Entire WACA region using Live School to train indigenous missionaries

God is doing amazing things throughout West & Central Africa (WACA).  The Lord continues to go before us as we work to open up the bottleneck of laborers to the mission field. He continues to add committed disciples to our team, as we help indigenous local churches equip and mobilize their people through Live School to make disciples among the least reached.

Since February, all 24 countries of the WACA region are using Live School to train indigenous missionaries. Praise God! Our goal is to see 1,000 Live Schools established in the WACA region, resulting in the planting of thousands of churches among the least reached.

Even now, we are pointing LS Host Churches to reach the Unengaged Unreached People Groups (UUPG’s) and Unreached People Groups (UPG’s) in WACA. Right now we are training some indigenous missionary families to be sent to specific UUPG’s in Chad who have been adopted by another ministry.

In addition, we are in the midst of translating Live School into Hausa. The Hausa people are the largest UPG in WACA and Hausa is a huge trade language. We also have some indigenous ministries who will use LS Hausa to train missionaries to reach other tribes that don’t even have the Bible in their language.

Finally, the addition of Farming God’s Way to Live School is proving to be a tremendous blessing to the Live School students, the host churches, and the people the students are seeking to reach. When a people’s practical needs are met, they open their hearts to hear the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Here are some pictures of our students and leaders all over the WACA region: