Child Sponsorship Program. GFA missionaries are also helping to provide food to people in Kigali, where already-impoverished people have struggled in the midst of COVID-19 lockdowns. In the coming years, they are praying to be able to establish a hospital, mobilize Sisters of Compassion to help the poor and needy, and start discipleship training for African brothers and sisters.
Thank you for joining with GFA missionaries through your prayers and support as we seek to share Christ’s love in Africa!