East African Office

By faith we see East African mission-minded churches fully engaged in global outreach, sending their missionaries to join mission communities around the world. Our purpose is to serve East African churches as they participate in global missions.

The East African Office helps African churches mobilise, equip, train and send East African missionaries around the world to serve with SIM and its partner mission agencies in gospel ministry.

East African Office

By faith we see East African mission-minded churches fully engaged in global outreach, sending their missionaries to join mission communities around the world. Our purpose is to serve East African churches as they participate in global missions.

The East African Office helps African churches mobilise, equip, train and send East African missionaries around the world to serve with SIM and its partner mission agencies in gospel ministry.

Communities where Christ is least known

Fulani people groups

The Fulani population is made up of 40 million people in 20 West African countries. The East African Office has already sent out five missionary families to serve amongst the Fulani. At a recent conference held in Addis Ababa about the Fulani, eight more candidates expressed interest in such work.

 

Prayers

1

Pray for increased capacity for the East African Office to send and train missionaries.

2

Pray for more East African workers who are passionate for the gospel.

3

Pray for God to call Christian professionals from East African countries to serve Him globally.

4

Pray for young men and women to take decisive action in response to God’s leading for them to serve in missions.


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Can we give like the man who called his church to move beyond their pocket money to give their land and possessions?

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