In 1922, Titus Johnson arrived in Congo, Central Africa, now known as The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Titus was a Bible College graduate who possessed an innate passion to serve the Congolese people. Titus immersed himself in African culture and society straightaway, learning Lingala, a local trade language. From
April is National Child Abuse Prevention month and we wanted to raise awareness on this issue and share how GlobalFingerprints (GF) is actively working to address this global tragedy. The hard truth is that children around the world are maltreated each day often at the hands of those individuals whom
How does the gospel spread to unreached communities across the world? How do we begin our mission of breaking children out of the cycles of spiritual and physical poverty? GlobalFingerprints follows a two-prong strategy for spreading the gospel in life-changing, relevant ways: planting churches in hard places and equipping the national church
Our work at GlobalFingerprints is one way in which the EFCA seeks to glorify God by multiplying transformational churches among all people. What makes our program unique is that we focus on reaching vulnerable children throughout the world. We have four goals for the children we serve, and these goals
GlobalFingerprints is the child sponsorship program of the EFCA. Established in 2006 to help churches serve children orphaned by the AIDS epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, GlobalFingerprints has expanded to now serve children in 11 countries. For $35 a month, children receive help with nutrition, education, medical needs, and most
Orphans and Vulnerable Children are at even greater risk this year, and running a virtual Orphan Sunday is easier than ever.