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Coming up this Friday!  AfriGO Conversations with JFK Mensah, Mobilizer/ Discipler/ Missionary from Ghana to Mauritania.

Over on our Facebook page at 5 pm in Accra / 6 pm in Abujah / 7 pm in Harare and 8 pm in Nairobi.  Join us!

Church Resources

The Church - the body of Christ - is where the mission of obedience to the Great Commission receives its support and personnel. When the body is strong, it can reach out. Below you'll find church resources to help your church fulfill the Great Commission, whether it be through Prayer, studies about your part in the mission, or videos to inspire. We recommend the movie The Distant Boat for every church - it takes a hard look at uniquely African challenges in doing missions, and is entertaining to watch. Find it below, as well as our very useful resources of note.

Featured Resource

Mobilizers are the people telling others about God's missions plan for the world, and encouraging them to get involved.  We need more of them - how to do that?  Watch the video on the Traveling Team's site to learn about it.

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Resources

CAPRO's Occupy magazine - their latest issue!

Why go? The biblical basis of missions.

GEMA misions handbook

Is God serious about missions?

What we mean by mission mobilization

The Gap - the Global South must fill it

Voice of Missions Magazine - a dynamic resource

Why African Christians should engage in missions

Reaching Muslims - creative ideas to reach out

Pray for the unreached with an app

Church Resources of Note

The Great Commission - for Africa too

In this moving sermon, Bishop Oscar Muriu challenges the African Church to take its place in the world. He says, "The Church has relocated South and it is booming. 75% of Protestant Christians are found in the Southern Hemisphere." We urge you to watch and be inspired!

The Distant Boat

The Distant Boat tells the fictional story of Max, a young urban Kenyan who has it all: a dream job, a best friend, and a girl he hopes to marry. In the midst of a crisis, Max has a radical encounter with a poor Muslim fisherman named Yusef. Max’s whole life and perspective is challenged when he realizes that Yusef and his people have no church and no Christian witness. After taking time off work to visit his family, Max shares with a wise old uncle his heart for Yusef’s people, and in the process, Max realizes that God may be calling him to be a missionary.