The Association of Independent Churches of Africa (AICA) seeks to establish healthy churches that liberate rural Liberians from spiritual darkness and extremely difficult social conditions, so they can experience a better quality of life.
BFM’s church-planting strategy follows the biblical mandate of holistic transformation, which addresses the needs of the whole person, both physical and spiritual. Today, BFM is a key force in the establishment and development of the Dalit Church throughout India.
The Emmanuel People Development Society (EPDS) serves tribal people living north of Calcutta in West Bengal. The ministry has initiated a variety of programs that meet needs and help plant churches in tribal communities.
Cuba is a land of warm Caribbean breezes and open-hearted people. Glimpses of the nation’s prosperous past can still be seen, but today most Cubans live in poverty. In a complex political and religious environment, the church is seeing many accept the rich promise of new life in Jesus