About this partnership
The Burkina Faso partnership was formed in 2014 and is really just beginning its work.
We have made one trip to BF to meet with our in-country partner, Joseph Dayamba, and to get a better idea of how we can merge our efforts with what he has already begun. Joseph is a gifted evangelist and communicator and has started several churches, as well as a school. He has had a great deal of success in converting Muslims to Christianity, primarily through his loving interactions with their children. We are currently working with Joseph to set some short and long-term goals for the partnership.
Population: 18.3 million
Number of Vineyard Churches:
Primary Religion: Islam
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Ave. Education: 8 years
About Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso is located in west Africa and is bordered by six countries: Benin, Cote d'lvoire, Ghana, Mali, Niger, and Togo. Burkina Faso is a poor, landlocked country that depends on adequate rainfall. About 80% of the population is engaged in subsistence farming and cotton is the main cash crop. The country has few natural resources and a weak industrial base. Cotton and gold are Burkina Faso’s key exports and Burkina Faso’s economic growth and revenue depends on global prices for the two commodities.
Jeff Fehn was born in Evansville, IN. He attended Butler University on a basketball scholarship, and graduated from there with a B.A. degree in communications. God called Jeff into the pastorate in 2004. He received his M.Div. from Virginia Union University, and is currently working towards a D.Min degree at Regent University. Jeff and his wife Sally planted Harmony Vineyard Church in 2007. They have a daughter, Barbara, a son, Jarrett, and a daughter-in-law, Jennifer.
We are a new partnership, and at this point we are looking for any other churches who would like to get involved and help us create a strong and vibrant network of churches in Burkina Faso.
Consider joining our partnership by clicking the link atop this page. Together we can impact Burkina Faso for generations to come.