Guinea is a majority Muslim nation. The Evangelical church has traditionally been small and concentrated among a few ethnic groups. Today we are seeing a wonderful wave of the Spirit happening in the Assemblies of God churches in Guinea. Under the leadership of Rev. Jonathan Ballah Leno, they are seeing significant church planting take place. In the last five years they have grown from 70 churches to 239. There is a great need to raise up pastors and church planters to disciple those coming to faith. The need is great! In order to accommodate the increasing number of students at the Kouriya Bible School, a three-story dorm is needed for a total of $350,000. Another need is scholarships for 10 pastors to obtain their bachelors degree. The cost is $5000 per scholarship for a total of $50,000.Read More »
We need $45,000 to supply students across the continent with library boxes giving them access to digital libraries vital to their education.
The main campus in Saltpond, Ghana is in desperate need of additional study space for the new influx of students.
As critical needs arise, Africa’s Hope is committed to providing computers to bible schools across the continent.
Africa’s Hope is committed to sponsoring strategic training seminars designed to empower bible school leaders from across the continent.
For every $5000 we receive we can drastically improve a bible school's library by increasing its holdings.
Africa’s Hope has a goal to give every Bible school student a Fire Bible in their heart language. To provide these Bibles, we need $40 per bible. This is an ongoing need.
Sagbiebou is a strategic training center In Northern Togo. This allows students to be close to the least reached groups in Togo. We’ll help build dorms and help supply solar power.
Africa’s Hope is committed to helping 1,500 students receive the complete set of the Discovery Series textbooks and student packets.
There is an urgent need in Kenya for fifty new teachers to train up to 5,000 pastors to plant new churches across the land of Kenya!
A scholarship of $600 will allow a student to be trained for one entire year of studies. Will you stand with us to see African women trained?
Malagasy is the official language of Madagascar with 18 million native speakers.
Africa's Hope can print and ship a Discovery Series textbook and supplemental resources for $5.00.