Sharing the Gospel through Education in Africa
This year more than 1,800,000 children should finish primary school in Tanzania and Malawi. Less than a third of them will be selected by their governments to get to go on to secondary school. Most of the rest of them will never again get the chance to go to school.
Unless as Christian people we decide to do something.
We send missionary teachers to small villages in Africa to get so involved in the lives of their students that sharing the Gospel is the natural result of loving them. Our first school was built in early 2005 in just 70 days, inspiring a movement that today involves people from 193 villages in Tanzania and 46 villages in Malawi working together to build schools for their children. Twenty-nine schools are already open, five others are under construction, and just over 8300 students are enrolled who otherwise would never have had a chance to go to school. Learn more about what's happening.