Colorado Springs, CO

Founded: 1993

Tel: (719) 648-0674

Website: http://emit.global

Top LeaderDr. Chris de Wet

Donor Contact: Dr. Chris de Wet

Member Since: August 16, 2005


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $723,554
   Noncash Donations $199,940
   Other Revenue $108,268
   Total Revenue $1,031,762
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $1,220,410
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-188,648
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-188,648
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Total Assets $38,696
Total Liabilities $81,186
Net Assets $-42,490
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The mission of EMIT USA is to train and equip church leaders in Africa. Amidst political changes, civil wars, the ravishment of AIDS, etc., there is a fast growing, vibrant church with a huge need for trained pastors to ensure stability, maturity and ongoing advancement of the Kingdom of God. EMIT provides a non-formal model of training with a multiplication factor built in. Key leaders are selected and trained who have committed themselves to use the material and skills attained to train other untrained church leaders. In our semi-annual intensive seminars we follow a curriculum with focus on three vital aspects of church leadership; (1) Personal and Biblical Character development, (2) Pastoral and Ministry skills development, (3) Competence in addressing social and contextual issues as well as the ability to contribute meaningfully to community development.

AFMIN is currently training pastors in serveral African nations. Even though AFMIN charges only a modest tuition, church leaders, like most Africans, are simply too poor to afford the cost of materials, transportation, accomodation and meals. But you can change that. By supporting one pastor with $29 per month, you can affect the lives of thousands of African Christians. You can play an important role in the harvest of new believers. Join us today!
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