Green Point Project
The hostilities between the President of South Sudan and the Vice President caused great domestic unrest and triggered the largest refugee wave in Africa, with more than 1 million refugees fled to the border of Uganda.
The co-workers of CMA served refugees in the refugee camp and promoted the Green Point Project to plant millions of Mulberry Tree.
Green Point Project Film
Love the earth
by planting millions of trees and offer employment opportunities as a way to connect and share the gospel with refugees.
Promote the Green Point Project
Planning Mulberry Trees
Now the mulberry trees are harvested.
Showing Love to Refugees
By giving them job opportunities and Teach Them Sericulture Skills
Provide training to local co-workers
Love to Spread the Gospel and Plant Churches
While helping refugees improve their lives and CMA also building churches at the same time. Currently, there are more than 100 small tent churches and 20 medium-sized churches have been established. Also a large-scale gathering has been organized.
More than a hundred small tent weaving churches established
Twenty Medium-Sized Churches
Gospel Movie Watching
Large crowds gathered to participate in joined worship events.
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