Dr. Celestin Musekura, president and founder of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries, explains how Westerners can be effective in missions.
Faitth Brooks reflects on her recent learning-exchange trip with other Black women to Rwanda in partnership with Africa New Life Ministries.
I hope The Gospel Coalition will issue an apology for contributing to the stigma that Africa is a dark place. Africa is, in fact, the most beautiful, colorful, dignified and diverse continent. Let us tell our own stories.
The Christian university movement is driven by massive demand for access to higher education and liberalization of government chartering–both global trends.
When Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe was first assigned to be director of a Catholic mission in the northern Ugandan city of Gulu, she was a little worried.
Africa is poor, but we can try to help its people. It's a simple statement, repeated through a thousand images, stories and charity appeals each year, so that it takes on the weight of truth.
The racist slurs, the frightened looks, the deep and long stares are a part of my everyday life. I am not alone. Every African in India has the same experience.
African refugees and migrants passing through Libya are being bought and sold in slave markets before being held for ransom, forced labor or sexual exploitation.