I'm still coming terms with the reality that Nigeria has a current population of 170 million people. High fertility rates mean there will be 300 million Nigerians within the next 25 years.
Sub-saharan Africa is in the midst of a population explosion that will continue for at least the next fifty years. Even tiny Liberia, has doubled its population since 1995 despite two horrific civil wars, the last of which finished in 2003. Everywhere you go there are children and young people.
Do we really think that our current methods and funding strategies can stretch far enough, and move quickly enough to reach Africa's millions?
Jesus sent his disciples out, two by two, with empty wallets. The resources are in the harvest.