In October 2021, we gathered with over 100 students and educators from West Africa at our first ever Communicators for Christ conference on the African continent! After witnessing vibrant transformation in just one weekend, we are partnering with schools in Ghana, The Gambia, and Senegal to make a big impact.

Our partners in these countries (meet them below) are committed to helping orphans, rescued child brides, and impoverished students understand that they have a voice that matters. By training them in the five vital skills we teach, they will be set for success that previously seemed impossible.

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From the Fulani clan of West Africa, Pastor Abou Camara joins us at our Communicators for Christ Conference from The Gambia where he directs The Reformed National Church of The Sahel, a ministry that supports 225 female students. In a culture where girls are frequently given as brides at a young age rather than provided with an education, he and his family are using communication, leadership, and education for real influence! Pastor Camara received theological and divinity degrees from universities in both the Philippines and Nigeria. Sharing God’s love he has planted 36 churches and has worked to dig wells for communities with no clean water. Now, he’s using ICC’s Beginning Public Speaking to help female students achieve new, extraordinary opportunities in Africa.


Pastor Patrick Baah deeply understands the suffering of orphans. In junior high school, Pastor Baah saw God use him to heal and deliver others. His passion to preach and win souls began. Leading others and planning missions to other villages continued throughout his high school years. At 25 years of age, Pastor Baah started the David E Gregory Christian Academy in May 2017. The school is solely free for the orphans and the less privileged students in the villages around his home. Pastor Baah’s vision is through the school to bring the gospel to young students and help them discover their unique calling and identity in God. He is serving as a ruling elder in his fifth church plant.


Pastor Mama Diop is a Lead Pastor in Senegal. He founded the Africa Samakag Institute in 2019. The Institute’s mission is to give each young person access to knowledge of themselves as they are made in the image of God in order to release their energy and creative potential to undertake, innovate and transform their community and their environment.


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