CHURCH PLANTING

The continuous planting of the Gospel and gathering believers into a local church is the single most important strategy to see people come to faith, to deepen their relationship with Christ and further the advancement of His Kingdom.

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OPEN UNREACHED AREAS

Open  10 new regions that are less than 2% evangelized

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PHILIP MINISTRY
(Coming in 2019)

Train 280 existing churches to reproduce

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CHURCH PLANTS

Increase church plants from 163 to 1200

church planting INITIATIVES

open unreached areas

Missionaries will be sent to 10 open areas that are unreached and where we currently are not working. Some of these regions include: South Sudan, Ugandan-refugee camps, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

philip ministry

We are in the process of raising up key leadership whose primary focus will be the equipping and strengthening of the local church through this ministry. Please be in prayer for these leaders as they prepare for the launch of The Phillip ministry in 2019.

church plants

Biblically trained church planters will be sent to start new churches, spread the Gospel, and build community in strategically important areas to see people come to faith.

FEATURED STORIES

Read these field reports and stories to stay connected to how God is growing His church in North East Africa.

Bahati’s Story

“One day in 2012, I just decided to approach a certain pastor to pray for me. I told him I just needed to give my life to God because I was tired. I had sought witchdoctors in vain.”

Update: Unreached Area 2

"They told us that they were able to plant five churches, in within their vicinity in the refugee camp, they were also able to create an environment for working together with underground churches, including people from different tribes."

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leadership

These are our National Ministry Partners that are leading our church planting efforts in North East Africa.

Tolbert Alochi

N. Uganda Region

William Udar

DR Congo Region

John Monychol

South Sudan Region

Peter

North East Africa

James

North East Africa