DNA and ReachGlobal Collaborate in Africa

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Here’s a moving testimony from Kevin Kompelien, president of ReachGlobal and EFCA: The Evangelical Free Church of America International Mission. (At the time of this article’s posting in 2011, Kevin was the ReachGlobal Africa director.)

Kevin explains the exciting ways the DNA and ReachGlobal  have collaborated in Africa. This video was shot at the DNA 2011 Global Forum in South Africa.

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Dave Femrite
Dave Femrite
12 years ago

I am excited about this video and the vison that DNA has. I beleive “now is the time” to prepare for the harvest in Southern Sudan.
I am working with some of my Sudanese friends in Portland, Oregon to establish churches and faith-based elementary schools in Souther Sudan. Can you help? With curriculum, information about what is currently happening in Southern Sudan, access to various resources, etc. etc.

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