AFCI is making a difference in 21 nations around the world through our ministry projects:
On Sunday night (Nov 22, 2015), Beverly Minor gave a concert in the Iglesia Evangélica de Valls, Spain. As a Gospel singer, Beverly shared the testimony of her faith through her music. Beverly sang and spoke from her heart as you can see and hear in her rendition of “Oh, Happy Day!”
Beverly was part of a team ministering with AFC Spain who were in Valls this weekend to present the 30 Principles of Life by Dr. Charles Stanley, In Touch Ministries. Steve and Martha Morgan from First Baptist in Atlanta, GA taught the sessions which began on Friday evening. Approximately 30 people attended the training which covered topics such as Obedience, Prayer, and the discipline of Bible Study.
Plans are already being made for Beverly to return to Spain in the fall of 2016.
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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)