AFnet brings renewed hope to the people of Africa
For more than 30 years, AFnet has worked within the continent of Africa through strategic networks and partnerships. Having seen first hand the impact our ministry has on the people of Africa, we are ever-encouraged to push forward, continuing the Great Commission set forth to us, raising up leaders, strategically planting churches, and caring for the children orphaned by AIDS, so that His work and kingdom may be multiplied on earth.
What others are saying
Thanks to the support of our partner churches and organisations, AFnet is able to contribute to the schooling and clothing of orphans affected by the AIDS pandemic in Africa. Listen as these partners tell you about their experience.
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Help us to train the leadership in Africa, plant churches and prevent children from falling victim to their circumstances.
Something the COVID-19 nightmare reminds us about is that certainty is an illusion, perhaps even a delusion. By it, most of us were rudely awakened out of a lulled, false sense of security. Most could not have perceived how in a flash our world could so radically be transformed. For many the first reaction was: “ I have no control whatsoever”. Terrifying? Maybe. Unless, by faith you opted for the one thing that we could control; “our attitide and response to this turmoil”.
In 2 Corinthians 9:8 (NIV) we read: “And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work”
After such a hectic year, with the COVID 19 lockdowns, a looming world-wide financial crisis, unbelievable Global upheavals and conflicts, and not to mention the political and social polarization in almost every nation, we can’t believe that Thanksgiving is just around the corner! A time when hopefully we can all look back and find ALL those things in-between the chaos, for which we can return thanks to our Heavenly Father.
During our last visit to the Mansa Orphan Center Zambia, and sensing the need: Seeing children going hungry, without caregivers, clothing or shelter, out of school and destitute, my heart was troubled. So I asked our Center Administrator; Bishop Mumba, for a status report, requesting to know just how many more children we could fit into that program. With that, I suggested that our staff fan out across town, and identify the most destitute children in the community. Reporting back to me, Henry informed us that they had identified 52 children – all vulnerable orphans with no other means of care or provision. I’m glad to say that these children are now registered in our Orphan Day Care Program.