2022 has seen APF move forward in Africa, but it has also been hugely challenging here in the UK.
• Pastoral grants and resources for ministry have been sent to support individual needs and community initiatives. These include bikes for rural pastors, local language Bibles, medical costs, school fees, equipment for ministry and sustainable agriculture training.
All this, and more, is how APF are enabling effective ministry in Africa.
We’re looking forward to building on these advances in 2023, but huge financial challenges largely related to funding our essential UK costs put this at risk.
Despite our best efforts to increase income and manage expenditure, the cost-of-living crisis is hitting APF hard. We now face difficult decisions such as asking staff to reduce their salaries or cut working hours which will impact APF’s effectiveness in Africa.
We realise times are uncertain for everyone, but we passionately believe the Lord has begun a good work through APF. The potential for eVitabu is especially vast. As such, we are inviting all friends and supporters of APF to stand with us in prayer at this challenging time.
If you already give to APF or sponsor a pastor using eVitabu, please can we take this opportunity to thank you for your generosity.
If not, it would be of huge help if you might consider setting up a regular donation here:
To sponsor a pastor using eVitabu, click here:
To set up a standing order, use the CAF Bank account detailed below:
Account name: African Pastors Fellowship
Account number: 00016972
Sort code: 40-52-40
Or post a cheque, made payable to ‘African Pastors Fellowship’.
Thank you so much for your continued support and please do contact us if you have questions, ideas or encouragement to share.
Revd Dave Stedman