CHARLOTTE, NC — Bruce Johnson, fresh from greeting America’s second Ebola patient to Emory Hospital in Atlanta, now faced fifty reporters and twenty-five camera operators eager to present his words to audiences throughout America and across the world.
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Part of TEN3’s dream is to enable Africans not only to follow the model of godly computer training but also to replicate it.
In 2000, a pastor* from another African country traveled hundreds of miles to Jos because he shared that dream. Continue reading
One of the joys of visiting Christians in other cultures is hearing their style of worship. Whether a familiar tune with foreign words or voices or a new song reflecting their musical heritage, their music always reminds me of Revelation’s promise of a great multitude from every tongue, tribe and nation worshiping together in Heaven.
Here are five songs performed by the staff members of the ECWA Information and Computer Sciences Institute. Some were recorded during their morning devotions, while others were part of the school’s 20th anniversary celebrations.