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Kabwata Baptist Church 2017 Intern Testimonies

Posted September 12, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Last month I had the privilege of meeting this year’s pastoral interns at Kabwata Baptist Church. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, HeartCry supports the internship program of KBC as a vital means of finding and preparing the next generation of biblical pastors in Africa. It is amazing how the internship program is reaching nations across the continent. The group I met represented Botswana, Nigeria, South Sudan, and Zambia. In recent years, men have also come from Kenya, South Africa... Keep Reading

Pastor Training and Church-Plant Plans in Kenya

Posted September 5, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

n.ogallo_profileIn this update, Pastor Naphtally shares about a pastor-training conference their church hosted, as well as plans to plant a new church: African Pastors Conference It was yet another great privilege for Grace Baptist Church—Eldoret to host the 2017 first Kenyan run of African Pastors Conferences (APCs) on 27th and 28th June. Over f... Keep Reading

A Heartwarming Meeting in Malawi

Posted August 22, 2017  by: Malamulo Chindongo |0 Comments

profile_malamulo_cSaints who actually believe biblical doctrine often feel very alone in Africa. Pastor Mala in Blantyre, Malawi shares a heartwarming story of how some like-minded saints found each other with God’s help. “Ndirande is a township in Blantyre, Malawi, and is one of the biggest townships in Southern Africa. It is a 10-minute... Keep Reading

Kenyan Students Rescued from a Cult

Posted August 7, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

s.oluoch_profileIn this portion of Sam's update, he describes a visit to one of the church-planters sent out by Grace Baptist Church Kisumu: g.wambua_profile"We recently traveled to visit and be with one of o... Keep Reading

Holistic Ministry Among Zambia's Poor

Posted August 1, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

profile_marshal_kNew Members and Baptism CandidatesWe are grateful to God that the numbers of people coming into our church have greatly improved. We are visited by two or three new people from our compound every Sunday. We are busy running membership and baptism classes. There are two in the membership class for those already baptized. Among the nine ... Keep Reading

Ministry News from Botswana

Posted July 28, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Here is the latest news from Pastor Monametsi Bahudi and the churches in Botswana: Monametsi MonchoGaboroneWe have experienced the frowning providence of the Lord in the departures from Gaborone church. Three members have left because of moving to another town. We have continued to witness around our church and in the colleges and there is fruit, for w... Keep Reading

New Pastor Training Program in Uganda

Posted July 24, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

bill-i_profileIn an earlier update, Brother Bill told of visiting Fort Portal in western Uganda, where he was asked to begin a training program for pastors. A church in Bridgeport, CA and HeartCry partnered together to fund Bill’s travel and the conference expenses. Here is Bill’s delightful description of his time in Fort Portal. I particular... Keep Reading

Electronic Tools for Township Church

Posted July 19, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Mnguni's babyChris Mnguni is a pioneer among a new generation of young black men zealous to plant biblical churches in the townships of South Africa.  Chris is pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Daveyton township of Johannesburg.  The first piece of good news is that he and his wife, Happy, have recently adopted a ... Keep Reading

profile_wege_sWege Sinyangwe is the missionary pastor of Chimasulo Baptist Church in Chilanga District just south of Lusaka, Zambia.  His latest update has encouraging news about chidren's ministry, but also tells of the tragic deaths of two men who attended their Bible studies.  During my first week in Zambia, I witnessed a similar tragedy in t... Keep Reading

Forced to Move . . . Again

Posted July 5, 2017  by: Malamulo Chindongo |0 Comments

profile_malamulo_cA few weeks ago we were approached by our landlord and asked to move from our current space to a different room within the building. Our relief was that he was not evicting us. This was another reminder of what life has been like for our church in this particular area. We moved quickly as requested by the building owner. This was sad... Keep Reading

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