African Mission Leader Searches for Positives Despite Deadly Surge of Jihadist Violence

(World Watch Monitor) Attacks attributed to radical Islamic groups are happening on a weekly, or even daily, basis in Africa, posing security concerns across a vast swathe of the continent.

The phenomenon has dramatically affected Church activities in various regions.

But Reuben E. Ezemadu, Coordinator of the Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI), a grassroots African initiative aimed at mobilizing African churches to send Africans as missionaries around the world, told World Watch Monitor the violence has at least had one unexpected positive effect: boosting mission work in Africa.

“The violence constitutes a real challenge for churches and mission work. But on the other hand, people displaced by that insurgency can come to places where they can easily be reached by the Gospel,” he says.

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  • John Higgins

    Maybe the Pope should put together an army like was the tradition during the dark ages and during the Renascence The.Muslim terrorists better not get the Christian world too angry.