Newsletter | Jan-Mar 2019

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We think the new name ‘Impetus’ captures a sense of where the we feel APF is now at: a strong sense of momentum, progress and drive, led by what God is already doing in Africa in and though our many wonderful partners.

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Faith and patriarchy in Africa

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By Rose Mugabi Khalayi

The place of women in African religion is complex. In the past, a common African belief was that God created woman after making man because he wanted to improve on his art. He wanted to reflect beauty, intelligence, tenderness, compassion, patience and tolerance.
The […]

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Bringing data to eVitabu

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The Yale professor and statistician W. Edwards Deming once famously said, “In God we trust. All others must bring data.” He probably meant this a little flippantly, but it’s true that good data is really important when managing any project or initiative.
Data comes […]

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Rerouting the roots

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The statistics tell an uncomfortable story. Across the developing world, an estimated 3.2 million pastors are untrained or undertrained. In Africa, one study suggests that an incredible 90% of church leaders may never have received even one day of formal theological education.
By far […]

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