And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
Our Vision is…
1. Reaching the Unreached People Groups.
It is imperative that we extend our outreach to individuals who are unaware of the Gospel. Specifically, our target areas should comprise regions where no missionary efforts have been made previously. These communities have long awaited the arrival of the Gospel, spanning over a period of 2,000 years. It is crucial that they become our primary targets.
2. Consistent Training and Coaching.
Similar to the significance of sustainability for achieving financial independence, we recognize the crucial role of consistent training in attaining spiritual independence. This training will have a Bible-centered and ministry-focused approach, ensuring a holistic and comprehensive learning experience. Furthermore, we intend to provide coaching to indigenous leaders, empowering them to develop and apply effective strategies for their ministries.
3. Planting a Multiplying Church.
In order to ensure the longevity of the local church, it is imperative that we establish a church that can be managed by indigenous believers. Furthermore, we strongly advocate for the continual planting of small churches as opposed to a single mega church in a particular location, as historical evidence has shown this to be more effective. Our ultimate goal is to assist in the development of churches that wield substantial and enduring influence within their respective communities.
4. Making a Self-sufficient Missional Church.
Throughout history, churches that have relied solely on missionaries sent by foreign churches have ceased to exist when such support is withdrawn. The spirit of dependence is often established from the outset, and rectifying this later on can prove to be a formidable task. Therefore, our objective is to plant churches that are self-sustaining from the outset. While promoting sustainability at the inception of the project can be helpful, our primary focus is on establishing churches that can operate independently in the long run.