In the upcoming issue of Mosaic, Executive Director Terry Smith reflects on faith, the first article in a series on faith, hope and love in 2018.
The Call to Follow is a global discipleship resource which will help inspire and stimulate your thinking about what it means to follow Jesus within ta global reality. This six session resource weaves together learning, action and prayer through three streams: individual, small groups and congregational so that you can engage in this resource
Although the literacy rate among young women in Rwanda has improved over the last decade, about 50% of women living in the Association of Baptist Churches of Rwanda (AEBR) communities are illiterate. Many are in this situation because of the events surrounding the 1994 genocide that further eroded the ability of families to send their
Since 2014, the She Matters campaign has been a significant advocacy campaign for gender equity that has educated, equipped and empowered marginalized women and girls globally. The campaign has helped raise awareness and support for initiatives that address gender bias in all spheres of society. Millions of women in our world have the
Faith Evangelical Baptist Church (FEBAC) South Sudan was founded in 2007 and currently operates in upper Nile State, Northern Bahr El Ghazal state, Unity State, Eastern Equatoria and Central Equatoria States where they have churches. Presently, there are 57 churches part of FEBAC across South Sudan. FEBAC's capacity to design and implement projects has been
The war in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) between 1998 and 2003 involved several African countries and armed militia groups. It is considered one of the greatest humanitarian crises in the world, yet received little international media attention even during the height of the conflict. The violence has continued intermittently since 2003
At least two-thirds of uneducated children in the world today are girls. Without access to educational opportunities, girls are at a higher risk to become marginalized and exploited. She is more likely to marry early, to contract HIV and AIDS, and has a higher chance of dying during childhood than her educated female peers.
Being a special needs child is very challenging in Lebanon. There is a cultural taboo about having a child or being a child with special needs. As well, there are very few institutions or services o ered to children with special needs within the public or private education systems. The result is that these children
Drought, hunger, civil con ict and violence in parts of the Horn of Africa led to an in ux of hundreds of refugees into Kenya’s North Eastern Province (NEP). Those seeking refuge in NEP desperately hold on to hope for a new life and be er future. Tension and insecurities continue to haunt the region,
A Story of Faith in the Family