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Mission to Africa was honored this year with the prestigious Silver Telly Award, one of the most sought after awards honoring the finest video and film productions. Winners include NBC News, The Discovery Channel, ESPN, and Ophra Winfrey's Harpo Productions.
In 1983, the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster sent its first missionary to Kenya, East Africa to labour with national ministers of the Bible Christian Faith Church (BCFC), a small separatist denomination that struggled to survive under tremendous government and tribal opposition. In the midst of seeing that opposition increase, and two faithful church members murdered, the Free Presbyterian Church sent additional missionaries and funds to the country to build a strong witness that is now respected among many of its former enemies.
Travel along with Missionary Council Chairman George McConnell, and Deputy Moderator Stanley Barnes, as they journey to the West Pokot district of Kenya, to see what God is now doing among those churches with the help of five Free Presbyterian missionaries. Also get a brief glimpse into the struggles of BCFC during the times of persecution, and the horrible attack that occured upon one minister's home.
Great Sermon! Thank you for taking the time to produce this video. This was very well done from start to finish. My heart has been greatly stirred in witnessing the outpouring of the love of Christ by these missionaries. Rest assured that my prayers will ascend on behalf of the work there for these prescious souls in Kenya. May God continue to be glorified in this mighty work He has begun.
john hassay (12/3/2007)
from cape may
Great Sermon! dave, i am the surfer punk on the right of the three in the photo. i have allways wanted to know what happened to you. seems like your doing great! you did a good thing on the bordwalk those years. i still do bible study every week. your freind john
Pastor Dennis (10/7/2007)
Great Sermon! The presentation is very well done. However, the music is so secular that the message is often lost by the fleshly beat of the music - what a shame that godly music cannot be used anymore.
Peter-John Parisis (7/25/2007)
Great Sermon! WOW! Praise God for His children and the family of God! This is a great movie and I shall watch it again.....thank you for sharing it and making it available to the world.
Founder, School of Prayer