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

News letter – June 2018

Praise the Lord! The Algerian government has allowed 3 closed churches to reopen!  Pray other churches and the Oran print shop will also reopen.  Praise God for the 30 leaders we worked with in Tunisia. Pray their plans to develop leaders will bear much fruit.  Pray for Moussa, his wife Christine, and their 3 little