The Sagbiebou project is a partnership between AGWM Africa/Africa’s Hope and the Togo Assemblies of God church. In 2006 the Togo Assemblies of God made a critical decision to start a new Bible School in the north of Togo. Their heart was to see the least reached of their country find Christ. Since the launching of this school, many new churches have been planted among these people groups. Today that school is at capacity they need additional dorms to receive more students who are waiting to be trained. They need three additional dorms, allowing them to receive up to 40 new students. Along with the dorms we would like to strengthen their infrastructure with additional solar power for the campus. This will allow students to have a light in their rooms at night and also lights in the library and classrooms. Lights for the campus, but more importantly, light for the least-reached peoples of Togo.Read More »
The new Bible school campus in the capital city of Lusaka is in urgent need of assistance so that more students can attend quality training programs.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
The DRC Project will provide needed scholarships, funding for campus development at the Lubumbashi Bible school, and the translation of the Discovery Series into Lingala.
Africa's Hope can print and ship a Discovery Series textbook and supplemental resources for $5.00.
The AudioDisciple is a portable audio device designed to help disciple Africans who cannot read, the visually impaired, and those from oral cultures with low literacy rates.
There are eleven AG Bible schools with 6,200 diploma-level students in Nigeria. We are committed to providing an additional $15,000 in scholarship assistance.
Malagasy is the official language of Madagascar with 18 million native speakers.