Our Mandate

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Our Vision

  • To empower and train the Churches in Africa with a biblical worldview to practice Wholistic ministry.
  • To see engaged, high-impact local churches affecting real transformation in their communities and to disciple their nations.

Our Purpose

  • To help the local Church Discover God’s vision for the Nations
  • To help local Churches put on a biblical worldview and live it out in every sector of society.
  • To help local churches equip their people to practice wholistic ministry.

 

Plan and Goal

  • To Plant this vision in more West African countries.
  • To multiply myself through the training of other trainers(TOT) in various countries.
  • To continue teaching our materials in Seminary and Christian University Colleges.
  • To extend this vision to various Church youth groups and commence wholistic campus ministry.

Sustainability

  • All trainers will be responsible for ensuring that their personal salaries are covered.
  • Funds raised will be used strictly for training-related activities.
  • Vision Conferences are organized by local host committees who must cover all costs for venue, food and lodging for trainers and attendees.
  • Vision Conference attendees pay a fee to attend.
  • Transportation costs for trainers are covered by Samaritan Strategy Africa.

Outcomes

  • Servant Leadership : That Christians in leadership will demonstrate a Christ like model of leadership
  • Lifestyles of Love : That the Church will be known for its love in each community
  • Unity of the Body : That churches will work together to proclaim and demonstrate the Kingdom.

What is our goal in the long run?

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Donate to a specific project need, for example to “20 euros for a wheelbarrow”, or else to a project generally e.g. “Building a school in Mombasa, Kenya”. You can always donate anonymously.
Rather than a one-off donation, you can become le who find out about a project, the more support it will get. So post a link to the project site on your Facebook page or include it in
your email-signature. Or print out the project page and pin it to a noticeboard somewhere in the “real world”.

Spread the word! The more people who find out about a project, the more support it will get. So post a link to the project site on your Facebook page or include
it in your email-signature. Or print out the project page and pin it to a noticeboard ing a school in Mombasa, Kenya. You can always donate anonymously. Rather than
a one-off donation, you can become somewhere in the “real world”.

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