Chad

Ministries

Advancing Native Missions

Partnering with native missionaries to reach the remaining unreached…‘til all hear.


Africa Inland Mission

AIM is dedicated to the vision of seeing Christ-centered churches established among all African peoples.


AGWM

Assemblies of God World Missions (AGWM)is engaged in missionary endeavor in many lands in pursuit of the original, audacious commitment of the Assemblies of God to unprecedented world evangelism. That commitment, the mission of AGWM, stands on four biblical pillars. We are proclaiming the message of Jesus Christ to the spiritually lost in all the world through every available means.We are establishing churches in more than 200 countries,following the New Testament pattern.
We are training leaders throughout the world to proclaim the message of Jesus Christ to their own people and to other nations. We are touching poor and suffering people with the compassion of Jesus Christ and inviting them to become His followers.


Bible Training Center for Pastors

The History of BTCP — In 1988 Dennis Mock taught a conference for pastors in Mombasa, Kenya… 


Blessings International

Blessings International heals the hurting globally and locally by providing life-saving pharmaceuticals, vitamins and medical supplies to medical mission teams, clinics and hospitals; B.I. builds healthy communities by enabling medical professionals and volunteers to effectively treat the sick and victims of endemic medical problems


Christian Aid Mission

Christian Aid is generally considered to be the first missionary agency to support and promote indigenous mission groups. It has been the catalyst behind the present reformation in foreign missions methodology.


Church of God of Prophecy

The Church of God of Prophecy is a vibrant, worldwide body of believers, united in worship, working hand-in-hand to share God’s love and a message of hope to the broken-hearted. The Church of God of Prophecy has over one-and-a-half million members, worshipping in over 10,000 churches our missions in 132 nations of the world. Nearly 90% of our global membership is outside of North America.


DAI

DAI’s basic approach is to listen first, research the real needs of leaders, then design tools that respond to those needs effectively and begin putting in place an indigenous distribution system to enable leaders to access those tools. Every course DAI has written came about this way, including the popular Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) program that currently has over 1,000 students enrolled. Local Christian leaders grow in their integrity and effectiveness through ongoing training, mentoring, consulting and access to critical resources. DAI’s programs continue to grow and evolve as new needs are identified or needs change.


Dale Kietzman University

The Dale Kieztman University will build an administrative infrastructure through partnerships with academic content providers to serve Global South leaders in effectively addressing roots of human problems in their contexts.


Global Disciples

OUR MISSION is to make it possible for clusters of churches to multiply Christ-like disciples and locally-sustainable fellowships among least-reached people. OUR CENTRAL FOCUS is to equip leaders selected by their churches to multiply Christ-like disciples, who multiply churches among least-reached people. OUR PHILOSOPHY is that local expressions of the Body of Christ in close proximity to least-reached people are best able to reach them—and we all can help.


Global Recordings Network

Our Mission — “In partnership with the church, to effectively communicate the Good News of Jesus Christ by means of culturally appropriate audio and audio-visual materials in every language.”


HIVHope International

HIVHope International is a transformational ministry empowering people around the world to create innovative new ways to reach people in their cultures with the Good News of Jesus Christ through hope-based HIV education and ministry.


Lead a Child

Lead a Child, formerly Children’s Christian Concern Society, shares the love of Jesus through Christian education with over 22,000 children in 28 countries.


Pioneers-USA

Pioneers mobilizes teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church-planting movements in partnership with local churches.


TEAM

TEAM’s purpose is to help churches send missionaries to establish reproducing churches among the nations to the glory of God…


World Concern

We excel at providing relief in areas not serviced by other agencies. In many of the countries where we work, the people who live there face significant political or religious restrictions. In all cases, we seek out the poorest and most vulnerable. Our staff includes nearly 1,000 people, assisted by countless volunteers. 95% of World Concern employees are citizens of the countries where we work. By employing locals, it provides financial value so that your donation can help more people. The background of our employees also allows us to better understand and overcome challenges we face on a daily basis. Additionally, by recruiting citizens from the countries where we work, we employ some of the people we may otherwise provide with aid.


World Vision

Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness;
Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.


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Prayers

Pray for an increase of Bible translation and literacy programs. Pray against the tribalism, syncretistic lifestyles, and petty legalisms that cripple many congregations. Pray for a liberation of all bondages and for a deep work of the Holy Spirit in every church. Pray for protection, wisdom and boldness for evangelists especially for those speaking to Muslims.

Pray for a stable and just government that is representative of both north and south, honest and committed to the betterment of all of its citizens.

Pray that, while current freedoms still exist, Christians might fully utilize the opportunities.

Pray for the overcoming of many emotional, cultural and historical barriers to southerners witnessing to Muslims.

Pray for Christians to be burdened for the salvation of their Muslim countrymen.

Pray for liberation from all bondages connected to traditional religions by a deep working of the Holy Spirit in every congregation.

Pray for solid teaching that will enable Christians to discern between truth and lies.

Pray for the EEMET (Evangelical Alliance) and the Pentecostal Alliance as both attempt to unite Christians.

Pray churches will gain a passion for ministry that includes praying and giving as well as outreach.

Pray for God to raise up catalysts who will spur Chad’s Christians to greater depths of faith and a greater commitment to the unevangelized.

Pray for missionaries working in N’Djamena and for others to be called. Pray also for the thousands of Christians in N’Djamena – for their effective witness and for the calling of some to cross-cultural outreach.

Pray for missions to continue and grow in the areas of church planting, evangelism, Bible translation, Bible teaching, leadership development and holistic ministry that will uplift and enable the national Church. Pray for missionaries with a pioneer spirit, perseverance in language and culture acquisition, and endurance to minister in hard places.

Pray for rapid progress in Bible translation and literacy programs and for Chadian believers called to these ministries.

Pray that Bible audio recordings may be widely and effectively used.

Pray for an expansion of Christian radio into other locations. Pray for more materials and contributors, especially for programs in the languages of the unreached and for finances.

 

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