Africa is diverse: more than fifty countries and thousands of tribes, each of which has its own language and distinct culture, their customs, traditions and beliefs. Often as Western missionaries it is difficult to understand the local population, and spreading the Gospel becomes extremely challenging. That is why the missionary school for the local population is an important key factor in achieving ethnic northeastern Africa. Thanks to our cooperation with the Pentecostal Evangelical Association of Africa, we have access to a huge human resource. Our goal is to mobilize, teach and help our graduates to open new churches.
Equipped for the missionary work of the local Christians, we will achieve much better results than in the case when we send to an unlimited number of African tribes and limitless number of Western missionaries.
The first group of students started training in February 2016. Education in the school lasts for several months, after which our graduates are opening new churches. Every few months the students come back for additional training.
We plan for the first 5 years to prepare more than 200 missionaries and open the 100 churches in East Africa.
Each of you can become a part of the development of the African missionary movement:
- If you are a teacher, teach here;
- Come and help in the first weeks of the new church;
- Keep the new ministry in prayer;
- Support financially education of a missionary.
Become a partner in planting a new church!
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