Funds made available via All Nations foundation allow us to provide sound biblical teaching and enable the preaching of the gospel. This happens, among other ways, through Bible conferences, youth camps, Christian bookshops, Bible correspondence courses and literature in many languages.
These conferences give the brothers and sisters the opportunity to be occupied with the Word of God. They do this in an atmosphere of restfulness and fellowship without worrying about meals or their work in the fields and plantations. The annual conferences are happy and well-attended occasions where all are spiritually strengthened by the Word and also enjoy fellowship with one another.
Once back in their villages and cities, participants share the teachings they have enjoyed with those who were not able to come.
Funds are also used for organising family conferences. Marriage and family life is being disrupted increasingly everywhere today, and in Africa as well. This is caused by traditions that deviate from the Word and through influences from western society. Therefore these conferences meet a great need, especially for young families and their children.
Through funds that are made available through All Nations foundation, many children in East and South Africa who have no opportunity to attend a primary school can be assisted. They are often orphans or children from poor families. All Nations foundation helps the local population to become acquainted with the gospel by pursuing an education.
Through funds that are made available through All Nations foundation, local populations are helped to improve food cultivation. Brothers with technical experience assist by installing water pumps or supplying tools, to name some examples.
The Bible is our starting point in every respect, to emphasise the need for repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus. Believers find comfort and hope in the Bible for their daily lives. We therefore make available as many books about the Bible as possible in many languages. Spiritual songs, whose contents correspond to the Bible, are already available in several tribal languages.
Our projects and activities
Various useful projects are carried out through All Nations foundation.They include: translation of Bible-based literature in various African languages, sponsorship of orphans and children from broken families, literacy programs, gardening and agriculture, fish farming, and pig and chicken breeding.Often these projects are combined with socio-medical help.
To support and guide biblical teaching and the preaching of the gospel, we regularly print brochures on the topics in Bible conferences and youth camps.
Bible Centres have been opened in several cities, such as: Mombasa in Kenya; Kigali, Kamembe and Nyamata in Rwanda; Kasese, Mukono and Busia in Uganda; Randburg in South Africa; and in nine locations in North-eastern Congo. Local brothers and sisters regularly translate tracts into several tribal languages: Kinyarwanda, Lhukonzo, Luganda and Swahili. Hymn books for the various meetings of the local assemblies and for youth camps have been printed in these languages.
Hundreds of thousands of children in East and South Africa have no opportunity to attend a primary school. These are often orphans or children from poor families. All Nations foundation helps hundreds of children with education. These children also come into contact with the gospel. Click here for more information. We also help our brothers and sisters who have never learned to read or write.
Sponsor a childThousands of children in East and South Africa have no opportunity to attend a primary school, particularly orphans and children from poor families.
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Marriage and family life is being disrupted increasingly everywhere today, and in Africa as well. This is caused by traditions that deviate from the Word and through influences from western society. Therefore these conferences meet a real need, especially for young families and their children.