Important Information Regarding Alliance Workers in Guinea
Because our values are rooted in service during such crises, it is with heavy hearts that our team is planning this move…Read more
An Appleton–African Connection
“Leaving the Pan-Bila girls was one of the hardest things we had to do.”Read more
Words and Wells
Digging a well is a wonderful way to show God’s love to the people of Burkina Faso.Read more
Alliance Ebola Team Member Killed in Guinea
Moise Mamy (pictured with his wife, Nowei) and seven others in an Ebola education delegation were killed by villagers in southern Guinea.Read more
October 23, 2014
34 Alliance people (including 15 children) are directly affected by the temporary withdrawal. “All of our team members are making the difficult preparations to leave Guinea as soon as possible…” In response to this crisis, international workers in Guinea are setting aside Monday, October 27, to unite with the international Body of Christ in fasting and prayer for the countries most affected.
Six people were saved during two Alliance marriage retreats.
October 22, 2014
“With the gospel propelling us, we find our place and voice in the community through outreach.”
October 21, 2014
After much prayerful deliberation, leaders of the U.S. Christian and Missionary Alliance (The Alliance) made the difficult decision to temporarily withdraw all personnel from Guinea, West Africa, for several months to better assess long-term implications regarding staff location and ministry.
October 16, 2014
“It is so evident to our prison ministry team that God loves the lost.”
October 13, 2014
As the number of people infected by the Ebola virus increases in Africa, Alliance workers are there—providing preventative education as well as spiritual guidance.
October 10, 2014
The van began to fishtail. I remember praying as I felt the van start to roll, “Jesus, save us!”
October 7, 2014
A convert from West Africa’s predominant faith reminds us of what it’s all about—Jesus’ love.
Pastors of The Alliance, you are greatly loved and appreciated by ALL OF US whom you shepherd and, more importantly, by the One who called you to tend His flocks.
September 26, 2014
Moise sacrificed for his community throughout his life, offering compassion to those around him. He was not afraid to share his faith; rather, his main goal was that others would know God’s love and salvation. Ultimately, he sacrificed his life to show God’s mercy to others.
“Many people are coming to Christ each week.”
September 23, 2014
A local newspaper highlighted the camp’s positive impact.
September 19, 2014
Rev. Moise Mamy and seven others in an Ebola education delegation were killed by villagers in southern Guinea on September 16 or 17, 2014.
September 17, 2014
While conducting an Ebola prevention training in a remote village in southern Guinea, the Eau de Vie Ebola awareness team (a ministry of CAMA), accompanied by a delegation of health officials and journalists, was attacked by an angry mob.
September 15, 2014
We praise God that the 9/11 anniversary date passed without a major incident that may have adversely impacted Alliance international workers in the Middle East or their ministries.
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