The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has over 80 million people and over 200 ethnic groups. Lingala is the second-most widely spoken African language in DRC. A critical component of training the next generation of emerging African leaders is scholarships. A partial scholarship will allow students to get the training they need, even if they have limited resources. On average, $600 will cover the tuition costs of one student for one year of study. Lubumbashi is the second-largest city in DRC; It is a critical hub for training in the southern part of the country. We need additional buildings to expand the program. Your investment will allow us to build a chapel and conference center, allowing this school to increase its reach. Over 14 million Congolese speak Lingala. Several hundred Bible school students are studying at the diploma level in Lingala. Translating the Discovery Series into Lingala will equip these students with powerful tools, helping them while at school and while planting new churches.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.
There are eleven schools and 6,200 students and we, at Africa's hope, are committed to provide an additional $15,000 in scholarship assistance.
Africa's Hope can print and ship a Discovery Series textbook and supplemental resources for $5.00.
Theological libraries are critical to successfully equip men and women for gospel ministry.