Newly constructed churches in Chad oten still need a roof. The people in the church construct the building and then receive funding to put a roof on the new church.
The Education Department of the Association of Grace Brethren Churches of Chad (AEEFT) has negotiated a total of 11 Chadian teachers into the one-year government training program!
In 2005, Director of African Ministries Frank Puhl received word of a man in Chad who died from an appendicitis rupture.
Joachin is 13 years old. He has been paralyzed in both legs since birth, and during recent rebel attacks in the Central African Republic, he was orphaned and left with no one to provide for him.
Encompass is mourning the loss of longtime staff member, Lila Sheely. She worked in the Central African Republic from 1970 to 1988.
In December, the Center for International Development of Ethical Leadership (CIDEL), dedicated a new chapel on the University of Bangui campus in the Central African Republic.
Last November, leaders in the Central African Republic gathered for a Global Evangelists Forum with a focus on reconciliation and healing.
Last month, the election for the executive positions in the African Union of Churches was held at this year’s National Conference in the Central African Republic.
In mid-January, the 56th annual African Union of Churches National Conference met in the town of Yaloke, Central African Republic.
UPDATE 2/6/2017: "My family is well. God answered your prayers on behalf of my siblings. The news I got is that my mom and other relatives are fine in another village where they fled to protect them from the rebels attack last Thursday in Bocaranga. Please continue to pray for their severe humanitarian condition they are in now. People in Bocaranga my home town need food, water, but above all, they want protect and peace. Thanks for your support." --Augustin