On The Frontline

Posted on August 15, 2016

Did you know that our staff in Africa faithfully serves on the frontline, ministering to local communities, day after day? Last year alone, because of your faithful support, ALARM staff trained 20,903 Christian leaders! As we move into the second half of the year, would you take a moment to add these dates+ to your calendar and pray for ...

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Making Disciples

Posted on August 12, 2016

“Many of us had been doing ministry work without any professional theological knowledge. I thank God for this training. This is a God-given vision from ALARM that has fulfilled a great need we had as rural pastors who could not afford to attend formal theological studies.”   —Pastor N. Masanja, Tanzania PLTI Participant &...

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A Discussion with Sammy Linge, Director of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM)

Posted on July 26, 2016

Transformation that leads to changes in behaviors is a common goal of development and peace practitioners alike. Motivated by faith, Dr. Sammy Linge, Kenya country director of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM), works to change and transform communities by developing local faith leaders and empowering those in greatest need. Dr. Linge met with Crystal Corman in ...

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A Conversation with Sunday A. Ladu

Posted on June 22, 2016

    In May, we had the privilege of welcoming to the United States Mrs. Sunday Andrea Ladu, ALARM South Sudan’s Community Transformation Coordinator. Since December 2013, South Sudan has been engulfed in civil war, violence, and conflict. After eight years serving with ALARM—both in Sudan and South Sudan—Sunday has a unique perspective on ...

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The Lord Who Heals

Posted on June 20, 2016

During the war in 1996, we spent two months in the forest. We ate fruit some days, and many days we had nothing to eat. There was no water, and it was like a feast when it was raining, but it was also sad, because we had no shelter to cover ourselves. One day the soldiers came to chase ...

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