AFCI is making a difference in 21 nations around the world through our ministry projects:
No glass in the windows meant the sounds of the horse carts, trucks, and street vendors occasionally drowned out the speaker, but forty local church leaders listened intently and took pages of notes during the first Instituto Jetro Leadership training seminar in Florida, Cuba. The first two weeks of February, 2016 will have a lasting impact as these men and women return home having refined their vision for ministry across the island of Cuba.
“I am truly excited as the event exceeded my expectations and has renewed my passion and commitment to the service of the Lord.”
After landing in La Habana, the three members of the Instituto Jetro team, led by Eugenio Berruezo of AFCI Spain, traveled by road 12 hours south to the city of Florida. Together with Pastor Eduardo Leyva of the Templo Maranatha ICPC church in Florida,... Read More
Other Ministry News
For many years the AFCI ministry in Myanmar has been building young people to go... Read More
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AFCI has developed a 10 week evangelism course to be conducted in local churches. The... Read More
Our Ministry Areas
Bible School as well as informal on-site training for pastors and church leaders
Ambassadors for Christ International (AFCI) was founded on the belief that Nationals in Ministry (Christian nationals living and working in their own countries) provide the best foundation for the church to thrive and grow.
Each national team has its own ministry focus, but all of us are committed to the vision of AFCI, which is “Teams of Nationals accelerating the spread of the Gospel through local churches worldwide.”
Under one banner, we believe that the mission of the church is truly international and that leadership for world missions should be a cooperative effort involving input from many nations, not just one nation taking their ideas to the world.
We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God. (2 Corinthians 5:20 – NIV)