Photo Credit: Al Jazeera Online, “UN: Refugees from South Sudan cross 1.5 million mark”
About JenLiving in Africa, Jen met Terry Andrews, Founder of CIC, in Arusha back in February 2011 - and was immediately drawn to all that God was doing in this humble, unique ministry. It reflected her own life passions - inspiring and equipping the local indigenous body, reaching and discipling children, and going where no one else has been with the Gospel. For her, joining CIC is a personal surprise that the Lord had planned her whole life - surpassing her wildest dreams. Sharing the love and truth of Jesus with a continent of children is an unspeakable privilege and joy. He alone gets the glory!
Fulani Calabashes used for storage of butter and milk
My Story: The Road from Traditional Islam to Jesus
Source: www.narnia.com Being connected with 160+ field ministry leaders in Africa, almost all of whom love to chat and connect, can sometimes mean startling calls in the middle of […]
This interview was conducted and published by Living with Faith on their website at www.livingwithfaith.org
CHILDREN IN CHRIST® (CIC) is a unique Christian organization founded in 1997 and working in some 20 countries across Africa. CIC’s CEO, Jen M., kindly agreed to answer our […]
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For those of us in Africa, the call is even more familiar and […]
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We had already discussed many things. But I hadn’t thought […]
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Being connected with 160+ field ministry leaders in Africa, almost all of whom love to chat and connect, can sometimes mean startling calls in the middle of […]