By giving toward the CABU scholarship fund you make a direct contribution to the training of African leaders preparing to evangelize, make disciples and plant churches across Africa.
Students accepted to CABU meet strict academic and spiritual admissions criteria. The total cost to educate one student at Central Africa Baptist College is $3,500 per year. Most regions in Africa face great economic challenges. Our students come from a variety of economic backgrounds across Africa. Often students applying to join Central Africa Baptist College face opposition from family who believe they are wasting their life preparing for ministry. Financial help that they could give is often withheld from the student.
Each accepted student is evaluated based upon real need. The student fills out an economic worksheet showing how much they can pay toward their tuition fees, how much their sending church will give, and how much their extended family has committed to contribute. The Scholarship Committee may award the student a one-time financial grant, a scholarship and/or a work study scholarship.” Most students applying to CABU will need some level of scholarship help to meet their tuition costs.
By giving toward the scholarship fund, you are make a direct contribution to the training of African leaders who are preparing to evangelize, make disciples and plant churches across Africa. A gift of any amount directly impacts gospel ministry in Africa, and 100% of the contribution goes toward student tuition needs.
Will you invest in the life of a student in Africa preparing for gospel ministry by giving to the CABU Scholarship Fund?