We believe that:
- The world needs the church
- The church needs leaders
- Leaders need resources
Therefore, we strategically stand in the gap to equip and resource leaders for the work of ministry. Here are a few words from the pastors we work with:
Pastor Kenneth Akomea Koah in Ghana says,
“My biggest obstacles include lack of trained teachers who can sustain [our programs]. Again, most Pastors provide little support to children’s ministry.
The church… can help by praying constantly for a breakthrough in reaching children in rural communities…they can equip me with more skills, knowledge, resources and any other support they can provide to help reach children with the gospel in Ghana.”
Samuel Kwame Aniponsah says,
“My vision is to devote the whole of my time for God’s Work. I do not want any work to interfere with my love for God’s work. Also, I want to feed my community with God’s word and support them with their needs where I can. It is also my vision to support orphans and those without homes. These and many more are what I am preparing myself to undertake.
Currently I need more training to enable we get deeper understanding of God’s world and books that will help me to get the requisite skills to do the Lord’s work…It is my prayer that the Lord Jesus will direct me always on the path I should take, and also grant me all that I am aspiring for in the ministry.
The church… can help me get more training in the ministry and support me by bringing me books that would open the mind and boost the Spirit in me. They can also help me get into the full-time ministry by giving me further training.”
Pastors Sam Adjei says,
“As a pastor, I need continuous and further training in leadership and organizational skills to enhance my competence and effectiveness.”