AFCI has been working with countries in the Asia-Pacific region for more than 60 years. The work has resulted in planting churches, training pastors and next-generation leaders, ministering to women, and many humanitarian projects – all with the purpose of expanding the Gospel to an area where Christianity represents less than two percent of the population.
Asians are more and more open to the Gospel, and churches are growing at a fast rate. The training that AFCI brings in the midst of this growth is not only desired by church leaders, but is sought after. The opportunities for training far outweigh the ability of our teams to respond.
Countries / MinistriesAustralia
On the evening of December 9, 2017, about 1,500 people filled the front yard of... Read More
These days, life is very busy and everyone is pursuing their hopes and ambitions. We... Read More
Psalm 92:12-14 (NLT) But the godly will flourish like palm trees and grow strong like... Read More
Fifteen years ago, a vision was born to train church planters in Cambodia how to evangelize a community and plant a new church. Thirty enthusiastic young men and women to... Read More
Focus on the Heart (FOH) has been expanding its reach to women over the last three years in the Philippines. They now have teams of national FOH leaders that are facilitating FOH... Read More
In the summer of 2016, AFCI will hold its second Emerging Leaders Training Conference for delegates from six countries in Asia and the Pacific. The first conference, held in July... Read More
Conditions are not easy for women in India. They are often abused by family members or deserted by husbands. If they find themselves widowed or divorced, they are generally rejected by society. Our... Read More
Asia-Pacific, Pacific Islands
The ministry of AFCI Pacific Islands is seeking to raise additional team support. They have a vision of providing not only more training for pastors in Fiji, but now a door is also... Read More
A year ago, AFCI started planning a two-year Emerging Leaders program to equip young leaders to be able to step up and take leadership roles in the future. The last week... Read More