AFnet Brings Hope

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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Support AFnet’s Mission

Help us to train the leadership in Africa, plant churches and prevent children from falling victim to their circumstances.

  • Together… We’re Running the Race to Victory!

    Together… We’re Running the Race to Victory!

    Considering the unnatural times, we live and work in, I thought I might not have much to share with you. Because of the COVID crisis, we’ve not been allowed to travel to our work and ministry outside of South Africa. However, as I collected reports, letters and pictures sent to me by our regional teams; evangelists and church planters, Bible School facilitators, and orphan program staff, I realized that

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  • Africa is a hard place and life is cheap…

    Africa is a hard place and life is cheap…

    It was 1997, and we had recently moved onto the AFnet Campus. By that time it was clear that we were going to need a full-time grounds keeper to help maintain the property, as well as the fledgling palm nursery that we began as part of a self-sustainability project. 

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  • Success amidst turbulent times

    Success amidst turbulent times

    Humanly speaking, and as we are reminded that South and southern Africa are now into that dreaded third wave of COVID, many worry about its impact on a Continent with far fewer weapons than most any other region in the world. And so, as the corona virus again advances on poor nations across Africa, concern is growing that the continent will find it hard to cope this time around. 

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