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Called to Serve in Chad

Although there is a Muslim majority, the African nation of Chad has a secular government that promotes religious freedom. Christian Aid Mission assists a Chadian indigenous ministry that is committed to training pastors and evangelists for work among unreached people groups. In the Guera area of the country alone, there are 788 villages. Only seven of those villages have chiefs who are Christians, according to the ministry leader. Missionaries develop relationships with the chief and village families by engaging in agricultural projects and meeting material needs. As they earn the trust of the people, these believers are able to share the gospel and win souls to Christ. The ministry would like to add more missionary workers who can further the gospel throughout Chad.

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