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  • Second Time Refugees Flee their Home

    Second-Time Refugees Flee their Home

    September 25, 2018 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    Hostilities have picked up again in our neighbor country, the Central African Republic, between their government and rebel groups operating in their borders. The conflict has caused over one thousand people to be displaced to the borders with Chad and Cameroon, among whom women and children make up a majority. Our ministry’s leadership team recently … Read more

  • Three Missionaries Among Three Unreached People Groups

    June 23, 2018 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    During a missionary meeting earlier this year, the three missionaries working among the Muslim people presented their reports. These three missionaries were working with three separate unreached people groups, and pastors from the ministry that they were connected with had recently visited their mission fields to see their work first hand. These are testimonies from … Read more

  • TDCC May 2018 Update New School Building Blesses Students

    New School Building Blesses Students

    May 11, 2018 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    Since the inauguration of the two-classroom school building on September of last year, the Board of Directors has been longing to visit the Békourou School again. During the General Assembly that was held this April, they decided to visit the school to see for themselves the work that was being done there with the new … Read more

  • TDCC April 2018 Update Missionary in a Hostile Culture

    Missionary in a Hostile Culture

    April 21, 2018 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    J* is the Kawkikete missionary among the Bua people group. He is currently living among them to share the Gospel with the community. He shares, “During my time in the military, I learned a lot about the Bua culture. This experience helped me to answer God’s call to reach them. “Since my arrival in March … Read more

  • TDCC February 2018 Update Rabbit Churches Grow Exponentially

    Rabbit Churches Grow Exponentially

    February 26, 2018 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    Following the disciple making training we held last October with one of our missionaries, we planted 128 new churches by God’s grace. We are calling them rabbit churches just as we were taught, because of how quickly they multiply. The growth has been exponential in the last few months, and we pray that will continue. … Read more

  • Long Awaited Classrooms Finally Constructed

    January 14, 2018 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    The two new classrooms at the center were inaugurated in late September in the presence of Rene, the Area Director for West Africa. Some traditional leaders, as well as Christian leaders, honored the event. The population was also massively mobilized. Elie, a pupil said: “Since 1991, our elder brothers and sister had to have class … Read more

  • DMM Training

    Disciple Making Training in Chad

    November 14, 2017 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    In October, the West Africa Area Director visited the ministry for the primary purpose of helping hold a Disciple Making training. This program came as an extension of the January overview training that was delivered in Dakar to some fifty participants from West, North, and East Africa, as well as the Middle East. Mali, Senegal, … Read more

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    The Kudoti Farm

    October 10, 2017 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

                                            The purpose of the Kudoti Farm is agricultural production and the training of farmers and breeders in the area. As for our 2017-2018 campaign, we are currently completing the plowing and the hoeing. We are … Read more

  • TDCC September 2017 Update A Widow Set Free

    A Widow Set Free

    September 12, 2017 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    S* is a widow who benefitted from the Kawkikete loan program. She shares her story: “By the course of life I became widow with children to care for. Before last year, I was getting loans from other NGOs. However, their conditions were such that I had a lot of debts to pay. When Partners International … Read more

  • TDCC August 2017 Update Microloan Program Transforms Lives

    Microloan Program Transforms Lives

    August 25, 2017 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    This is a testimony from a woman that our programs have helped. My name is Mrs. S*, and I have been benefiting from the microloan program since 2012. I have been granted funds five times to develop my small business. I sell cereals, cassava, and peanuts in the SARH market. I regularly buy bags of … Read more