Missionaries & Mission Fields: The Story of Africa

The progress of missions in Africa.

Brooks Buser
President of Radius International
About This Workshop

As an African who has had the privilege of being served by many missionaries and missionary efforts I have observed good, bad and great approaches to the work.    


In this workshop we will focus on the progress of a mission field from unreached to nationalized. We will talk about what missions strategies have worked well in Africa and which ones have not, look at the transition from missionary led institutions to national led institutions, and present a vision for what is needed in the next 10 years for African churches to grow.

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Location

Tri-City Baptist Church
430 NE Duncan Road
Blue Springs, MO

Email/Phone

atg@advancethegospel.org
(816) 795-8700

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