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Ghana’s Christians Divided Over Proposed Monument to National Unity
Economic woes halt progress on President Nana Akufo-Addo’s planned cathedral as criticism turns increasingly religious.
Christian Conservationists Sue to Protect Ghana Forest
Bauxite mining would threaten birds, plants, and clean water.
Baptisms Turn Deadly with South African Floods
Christians must find ways to adapt to impacts of climate change, experts say.
Missionary Pilot Imprisoned in Mozambique
MAF’s Ryan Koher and two South African volunteers have been detained since November 4 on suspicion of helping Islamist insurgents in Cabo Delgado.
Christians Meeting in Nairobi Call for Climate Change Promises to be Fulfilled
Unmet financial commitments expected to be hot topic at COP27 gathering in Egypt.
Missionary Pilots Fly Endangered Gazelles to Safety
Christian group works with conservationists in Chad to help antelope on the brink of extinction.
Looking for Independence from Western Funds, African Methodists Turn to Farming
Church agricultural initiative is supporting rice, corn, pigs, and other crops from Liberia to Mozambique.
Church Asks for Help Feeding People and Animals in Ethiopia
Christians share grazing pasture as climate crisis devastates the region.
Faith Leads Doctor Back to Zimbabwe
Amid ongoing turmoil in national health system, orthopedic surgeon practices “practical Christianity.”
Conservation Group Tries One More Thing to Preserve an African Woodland: Prayer
A Rocha Kenya cites WhatsApp intercession group as key to saving habitat for owls, shrews, and other endangered creatures.
Ghana Churches Push Law to Combat Promotion of Homosexuality
Parliament is set to debate a controversial bill that would increase sentences for same-sex relationships and ban advocacy rights groups.
Jesus Loves the Brown Pop-Eyed Atewa Slippery Frog
In Ghana, the church is at the center of a bold new conservation effort.