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The Grace Project International – TGIZ September 2021 Report

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The Grace Project Africa -> The Grace Project International (TGPI)

The Grace Project International (TGPI), formerly known as The Grace Project-Africa (TGP-A), is excited to announce its new name! 

The Grace Institute Zambia (TGIZ) is focused on training pastors who are called to serve but face educational and financial challenges which prevent them from attending established Bible colleges and Seminaries. In fact, 85% – 90% of the estimated 4.0 million pastors and ministry leaders worldwide struggle to find good theological education and ministry training that is accessible to them… (read more below).

View our September 2021 Report for TGPI to read about what has been happening at TGIZ within the last 3 months!

Thank you for your ongoing support for TGPI and TGIZ as your partnership is changing lives in Zambia! 

Click here to view The Grace Project International’s Page on our website.

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