World Mission News: Africa

11/6-13/2017
Dr. John Jun

UGANDA UBF WILL HAVE A HISTORICAL WORSHIP SERVICE!

Daniel Yang From Rwanda

SERVE RWANDAN MINISTRY FREELY

by Daniel Yang

Today on Thanksgiving Day, God has given M. Deborah and me 2 Years Visa, along with a Residence Card! We pray that we may use this to serve Rwandan Campus Discipleship ministry freely without worrying about Visa any more. This visa will be easily renewed in every 2 Years! Thank God and thank you all! May God use this to serve Rwandan Campus Discipleship ministry freely without worrying about Visa any more.

Botswana is a country in the west of South Africa with a population of about 2.25 million. The main sources of income are diamonds, cattle export and tourism; the GDP is $17,918, and the main religion is 80% Christianity. The country is relatively safe and political leaders are honest and yet impoverished.

Dear Precious Servants of God and Family!

May God bless you all on this Thanksgiving Day! By God’s Grace, we had our 1st Thanksgiving Worship last Sunday in Rwanda!

11/6-13/2017
Dr. John Jun 

university bible fellowship ubf - Zimbabwee(Photo - After Sunday Worship Service)

RWANDA IS RIPE FOR HARVEST!

M. Deborah Yang from Rwanda,

Out of 41 years of marriage, this mission trip to Ethiopia became the first mission that shared together with Dr. Samuel Yoon who began his 3 years medical mission in Ethiopia sent by MyungSung Church. I met students, Basileel (Adama univ. civil engineering 3rd), Berekat (Architectual 4th in Addis Ababa Univ.), and Benjamin (Music School). ​They are receiving scholarship from the government.

Cape Town is famous because the city is located at the southernmost part of the African continent. Ships that travel from Europe to Asia have always stopped at the port of Cape Town for refueling from early centuries. It is also a very beautiful tourist city with a population of about 5 million, a good climate and a table mountain which is known as one of the world's seven wonders of nature selected by UNESCO. The city has held numberless prestigious international conferences. The University of Cape Town Hospital conducted the world’s first heart transplant.

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