Make Plans Now for the 2018 African Violet Dinner

We invite you to make plans now for our annual African Violet Dinner. It will be held on April 5, 2018 at the Hillsboro Church of Christ in Nashville, TN.  The dinner will start at 6:30PM. We are pleased to have Goodnews Peter as our featured speaker at this year’s event. He is the Provost at the Nigerian Christian Bible College in Nigeria. He will be coming to speak on the work at NCBC and also in Nigeria. The African Violet Dinner is a great opportunity to also network with others working in Nigeria as well as catch up on the work at large in Nigeria. You can RSVP to Chad Wagner by email or by calling 615-542-6282.  You can also easily sign up online here!

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Mugs, Muffins and More!

Download the 2017 Mugs & Muffins Flyer  Your invited to Mugs, Muffins & More. Mugs & Muffins & More is an open house event that allows us to thank you for your support of African Christian Schools. Feel free to come and go. Saturday, December 9th Granny White Church of Christ Tea Room 8:30 –  10:00 am  

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You are invited!

You are invited to the 2017 Partner’s in Progress Dinner to be held on September 19, 2017 at 6:30PM. We will have a nice dinner, a great speaker and some reports on the work that God is doing in Nigeria. Please RSVP to Chad at 615-542-6282 or by email at so we can have an accurate count for the evening.   You can view the map to locate the church in Nashville.

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Upcoming Nigeria Campaigns

You are welcome to accompany us on one of our upcoming Nigeria Campaigns. We will be going to Nigeria: July/August 2017 February 2018 We will be visiting the schools, teaching and preaching the Word of God, as well as making life-long memories and friends. Contact Chad for more information at You can also donate online for the trip HERE.

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Rally for Africa

RALLY FOR AFRICA – SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 – FLORENCE, AL It was a bright, sunny, Sunday morning in Nigeria when my dear brother Emmet Bassey showed up on a 1986 Kawasaki motorcycle. Emmet was the original owner of this bike, but the backroads and bush of the Nigerian countryside had taken it’s toll. I am confident that parts of his bike were held together by chewing gum and bailing wire. That was all fine until I realized that was my ride to Sunday morning services. We stopped three times to wire things back on during our ride. Motorcycles have become a primary means of transportation in Nigeria. There have been areas where the roads were so thick with them you would have thought you were driving through Sturgis or Daytona during Bike Week. It was that Sunday ride to services, the massive numbers of motorcycles in Nigeria, and my own affinity for riding that influenced me to promote a Rally for Africa motorcycle event. I figured maybe my leather clad brothers here in the U.S. might rally together to help our hard-working brethren in Nigeria. While details are still being worked out, there are few things that we do know.  Proceeds from this event are going to assist in helping with some of the outreach programs of West Nigerian Christian College and Nigeria Christian Bible College. The event is going to […]

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