Lots of things going on with TIS that will impact our vision of a Perpetual Surplus of Donation, Faith-Based Teachers of Children of Missionaries. These things include former students, college alumni, individuals is positions of power, individuals to assist with media, and many prayer partners....

BCS is a ministry of WEC International  (Worldwide Evangelization for Christ), in Senegal, and was set up to provide an education for the children primarily of WEC missionaries in Senegal and surrounding countries. However, the School is now used by families from over 20 other...

Bingham Academy provides quality Christian education within a multicultural community, developing students of integrity who can change the world for God’s glory. Quality Education – Our goal at Bingham Academy is to provide an excellent education for our students, preparing them with the skills necessary to...

Bamako Academy is located in Bamako, the capital city of Mali, West Africa. BA was born as a response to the need of serving parents in Mali for an affordable, quality education in English, based on biblical principles and beliefs. With staggering statistics as to the need...

Haven of Peace Academy was conceived in prayer. In 1992, five missionary families from Canada, the US and the UK, who were members of five mission societies serving in Dar es Salaam, were meeting together to pray. One crucial need that came up week after...

The purpose of RFIS is to enable missionary families to continue their God-given assignments in central Africa, confident that their children’s educational needs are being met. In that light, RFIS endeavors to accomplish the following Ends.   For Job opportunities click here >>  View their website click here...

In Kenya, 1906: As Charles Hurlburt faced the common dilemma of either relinquishing his children to education in England, or abandoning his missionary calling, he devised a surprising solution: he’d keep both. He asked new missionary Josephine Hope to teach his children right here in Kenya....

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