Commitment to a Calling
Elizabeth Mwendwa, a thirty-nine-year-old wife and mother of three, knew God had placed a call on her heart to start a church. But after a few months of ministry in her Kenyan community, the challenges she faced seemed too great to overcome.View Story All Stories
Growing Where Planted: Church Planters Use Literacy and Healthcare to Spread the Gospel in Nigeria
Church Planter Joy Enoch has a passion for leading like Jesus. After seeing the needs of her community, she began praying for God to help her start a literacy class for those who have been attending her Bible study groups. And God provided.View Story All Stories
Visions of Jesus
It was about noon as eager men and women gathered together in the local African church. These soon to be Church Planters were in the middle of a training module when the door creaked open spilling light into the crowded room. Two young men waited outside as Sister Joy, one of the trainees, went to find out their need. After whispers were exchanged, she led them to another room in the church where they shared with her their life-changing encounters with Jesus.
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Seeing Community Change: Church Planting in Ghana
Paul Yomterah began planting a church in the town of Tanshigu after the local chief gifted Paul the land. In a matter of months, two churches were planted where none had been before. Paul is already seeing incredible results from his ministry by God’s grace.View Story All Stories
Igniting Change in Vietnam
The passion of the students rivaled the record-setting temperatures in Hanoi, Vietnam, according to Ignite trainer, Phan Hữu Sinh. “The students didn’t lose any excitement, despite the heat. They enjoyed every part of the course and didn’t want it to end!”View Story All Stories
Healing a Community: Church Planter Interview
One leader is all it takes. One leader makes the difference in a family, in a community. Monica Mwakavi is a church planter trained to lead like Jesus and she’s making a difference. Hear from Monica’s heart as she shares her experience thus far in an interview six months after her ministry began.View Story All Stories
Training Up Future Generations:
"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men." Frederick Douglass
It’s never too early to learn how to lead like Jesus.
It’s never too early to learn the destructive power that fear and pride can wield in our life.
It's never too early to learn that extending grace and forgiveness, serving others and building strong, authentic relationships are powerful ways to lead and influence others around us.View Story All Stories