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Mobilization Priorities for an Africa in Crisis (AUDIO)

Africa—a continent of contradictions. It's potentially one of the wealthiest continents but the majority of countries struggle with poverty, high unemployment, and disease. The Church there is growing tremendously, with some countries claiming to be 98 or 99 percent Christian, yet many countries lead on the corruption index. What kind of Christianity is this that does not produce transformation, responsible citizens, or disciples who are salt and light?

Listen as Victor Nakah, MTW's international director for sub-Saharan Africa, talks about this crisis and how we can mobilize poeple to go and offer a credible response—through church planting, business as mission, student ministry, and mercy and justice outreach. 

This seminar was recorded live at the 2017 PCA Global Missions Conference in Dallas. 


Staff, Addis Ababa Adoany Cape Town Kampala Ethiopia Madagascar South Africa Uganda Zimbabwe Audio May 1, 2018
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