New campus will facilitate greater outreach and activity in Southern Africa.

By August 3, 2006

South Africa (MNN) — In Africa, Book of Hope continues to extend its reach to affect the destinies of thousands of children and youth.

This month, Book of Hope will open a new international campus in South Africa. It will be the base of ministry for participants in Book of Hope’s NOMAD team internships, which will enable teams to help build and strengthen Book of Hope’s programs in several countries in Southern Africa.

The new campus is located on a game preserve in South Africa, and NOMAD teams will be housed there as they help start new programs, strengthen existing programs, train churches and facilitate Book of Hope needs in the region.

NOMAD internships consist of African students and American students working together in cross-cultural living and ministry experiences. They assist BOH programs by ministering to children and youth in schools, orphanages, prisons and hospitals using the Book of Hope.

Book of Hope is looking for students and others interested in serving in a variety of ways. Visit Book of Hope’s website if you’d like information on a number of opportunities to serve, in South Africa and elsewhere.

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