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     Examples of MCFs

    ZAMBIA

    History: The Zambia Military Christian Fellowship (MCF) started with two separate groups - one for soldiers in 1990 and another for officers in 1991, which met in the officers mess. The two fellowships merged in 1994 as Military Christian Fellowship MCF (Zambia).

    Activities: MCF activities include Bible study and fellowship; visits to military hospitals to pray and spiritually encourage patients; ministerial visits and departmental lunch hour fellowships for encouragements, prayer and worship. The MCF raises funds through things like tea parties, luncheons, dinners, concerts, and tours.

    Goals: To reach out to every military cantonment and establish MCFs in each by the end of 2008. To conduct major crusades in all military barracks with the sole purpose of winning souls of over 200 in each crusade. To conduct HIV/AIDS awareness support to service personnel and their families and the nearby communities, and especially to believers.

    UKRAINE

    History: Military Christians have formed two groups in Ukraine, largely in response to the varying needs of multiple Christian denominations in Ukraine. OXBY was started in 1992 and was officially registered with the Ukrainian government in 2000 as an all-Ukrainian social organization, with representation in most of Ukrainian's oblasts. The All-Ukrainian Military Christian Brotherhood (AMCB) was formed in 2000 and acts as a bridge between the Ministry of Religious Affairs and individual church leaders.

    Goals: sharing Christ with military personnel in Ukraine; establishing a multi-confessional chaplaincy (AMCB).

    Activities: OXBY activities include publication of a high-quality newspaper and monthly prayer bulletin, conducting English language evangelistic camps, and hosting semi-annual pray and plan conferences. AMCB holds clergy training events in preparation for a chaplaincy and other activities.

    SOUTH KOREA

    History: In 1954 a Korean officer was sent to a U.S. infantry school as an instructor. During that time he met American military personnel who met for prayer and fellowship. When the Korean officer returned to Korea in 1956 he began a fellowship of other officers who were Christians. The fellowship grew quickly, and today the military Christian fellowship of Korea has over 50,000 individual members, has hosted several AMCF world conferences, and sends out missionaries to other MCFs around the world. Click here to go to their website.

    Goals: The goals of the MCF of Korea are to spread the gospel among the military and civilian cultures in South Korea and around the globe. They pray to convert at least 75% of the ROK military to Christ.

    Activities: The MCF of Korea carries out numerous evangelism activities each year among officers and NCOs, including conferences and faith camps at the Army/Navy/Air Force service HQs compound, small group Bible studies, and evangelism activities at boot camps and in units.

    GUATEMALA

    History: In 1994 a military officer was invited to attend an AMCF conference. At that time he was not very familiar with the world-wide military Christian fellowship movement. After the conference, however, he was very excited by what he had learned and promptly started an MCF in Guatemala.

    Goal: to promote the gospel of Christ among Guatemala’s military and police forces.

    Activities: Activities include monthly prayer breakfasts, publication of a monthly newsletter, monthly leader training, weekly dawn prayer walks in military housing areas, and an annual conference. Additionally, the MCF of Guatemala was involved in helping bring a chaplaincy to the nation.

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