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SOUTH SUDAN – IMMANUEL’S STORY

Immanuel’s Story Immanuel, an AE Peace and Reconciliation student, has begun an inter-tribal soccer team – one of the first of its kind in Juba – and has put his new found skills to good use.“I love my country; I love South Sudan”, Immanuel said. “What has happened...

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Life on the streets – Kampala Mission, Uganda

Richard stumbles along the road in a long, tattered shirt, wearing shoes that don’t fit. At first glance, he looks like madman – dirty, unkept, muttering. “I cannot remember the last time I had a shower,” he says. “Every time I shower, when I try sleep afterwards, I...

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A mother struggling in the slums -Kampala Mission

Sitting on the edge of Kampala’s old railway lines, Kinawataka is a dusty slum, crowded with some of Uganda’s poorest urban population. Veronica lives in the slum with her two young children. For years she has struggled with alcoholism and has had a hard life. “I have...

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AE leaders gear up for Kampala City Mission – Uganda

Today begins AE’s mission to one of the world’s fastest growing and most vibrant cities in the world – Kampala. More than 500 Ugandan evangelists and 80 local churches are involved. They join the AE International Team, the AE Kenya Foxfires and associates from Ghana...

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Foxfires Take Chankhungu Market by Storm – Malawi

When the men and women of Chankhungu, Malawi woke with the dawn on a cool Monday morning to set up their stalls in the dusty market, they thought it would be a day like any other. But around lunchtime, a van of young people from the city arrived and started pulling...

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The Makings of a Modern Woman – Malawi

In her mid-thirties, Martha Njovulema was on her way to becoming a modern woman: she had tried her hand at teaching, baking, and small-business running, was a working mother keen to help her husband provided financially for their four children, and was on the look out...

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Training the next generation of evangelists – Ethiopia

Binyam Nigatu joined African Enterprise's Student Discipleship Program (SDP) in Ethiopia in 2009 and as a young man, he spent a year studying theology, learning about Christianity and growing deeply in his faith. He was so enamoured with the program that he enrolled...

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Kicukiro Mission – Rwanda

"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it." African Enterprise missions usually aim to reach an entire city with the Gospel during mission week. However, sometimes due to the size of a city, it is nearly impossible to...

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A Messy Life Washed Clean – Rwanda

Living with the Shame The Ndjamena District of Kigali is known as a hotbed of illegal activity, prostitution, and drug abuse. As the AE Mission committee planned the Kicukiro Mission, they made sure to give special attention and prayer to this area because the need...

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Lives Restored – Kicukiro Mission, Rwanda

  A Confused and Hopeless Man Pius has always been very proud of his status and success. A lawyer by profession, well-educated and married with eight children, six of whom live in America, he has a lot to be proud of. However, if you were to ask Pius to describe...

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An Entire School Touched by the Gospel

Troubled Students turn to Christ! Hooligan No More Martin is a self-described hooligan. “I’ve always been proud of being so wild, of being feared by the other students,” Martin told us. “I’ve never before felt remorse for my actions. That is until the AE missions team...

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With the heart of a child – Kicukiro Mission, Rwanda

"He called a little child to him and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest...

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Over 90,000 people reached in Malindi!

African Enterprise is passionate about commissioning Africans to engage in the call of the Great Commission by sharing the truth of Christ with their neighbours near and far. We believe this is key in spreading the Gospel effectively in Africa and beneficial for the...

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A Witchdoctor Encounters Christ – Malindi Mission, Kenya

Kiboko has been practicing witchcraft for 30 years, nearly half his lifetime. In that time, he has become the most powerful and feared witchdoctor in his community. He even serves as the witchdoctor to all other local witchdoctors! Husband of four wives, Kiboko has 25...

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The Gospel Soaks the city – Malindi Mission – Kenya

As the AE mission in Malindi, Kenya continues, thousands of people are being reached with the Gospel. Yesterday, mission teams were sent into the city to minister door to door. The city was divided into nine sections, teams were then released into those sections in...

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Let the work begin – Malindi Mission – Kenya Mission

The Malindi Mission is underway and God is at work! After nearly a year of training, discipleship, and preparation the churches in Malindi have been released into the city to preach the Gospel to the lost. Throughout the training phase, Malindi Christians have used...

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Questions for a Nation in Quest

This article is part of Michael Cassidy's regular contribution to Gateway Magazine, a South African publication. Here, Cassidy addresses some of the problems facing the nation of South Africa, however, lessons can be gleaned here for anyone, no matter their nation. It...

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Malindi Christians are unstoppable!

PTC Training is preparing Malindi, Kenya Christians for next month’s mission! From the very beginning of AE’s Malindi Mission preparation, the local church has been unstoppable. They are boldly grasping the mission and evangelism training and running into the streets...

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Saved from the streets – Cynthia’s Story – Ghana

Cynthia, a recent graduate of AE’s Street Children Program, was overwhelmed by the demonstration of love from African Enterprise Ghana. “I am very grateful that I can tell my story on how far the Almighty God has brought me. I am from a family of five and I was never...

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Mission Planning for the Future of AE

Excellence in missions is something African Enterprise takes very seriously. Over the last two years, AE International has begun an initiative to harmonize and refine the mission materials that have been created over the last 50+ years of ministry. With God’s help,...

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AE Uganda Shares Christ with South Sudan Refugees

The Bidi Bidi refugee camp in West Nile, Uganda, is home to almost 300,000 refugees from South Sudan, with more arriving every day. Many of them have witnessed some of the most horrific events imaginable, have lost parents or siblings, have seen neighbours being...

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Foxfires Take On Africa!

2017 Foxfires begin ministry across Africa! “The Foxfires are a model of Biblical evangelism, a continuation of the book of Acts; they are Christians dressed to blend in with the local culture, going to the people, living with them, working side-by-side with them,...

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Kumasi Final Report!

AE's Kumasi Mission was a huge success! In September, 2016 2,865 people accepted Christ and a total of 19,000 heard the gospel! We had 415 local evangelists and 285 churches in participation together! Praise God! CLICK HERE to read the...

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Showing Love in the Slums

#World toilet day Showing Love in the Slums Providing Toilet facilities in a Nairobi slum Korogocho is one of the largest slums in Nairobi, Kenya with almost 200 000 people crammed into 1.5 square kilometers of the city. “We’ve built between 120 and 130 toilets over...

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Kumasi Mission

  African Enterprise’s stratified evangelism model means that we don’t just hold one massive meeting on a certain day in a particular part of town. It means that a during mission week we hold hundreds or thousands of small meetings across the city. We aim to meet...

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Church under the Mango Tree

African Enterprise’s stratified evangelism model means that we don’t just hold one massive meeting on a certain day in a particular part of town. It means that a during mission week we hold hundreds or thousands of small meetings across the city. We aim to meet people...

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Peace for the Peacemaker

Open-air meetings are a vital part of AE’s stratified evangelism model. During the day, we reach out to people one on one in marketplaces, and businesses. In the evenings, we set up stages and preach loudly in neighbourhoods. These meetings gather crowds, peak the...

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Tony’s Story – Kumasi Mission

Tony's Story A volunteer's perspective on the Kumasi Mission Tony has lived in Kumasi all his life. He’s loves his city and he’s passionate about reaching the lost here. He’s volunteered his time and resources to help organise the mission with the aim of seeing as...

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