Wars, corruption, poverty, famine and turmoil seem to have no end in many African nations.
But the Gospel of Jesus Christ truly is the “Good News” that transforms nations, communities, families and individuals.
In a remote region of South Sudan’s Lopit mountains, known in Arabic as the “Jebel Lopit,” Persecution Project Foundation’s (PPF) Jebel Lopit Training Center (JLTC) is training and equipping small teams of evangelists to bring the Good News of the Gospel to the area’s unreached tribes. You can be a part of this ministry by helping PPF equip teams of indigenous evangelists with the tools they need to reach their neighbors with the Good News of Christ.
Will you help?
Each team of evangelists undergoes training at JLTC in the use of an Evangelism Backpack Projector Kit. One team equipped with a projector can bring an audio/visual witness to a population which is more than 90 percent illiterate. Audio and video scripture presentations including the Jesus Film and other Bible storying resources present messages in a format which is not only soul-nourishing, but visually stimulating as well.
During the next six months our goal is to train and equip five more Evangelism Backpack Projector Teams to immediately deploy in several unreached communities.
Each projector system costs $1,500.
This means 15 people giving $100, or 30 people giving $50 can help us to equip one team.