Sub-Saharan Francophone Campus Discipleship

North Africa is generally Muslim and an unreached area, but ministry opportunities among students are opening up. The vision is to raise up students to become effective cross-cultural witnesses of Christ on their campuses. 


Stories about this Ministry

Regie’s remarkable journey: From bleak childhood to global mission

In the midst of a harsh childhood, Regie Wang encountered God's love – now she inspires the Church to do missions.

How can churches financially support their missionaries?

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

Gospel hope transforms lives of addicted couple

Our partners in Mongolia are doing some astonishing gospel work among people with addictions, helping them out of their dependencies and into a living relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a first-person account of how one woman's life has been transformed.

Check out the new hopeforlife.net website

SIM’s Hope for Life ministry just launched a new website – hopeforlife.net. Check it out to see how they're ministering to HIV-affected communities.

Restore hope to the vulnerable

The Children’s Uplift Program (CUP) and the Girls off the Streets Fund extend hope to vulnerable women.

Called back home

Servio and his family obeyed when God sent them home to plant a church in the remote Loja province.

Evangelism: The foundation of missions

Dr. Stanley Ling shares his thoughts on evangelism and its role in mission work.

Changing the world starts with one camper

God can use a single camper to transform an entire village for His fame — we've witnessed it.

Hindu World Prayer Guide: Reaching out through prayer

As many Hindus celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, Christians will be praying that the True Light will be made known amongst them.

The Hassaniya people of the Kayes region of Mali

Imagine you were one of the only believers among your people. Your friends, neighbors and loved ones knew nothing of the forgiveness, salvation and beautiful promises of Jesus. How would you feel? This is the reality for Oumar*, a Hassaniya brother in Christ from Mali whose prayers have gone before the Lord for his people for many years.

Going to stay: Demystifying the lives of missionary mothers

Are stay-at-home missionary moms really “missionaries”? Does their sometimes exhausting work on behalf of their families negate their role in building the Kingdom of God?

What if God calls you to be an architect?

Our professional callings are pre-ordained to be spheres of service to God.

Equipped and edified

Daniel started this course for young leaders with little expectations. But, on top of the ministry focused training, it turned out to be a life-changing personal experience.

“The mountains have burst”: Zimbabwe under Cyclone Idai

When the floods came to Chimanimani, it was as if the mountains exploded "The people said, ‘the mountains have burst,’” said SIM Zimbabwe Director Caiphas Ngarivhume

Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique

Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. SIM’s Disaster Relief Fund is being mobilised to help survivors.

SIM relief aid response heads to Mozambique flood zone

Relief supplies from SIM and its partners are on their way to help flood victims in southern Mozambique. They should arrive before the end of March.

SIM missionary forerunner called home

It is fitting that Andrew finished his missionary career in a similar fashion to how he began it, as a pioneer of new ministry ventures for SIM, empowering people to serve in those least-reached places of the world where people are living and dying without knowing Christ.

Loving our neighbours at a cost

Crossing cultural barriers to demonstrate concern for minorities in China

Launching the project “Let's Mobilise His Church” in Spanish

Mobilisation is not just about sending missionaries, but also about encouraging all the people of God to participate in the mission of God.

Multiplying help for the brokenhearted

God wants to heal the brokenhearted. Read more about the local facilitators who were trained to support wounded people and to teach others with the "Healing the Wounds of Trauma" program

Regie’s remarkable journey: From bleak childhood to global mission

In the midst of a harsh childhood, Regie Wang encountered God's love – now she inspires the Church to do missions.

How can churches financially support their missionaries?

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

Gospel hope transforms lives of addicted couple

Our partners in Mongolia are doing some astonishing gospel work among people with addictions, helping them out of their dependencies and into a living relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a first-person account of how one woman's life has been transformed.

Check out the new hopeforlife.net website

SIM’s Hope for Life ministry just launched a new website – hopeforlife.net. Check it out to see how they're ministering to HIV-affected communities.

Restore hope to the vulnerable

The Children’s Uplift Program (CUP) and the Girls off the Streets Fund extend hope to vulnerable women.

Called back home

Servio y su familia obedecieron cuando Dios los envió a su pueblo natal para plantar una iglesia en la provincia de Loja.

Evangelism: The foundation of missions

Dr. Stanley Ling shares his thoughts on evangelism and its role in mission work.

Changing the world starts with one camper

God can use a single camper to transform an entire village for His fame — we've witnessed it.

Hindu World Prayer Guide: Reaching out through prayer

As many Hindus celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, Christians will be praying that the True Light will be made known amongst them.

The Hassaniya people of the Kayes region of Mali

Imagine you were one of the only believers among your people. Your friends, neighbors and loved ones knew nothing of the forgiveness, salvation and beautiful promises of Jesus. How would you feel? This is the reality for Oumar*, a Hassaniya brother in Christ from Mali whose prayers have gone before the Lord for his people for many years.

Going to stay: Demystifying the lives of missionary mothers

Are stay-at-home missionary moms really “missionaries”? Does their sometimes exhausting work on behalf of their families negate their role in building the Kingdom of God?

What if God calls you to be an architect?

Our professional callings are pre-ordained to be spheres of service to God.

Equipped and edified

Daniel started this course for young leaders with little expectations. But, on top of the ministry focused training, it turned out to be a life-changing personal experience.

“The mountains have burst”: Zimbabwe under Cyclone Idai

When the floods came to Chimanimani, it was as if the mountains exploded "The people said, ‘the mountains have burst,’” said SIM Zimbabwe Director Caiphas Ngarivhume

Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique

Cyclone Idai has brought devastation to parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. SIM’s Disaster Relief Fund is being mobilised to help survivors.

SIM relief aid response heads to Mozambique flood zone

Relief supplies from SIM and its partners are on their way to help flood victims in southern Mozambique. They should arrive before the end of March.

SIM missionary forerunner called home

It is fitting that Andrew finished his missionary career in a similar fashion to how he began it, as a pioneer of new ministry ventures for SIM, empowering people to serve in those least-reached places of the world where people are living and dying without knowing Christ.

Loving our neighbours at a cost

Crossing cultural barriers to demonstrate concern for minorities in China

Launching the project “Let's Mobilise His Church” in Spanish

Mobilisation is not just about sending missionaries, but also about encouraging all the people of God to participate in the mission of God.

Multiplying help for the brokenhearted

God wants to heal the brokenhearted. Read more about the local facilitators who were trained to support wounded people and to teach others with the "Healing the Wounds of Trauma" program