Monday, September 10, 2007
Announcement: ACFAR is Now Online!
I have a major announcement: the Africa Center for Apologetics Research now has its own web site. While it is definitely a work in progress, be sure to check it out!

I appreciate all of the hard work that has gone into this site and pray that God will use it to raise awareness as well as the needed support to bring biblical discernment to East Africa.

Feel free to send me your thoughts, comments, and questions. I am especially humbled by the endorsements that have begun to come in. Here is one by my spiritual mentor, Dr. Tom Nettles:

I have known John Divito and his family for several years now in our relation through Southern Seminary and local church life together. He is a highly gifted man, with powerful gifts of analysis and teaching, with deep motivation for service to Christ and preserving gospel purity. His particular calling in helping indigenous pastors and churches resist the invasion of the cults and consequent gospel corruption fits his abilities and his background wonderfully. I commend him, his family, and his labor to the churches for he is giving himself to do an urgent Great Commission task, "teaching them to observe all things, whatsoever I have commanded you."

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posted at 10:30 PM  
Comments (3)

At 10:36 PM, Blogger tc said...


I'm a late comer to your blog, but I'm appropriately impressed with your ministry.

Thanks for the heads up on Africa and this wonderful apologetic center.

Soli Deo Gloria, indeed.

At 11:38 PM, Blogger John said...


Thank you for your kind words! If you'd like, I can gladly add you to ACFAR's e-mail prayer update group. Just let me know!

At 11:52 PM, Blogger tc said...

Thank you for the kind consideration. Yes, I would love to be added to ACFAR's email prayer update group.


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