Christians Under Fire in Africa
While the world has been focused on the shocking terror attacks in Paris that left 17 dead, thousands of Christians have been murdered by Islamic Jihadists in Africa.
Carnage Against Christians
The same week of the Paris attacks on Charlie Hebdo (a weekly magazine known for its irreverent and mocking articles and satirical cartoons against political and religious leaders), Amnesty International reported on a massacre of over 2,000 people in Northern Nigeria. Over Saturday, 3rd and Sunday, 4th January, the town of Baga, on the border of Chad, was attacked by Boko Haram insurgents who fired Rocket Propelled Grenades (RPGs) and assault rifles on church-goers and town residents. Most of the victims were children, women and elderly people who could not run fast enough as they were mowed down by the Muslim terrorists.
Africa for Christ
Frontline Annual Report 2014
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Events and Outreaches
Some of the highlights of our year have included: The Great Commission Camp and the Great Commission Course, Sanctity Life Sunday; National Day of Repentance; Mission to Mpumalanga (5,000km driving, 70 meetings in 5 schools, 4 churches, 3 Mission bases, 2 Bible colleges, and a Reformation and Revival Seminar); The March for Lions in Cape Town; Mission to America (40 meetings in 12 churches, in 3 States, 8 flights, 9 homes, 7 radio and 3 TV programmes); The South Africa Elections; Ascension Day; The Evangelism Expo; Mission to Zimbabwe; Mission to England; World War 1 Commemoration services; National Women's Day outreaches; Missions in the Mall; Congo Overland
Confronting Communists with The Gospel
After the decisive South African victories over the Cuban and Communist forces in Angola during the battles along the Lomba River in 1987 and 1988 (Operations Hooper and Modular), the peace talks and cease-fire between the Cubans, Angolans and South Africans, early 1989, led
to having Joint Military Monitoring Commission (JMMC) posts along the South West African/Angolan border.
Across the Border
This seemed like a God-given opportunity for Frontline Fellowship to preach the Word of God to the soldiers on both sides of the border. Accordingly, our field team travelled by helicopter, vehicle and foot to reach various JMMC posts along the Southern Angolan border. Taking full advantage of the cease-fire, we walked into Angola and preached the Gospel to the Angolan troops.
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