Opportunities for the Christian School movement in Chad to impact the country for Christ are unprecedented. As this movement continues to mushroom around the country we are seeking to come alongside the Chadian church to help them build into their schools a deep commitment to a Biblical worldview education.
The Dar Sila Initiative seeks to establish an indigenous, culturally sensitive, reproducing community of disciples in each of the main people groups in the Dar Sila region. We aim to help with the physical and spiritual needs of the population, building friendships by using many avenues.
The Northwest Quadrant Initiative seeks to work hand-in-hand with national and expatriate believers to see entire communities come to faith. Literacy programs, as well as water and agricultural projects, health programs, and education, are important avenues to establishing a positive presence among the people groups of northern Chad.
Like a belt separating the northern part of Chad from the southern, the “Border Peoples” of Chad divide the predominantly Muslim north from the non-Muslim south. Comprising a multitude of smaller ethnic groups, the border peoples have had many evangelical churches planted among them. TEAM is working with these churches to insure their long term viability. We focus especially on the discipleship of church leaders and helping these churches to reach their youth and their children with the gospel.
The Swamp Initiative seeks to establish an indigenous, culturally sensitive reproducing community of disciples in each of the main people groups in this region of Chad. We help with the physical and spiritual needs of the population, building friendships through community development, education, and healthcare programs.
This ministry reaches vulnerable women trapped in prostitution or living with domestic abuse, HIV/AIDS and more. We seek to help these women find hope, healing and purpose through Christ and to help them develop skills which will enable them to live independently and with dignity. Our vision is that these transformed women will reach out to the lost and hurting in their own communities and that the local church will increasingly engage with those who are vulnerable and marginalised.
“Teach a man to read and a man knows how to read. Teach a woman to read and you have taught a community.” This axiom has proven true over and over again in the Chadian church. Women are a dynamic force in the life of the church, a critical link in transferring biblical values, with its practical life applications to others. We are seeking to establish a reproducing pattern of training women in leadership roles to help them increase their effectiveness in building up the church of Jesus Christ in Chad.
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