7:38 AM Harts for Africa 0 Comments

We have heard it said that Christianity is a mile wide and an inch deep in Africa. This could also be said in many parts of the world. Christianity is about being changed into the best person you can be, by following Christ. Unfortunately many churches fail to teach people how to grow into themselves. For that to change we need to disciple Africans in vibrant, healthy churches. If these churches become large enough they will start to shape the nation.

As Christians we need to focus on helping others to grow into who they were created to be, anything else we do is temporary. When a country's government says they have had enough of churches not teaching Christianity, it's time for an example to be established, that can be a guide to good people with good hearts that may be doing the wrong thing, as they have never been demonstrated the right thing.

Inward looking churches are the norm, though are we not called to make disciples of all nations? As a family we are committed to developing nations through building healthy, committed people in a place that brings the best out of them. In turn these people can change their nation to become a place where everybody is given the opportunity to live free and with a good standard of living. The way to do this is to partner together to build an authentic church.

The best place to build this church is where the people of most influence live, the place where people come to live for a short time before returning to their homes. This place is usually the capital city of a nation.

If you see this as a worthwhile strategy as I do, why not sow into it by using the links on this page or contacting us.