AFCI is making a difference in 21 nations around the world through our ministry projects:
The first of two weeks of training emerging leaders from Asia and the Pacific has just ended with one more week to go. These men and women are the future of AFCI, and their responses so far indicate that our time together is creating the right environments for AFCI to grow significantly. This first week we have been interacting on the Core Values of AFCI, Leadership, and how we work together with different personalities and giftings. Next week we will focus more intensely on Teamwork.
One delegate said, “I have never had this kind of interactive training. It is making me rethink how to be effective in training in my own country. I am learning much that I know I will retain. In most other training situations we just listen to someone talk. Here, we are actually sharing with each other as we... Read More
Other Ministry News
Yesterday we returned from a two week Balkan Mission trip. I led our team of 8 young... Read More
This year’s Monsoon Bible Training School which started the beginning of July has an enrollment... Read More
The highlight of our ministry in June was the holding of a Family Camp. This... 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)