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About Youth for Christ in Africa

Youth for Christ is primarily focusing on its “Generation 21” vision and it is implementing this movement through a variety of ministries, including prayer triplets, abstinence programs, children’s homes, radio and television programs, and many others.

Area Prayer Needs

  • Spiritual health, wisdom, and provision for each of the National Directors as they lead their country’s ministries.
  • Continued energy in reaching youth no matter what political, economical or spiritual obstacles.
  • Wisdom in using AIDS and abstinence programs alongside other organizations to reach youth with the Gospel.

Explore YFC International

Recent Stories...

  • The Story of Jesus App Is Here! The Story of Jesus App is now available from iTunes and Play Stores. (Youth for Christ International)
  • Haiti Seeking Construction Mission Teams Youth for Christ in Haiti seeks partnerships with others in Youth for Christ who might bring mission teams to help with various construction projects in the island nation. (Youth for Christ International)
  • Adventure Awaits in the UAE The Arabian Gulf seeks a new national director (Al Ain), as well as a youth worker (Abu Dhabi). (Youth for Christ International)
  • From the Football Field to the Battlefield A Youth for Christ football club coordinator in the Ukraine shares about his new experiences as a chaplain for many of his boys, who have had to leave the football field for the battlefield. (Youth for Christ International)

Recently Updated Sites...

  • Youth for Christ International Reaching Young People Everywhere (Sep. 18. 2014.)
  • Africa Reaching Young People in Africa (Sep. 18. 2014.)
  • The Story of Jesus App This is the true story of Jesus Christ (Sep. 17. 2014.)
  • EPray Global An exchange of prayer requests and praise reports sent via email from our YFC staff and young people around the world. (Sep. 17. 2014.)
  • General Assembly Information and Registration site for Youth for Christ's General Assembly. (Sep. 10. 2014.)