The vision of the mediAfrique school is to equip French-speaking Christians to become media missionaries, capable of effectively communicating the Gospel in order to make disciples of Christ. It is created to be a tool for the Church in Francophone Africa to contribute to church planting through the media.
The mediAfrique training school in Togo, West Africa, equips Christians to make God’s Word available in different forms of media. The course curriculum includes: theory of communication, discovery Bible studies using media, missiology, journalism, script-writing, radio drama, digital communication, social media, etc.
The rapid growth of African cities is leading to the rapid growth of the Church. To this end, we believe that through the training of media professionals, the Church in Africa will be able to raise its voice among all social strata: the rich, the poor, the young and the old, the faithful and the indifferent, especially in urban areas. It is within this framework that mediAfrique was created in Lomé in 2008 jointly by IBRA MEDIA (Sweden) and Radio Worldwide (England), under the auspices of the Church of the Assemblies of God in Togo.