West African regional trainers of church planters and pastors in far northern Togo, West Africa, September 2019
Hope for Muslim West Africa
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This month, Steve Childers returns to Muslim West Africa to train French-speaking church planters and pastors in the far northern regions of Togo. This is his third year of training 60 indigenous French-speaking church leaders in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Togo.
The purpose of this training is to help these underserved church leaders develop the kind of churches that will transform lives and communities through effective ministries of evangelism and discipleship for the poor.
The photo above from last year includes the 12 regional facilitators who’ll be receiving their third year of training to be equipped to train church leaders throughout their regions in West Africa.
What makes this training different?
To do this, Pathway Learning develops innovative, seminary-level, hybrid (online and onsite) church planting courses they can take where they live, in their language (French), and adapted to their culture
By the final day of their training, all the leaders will be equipped to train other church leaders in these courses in their home cities and villages – using only their cell phones, tablets, or computers without internet access and cell service.
It is only through the prayers and support of people like you, that we’re able to provide these leaders the training and tools they need to develop churches that transform lives and communities.
Thank you for your prayers and support.
PS: To see last year’s training in West Africa, watch the first 2 minutes of this video. The third minute gives you a quick inside look at our work in the underground church in China, Europe (Italy), Japan, and North America. Please donate today!
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develop churches that transform lives and communities.