Anne Campbell is the Missions Director at her local church and has a passion for equipping short-term missionaries, teaching the Body of Christ how to be more effective in missions, and teaching short-term mission teams to

have an expectation to be used of God in a mighty way.

She has written a missions curriculum, currently in the editing process, to prepare and equip the go-ers in the Last Day’s Harvest of Souls.

Anne and her husband began a ministry called, "The Way Commission, Inc."which has an emphasis on strengthening the foundations of faith in Bible schools and churches around the world.

This episode gives insight into team training and preparation, finances for short-term missions, and why team unity is so vital the the success of the mission. 

Anne is also the mom of three children - ages 14, 12, and 8.

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UPg for this episode:

The Kabyle People of Algeria

 

The UPG for this episode is the Kabyle people of Algeria. The Kabyle have a population of 5.8 million. Their main religion is Islam, with fewer than 5 percent Christians. The traditional economy of the area is based on arboriculture (orchards and olive trees) and on the craft industry (tapestry or pottery).

The Kabyle are one of the largest Berber ethnic groups in North Africa, living primarily in Algeria. They were once influenced by Christianity in the early days of the church and many still wear crosses on their foreheads and clothing. Unfortunately, the Bible was never translated in their language.

Beginning in the 8th century, many began converting to Islam.

Here are some important prayer points for the Kabyle people:

  1. Praise God, the Kablye are experiencing a major breakthrough for the Gospel with hundreds of churches being established. PRAY for continued momentum in this movement that would result in a church for every Kabyle community.

  2. The emerging church among the Kabyle has the potential to impact the entire 30 million Berber cluster. PRAY for a missions movement among them that would send workers into the dozens of Berber ethnic groups of North Africa.

 

Every year, 53,000 Kabyle die without Christ, many of whom never hear the Gospel in their lifetime. Although there are encouraging things happening among the Kabyle, so much needs to be done. Please PRAY!

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