TEAM workers want to revolutionize education in Chad by bringing indigenous languages into the classroom.
A small print shop in Chad is fueling church growth and discipleship across Central Africa.
Two missionaries help workers quit Chad’s sex industry by first helping them realize their true worth as daughters of God.
A cystic fibrosis diagnosis doesn’t stop a young family from following God into the heart of Africa.
Workers building water wells in southeast Chad are finding a warm welcome from villagers, who invite them into their homes, families, and communities. Such community development projects are providing new opportunities to forge meaningful relationships. Friendships between development workers and local men and families they refer to as “people of peace” are laying the groundwork for introducing the gospel, impacting villages throughout the region.
After the sun sets, a Christian radio program lights up the nightly airwaves for the Kwong tribe of Chad’s Sahel plains.
Linguists in Chad build a legacy through translating Scriptures.
Hidden mercy?? How can anything to do with HIV/AIDS be merciful? Rejection, pain, despair, poverty, misery and death can quickly follow in the wake of being diagnosed with HIV! And yet, even this tragedy God takes and uses to show His amazing love and grace for mankind.
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