TFC Global’s International Ministries reach outside of the United States and into the greater world. This arm of our ministry partners with local NGOs and churches in order to legally establish ministry within a country. We recruit and train national chaplains to reach drivers and others in their own communities and countries.
Malawi: Francis Ananda Chipulunya and the Going Home Africa Ministries are building relationships with drivers, welcome center visitors, and trucking companies with the goal of distributing Bibles and other Christian resources to members of the trucking community. TFC Global has partnered with this organization to provide training in sharing faith and distributing the above-mentioned resources. This training as well as resources being sent overseas will increase the reach of the Going Home Africa Ministries.
Tanzania: Norbert & Friends Mission, led by Dt. Norbert Mbwiliza and his wife, Christina is located in Tanzania, Africa. Its goal as an organization is to help vulnerable populations by partnering with people who want to obey the Great Commission in Matthew 28. Dr. Norbert has several projects that send Bibles and resources into the hands of the trucking industry in and around Tanzania. Several men work in difficult conditions to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ at truck stations to drivers in the Singida Province at IKUNGI. Other projects include training in church leadership and small business as well as distributing medical supplies into urban areas. The mission organizes trips to volunteer in Tanzania with many options for service to this community.
Zimbabwe: Brian Teputepu and his wife, Leonie lead an organization called the Association of Christian Truckers of Southern Africa. We work with a group of trustees who work to do outreaches in truck stops and reach drivers while they are on the road. With some basic training, volunteers share the message of Jesus Christ and how to grow their faith to drivers that they meet while they are employed to deliver loads of goods to cities across southern Africa. By gaining support from local churches, chaplains can be in major meeting places for the trucking industry in and around Zimbabwe.