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In 1913 Charles Studd and Alfred Buxton sailed to Africa to begin the work. There were difficulties they had to face such as illness and loss of goods. One time they had to wait before they could get into a country. But God had laid on Studd’s heart the foundations of what the work would be about. He wrote a small booklet and he called it Christ’s Etceteras. He said that he didn’t want to start another mission or another organisation. This work was about nobodies for Jesus. We’re going to share the word of Jesus with these folks and God would be our leader and supplier.

It’s a 100 years of stories about ups and downs. Certainly there’s been countless blessings as well as disappointments and hurts. Stories of deliverances and healings. 100 years of our story but to Him is all the glory.

It’s a story about people. People, who over the years have felt God’s calling. God has led them to Africa and other countries. Each of them has a story to tell of His faithfulness and goodness and of what God has done as they have seen people come to know the Lord.


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