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  • CAPRO Missions South Africa is a non-denominational global Christian missionary movement of African origin, taking the gospel to the remaining unevangelised parts of the world with a particular focus on the Muslim peoples of Africa and the Arab world. Our passion is to make Christ known where he is yet to be known. Learn more…

  • Every Christian should be like a mirror reflecting Jesus to the world; and every Christian should be an Atlas bearing the burden for the nations on his or her shoulders.


    The Discipleship and Missions Exposure Programme (DIMEP) is designed to help men and women who desire to grow in their personal knowledge of, and walk with, the Lord Jesus. Men and women who desire to be shaped into His image. It is also for Christians with a passion for soul winning and a desire to learn the basics of evangelism and missions.

  • Visit a mission-field, get a taste of the harvest, touch lives and get impacted for life!
    The great commission provides enough room for everyone to participate. Moses, Aaron and Hur raised the staff as Joshua fought the Amalekites.


    Operation Joshua (OJ) is a short-term missions program designed to enable committed Christians take advantage of their leave or holidays to visit our mission fields for periods of two weeks to six months

  • Give a year or two to serve the unreached peoples with your profession.
    With hundreds of thousands of people still unreached with the gospel, no Christian should ignore the call to get involved.


    The CVS provides you with the opportunity to spend one or two years of your life to advance the cause of missions. What a way to use your sabbatical! Or an amazing way to spend your gap year and to seek God for direction for your life!

  • Do you have a missionary call? Get the best training for cross-cultural evangelism at one of our Schools of Missions (SOM).

    The School of Missions (SOM) has remained a trailblazer in mission training in Africa. Its international status remains unquestionable as participants come from different African countries. Since inception, over 700 persons have enrolled and have studied in the school. Many students are sent to SOM by various organizations from where they are equipped to go to mission fields in Africa and the world at large.

June 2013 Prayer Bulletin

Prayer Please download the June 2013 Prayer Bulletin here.

Dear Praying Friends

Please find attached our June prayer sheet, many thanks for your consistent and earnest prayers,the Lord bless you

The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results. Elijah was as human as we are, and yet when he prayed earnestly that no rain would fall, none fell for three and a half years! Then, when he prayed again, the sky sent down rain and the earth began to yield its crops. James gives us an example of what persistent and earnest prayer of the righteous (born again Christian) does, it yields fruit, which is an encouragement for us not to tier from praying. Not giving ourselves rest and not giving God rest until the all Nations bow before Him. James5:16b-18

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MADAGASCAR: the harvest is truly plentiful

Madagascar“It has stirred up a missionary vision in us’ was how Jérémie Ramiandrisoa, an Assemblies of God regional pastor from the port city of Mahajanga described our recent conference in Madagascar.

Years of faithful missionary and indigenous initiatives have raised a large Malagasy Church. But there are still many unreached peoples. Yet the key to evangelising these remaining unreached peoples is the mobilisation and equipping of the Malagasy Church to do it. This was the vision behind the conference tagged ‘ECOMIN - Ecole du
Ministère (School of ministry) Madagascar’ held from the 15th - 21st of August.

It was organised in partnership with the Africa Inland Mission (AIM). Over 60 pastors and leaders gathered in Antananarivo (Tana), the capital, for the week long residential program. They came from 13 different denominations/ministries and from several provinces in the country. It was such a blessed time of teaching, praying and challenging the churches to come together and face the challenge evangelising and transforming that large island as well as the neighbouring islands, while the doors are still open.


Another pastor summarised the sentiments of many this way: "I spent 3 years in Bible school but this one week is more than a school, it is life-transforming and inspiring. My family life and ministry will not be the same again".

We want to see the Church equipped for the remaining missionary work on this large island among the southern forest tribes and the Muslim ethnic groups in the northern parts.

“Living close as we are to the Muslim Comorians and the unreached Sakalava people, this conference has helped in seeing how we can reach them”, Pastor Jérémie added. Pray for next year's conference which has been fixed for September 3-8, 2012. Pray also for us as we consult with our partner mission agency AIM about placing long-term workers on this island.