Theme: “A Call from Afar—The Challenging Task of African Evangelization”
3-8 April 2008
The establishing of the Chinese Coordination Centre of World Evangelism (CCCOWE) can be traced back to the Lausanne International Congress on World Evangelization of 1974. For more than three decades, through conferences and publications, CCCOWE has been striving to be a catalyst to mobilize worldwide Chinese churches for world mission. In 1998, the first “Chinese Missions in Africa” was convened in Pretoria, South Africa.
In the past decade, the development of gospel work in Africa has been going through quite a few changes. In order to address the needs in the new missional realities of Africa, CCCOWE will convene the second mission conference in Kenya in April. It is our sincere prayer and hope that more Chinese churches around the world will learn about the pressing need and the present situation of Africa.
Plenary Sessions and Revival Meetings
- AIDS Ministry in Africa by Christine Hamilton, a registered nurse and seasoned missionary, working with those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS
- Reaching the Profoundly Unreached in Africa by Marv Smith, regional director of Africa Inland Mission International
- Leadership Training in Africa by Ally Chepkwony, director of Africa Inland Church Missionary Board
- Strategic Missions Partnerships by Oscar Muriu, senior pastor of the Nairobi Chapel
We aim to:
|Broaden Chinese churches' missional horizons regarding Africa||Informational and inspirational speeches and discussions regarding various disciplines in Africa|
|Call Chinese Christians to action||Firsthand mission field experience in Kenya, Congo, Egypt, Sudan and South Africa|
|Extend care and love to Chinese missionaries serving in Africa||Conference fee waiver and free pre-conference missionaries' retreat made available to Chinese missionaries already serving in Africa|
If you are a missionary serving in Africa, prospective missionary going to serve in Africa or prayer warrior for the evangelization of Africans, this is the conference for you. This conference will be conducted in English and Mandarin.
For more information, go to www.cccowe.org/eng or email [email protected].