This continent has the second largest land mass population and is host to 54 different nations with over 1.34 billion people. The three main religions are Traditionalism, Christianity, and Islam. Increased urbanization, political and cultural differences, and poorly developed infrastructure are all challenges to those who bring the Good News! Please pray for the church there and our friends who serve.
Tim and Andrea Kay—African Bible College
After 20 years of ministry in the PCA, Tim and Andrea joined the staff of African Bible College in 2015. African Bible College is located in Uganda, Africa. The Kays first visited Uganda in 2012 when they visited imprisoned children through a ministry called “60 Feet”. They went back to Uganda in 2013 where Tim taught at ABC for a semester. Tim serves in a dual capacity. First, he teaches at the Uganda campus for one semester each year. Secondly, he works its “state” side, building partnerships and maintaining relationships with churches. Tim graduated from Belhaven College in 1988 and later served on staff (as an intern) at RUF-Alabama. From there he received his Mdiv. at RTS-Jackson. He then served at Trinity Presbyterian in Tuscaloosa, Alabama before serving for 14 years at Westminster. The Kays first visited Uganda in 2012 when they visited imprisoned children through a ministry called “60 Feet”. They went back to Uganda in 2013 where Tim taught at ABC for a semester.
Donna serves among a traditionally nomadic people group in East Africa. These people are hospitable but have more recently been known for being ravaged by drought and war. Her team builds relationships through teaching English and sharing the Word with those who are open to the gospel, while looking for opportunities to support the few believers. Donna lives in a multi-cultural neighborhood where her young adult students are open to discussing new ideas. The team goals are to see church-planting movements among this people both in Africa and in the Western world where many have moved.