The people of Chad represent a rich tapestry composed of different languages, peoples, and religions. More than 100 dialects are spoken in this landlocked country. The degree of variety in Chad highlights the significance of the region as a crossroads of linguistic, social, and cultural interchange. The overwhelming majority of the population is Muslim or Animistic


Though much of the country is a desert, eight out of 10 Chadians make a living from agriculture and livestock, so livelihoods heavily depend on rain. Communities are spread out and resources that are provided in larger cities are hard to come by. 

our approach

We were never intended to live in poverty, divided against one another, with little hope for peace. In the Kingdom of God, poverty, violence, division, and hopelessness will not exist. We believe the Church is God’s primary transforming agent in the world, and that the local church exists to make its community more like the Kingdom of God.   

We partner with local indigenous leaders as they minister to the communities and cultures that they themselves are from. We start projects and programs in the hardest places and set up a plan for them to be self-sustaining in order for them to know independence and the value of reinvesting in their own communities.  

Read on to learn how communities are being transformed in Chad.


Dental Clinic - The first-ever dental clinic in the remote village of Faya-Largeau, Chad has been established to share the hope of Christ and improve the dental health of future generations. 

Gospel Context

People living in North Africa often live by a strict societal code marked by hospitality, reciprocity, and family honor. The idea that God would accept his son even after experiencing much public shame is challenging and attractive to many.  

To learn how hope is found in the stories of fathers and sons, check out The Father's Love Booklet.