Africa | Nov. 2 2000

Christians remain in refugee camps

Thousands of Christians affected by religious conflicts in Kaduna in northern Nigeria are languishing in refugee camps across the state without... [READ MORE]

Africa | Nov. 2 2000

Danger can’t deter missionary in Africa

Barbara Brown, a high school librarian in Tennessee for 30 years, looks like the stereotypic quiet, mild-mannered librarian. But looks can be... [READ MORE]

Africa | Oct. 12 2000

Alabamians appointed to missions field

Two Alabama Baptist couples were recently appointed as International Mission Board (IMB) missionaries. Timothy Jason and Kelley Campbell Hill... [READ MORE]

Africa | Oct. 12 2000

Christians endure amid turmoil in Zimbabwe

Screams pierced the air as invaders forced their way onto the farm just outside Gweru, Zimbabwe. The attackers forcibly marched frightened farm... [READ MORE]

Africa | Oct. 12 2000

Baptist hospital offers witness to Muslims

The staff of the Kigoma Baptist Hospital in Tanzania never knows what “typical” day might bring. The hospital’s reputation... [READ MORE]

Africa | Oct. 5 2000

Samford students study, plant seeds in North Africa

As the call to noon prayer lifted and resonated from the white-washed walls of the simple mud-walled mosque sitting virtually alone in the desert,... [READ MORE]

Africa | Sep. 28 2000

Missionaries attacked in Uganda

A Southern Baptist missionary family in Uganda escaped death Sept.. 9 after bandits pumped bullets into their car during an ambush attempt. Larry... [READ MORE]

Africa | Sep. 21 2000

Missionaries hit the water Alabama natives travel by boat to reach people of Tonga tribe

A 21-foot cabin crusier purchased by Southern Baptists is helping make a difference in the work two missionaries with ties to Alabama are doing... [READ MORE]

Africa | Sep. 14 2000

Turmoil brings ‘economic black eye’ to Fiji travel industry

The Fiji Islands were once considered an idyllic choice for vacationers seeking a South Seas paradise location. But currently the fairy-tale... [READ MORE]

Africa | Sep. 7 2000

Missionaries use gospel tapes to reach out to nomadic people

God is using gospel audio tapes to touch hearts with His love in parts of West Africa with little or no access to Christian witness. The “Laawol... [READ MORE]