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You are on the official website of SENA (cultural association Serve, Equip North Africans) (association law 1905 registered under number W595007614). The vocation of CNA, SENA’s dissemination site, is to provide reference information on the association’s activity. Association Officers: – President: Mekki DRIHEM– vice-president: Karim MESTAR.– treasurer: Michel THEBAUD– secretary: Nadine KHOUANE– Administrator: Ourida MEZIANE–

September 2019 CNA newsletter

ALGERIAN UNREST: FUELED BY A HISTORY OF CONFLICT Following three weeks spent ministering on the ground in Algeria, Ali shares his take on current events there. After gaining independence from France on June 1, 1962, Algeria struggled into nationhood under several short-lived presidents. When army chief of staff Houari Boumediene seized control for over 13

Spring 2019 newsletter

Dramatic Changes, Unprecedented Opportunities We hear Syria is struggling to implement a workable ceasefire. Could it be a new day is dawning for the people of the ancient Levant? Yet even should a ceasefire come to pass there, tensions rise elsewhere, as Sub-Saharan Africa is becoming the next bastion of Islamic fighters. North Africa Keeps

Trip to Egypt full of surprises

Ali and I travelled to Cairo, Egypt, for a short 3-day visit in May. Staying in a hotel near the famous Tahrir Square—the focal point for demonstrations that led to the Egyptian revolution in 2011 and the resignation of President Mubarak—reminded us of the huge changes taking place in the Arab-Muslim countries. We went primarily

Recording launches in provisional studio

In June we launched our temporary studio, recording twenty 30-minute episodes of a teaching series called “Ilik D Nigui” (Be a Witness) by Algerian pastor Salem. Many men labored long building and wiring the facility, including: Martin, our ingest, programing, and broadcast coordinator; and Jean Michel, a media/film producer who worked alongside Roland, Theo, Arezki, and

A milestone meeting

Thank you for praying for our second annual DDK Network North Africa conference in Tunisia, held June 2-6.  30 leaders attended from Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, and France—all of them serious about developing full training programs in their own churches and movements, through pursuing Antioch School degree study programs. Equipped with the hands-on training we provided,