Dear brothers and sisters,
I want to share a testimony of the faithfulness of God. A few years ago the Lord put it on our heart to start a new ministry that we called: All Nations Global Family. This was to connect different people who were once part of All Nations Church, opening ways of doing ministry together, reaching out to the nations in different parts of the world. We have been praying and planning for this vision all this time.
The time came where we needed to put our ideas into action. There are a lot of ideas and desires. There is big potential for a stronger network into building the Kingdom of God in different countries and cities where the people from our church are represented.
I just returned from our first mission trip of the kind. My initial plan was to visit a number of countries in Africa.
I visited Tanzania, where I was able to minister to the church of one of the former members of All Nations Church Bishop Chikojo Geofrid in Dar É Salaam. We had a wonderful time of fellowship with him and all the pastors working with him. I also had an opportunity to visit my older brother who is a missionary in the North western part of Tanzania.
After that I went to Zambia, where we meet with a lot of people from our church. We traveled to the eastern city of Chipata where Mushanyi and Alaska were part of a church plant, leading the youth and children ministry. We had different meetings not only with their church. We meet with an Italian missionary, who started a school for poor families. He has been helping Mushane and Alaska with supplies for the food pantry that they did to help the different families in the church. There is a mountain in Chipata, where me and the bishop of the churches I minister to, went to pray and pouring anointing oil over the city as a prophetic act.
From there I came to Ghana. Here I ministered to the church where one of our people is the senior pastor. While in Saint Petersburg, Isaac took a degree in theology at the SPB Christian university in Narvskaya. On Sunday we met with a lot of the alumni from All Nations Church. I was blessed to find out that a big majority are in ministry. Earlier this year Edem and Josephine started a church in Accra. Richmond is also serving as an associate pastor. This just among those I found.
So I had a trip full of surprises and wonders. The guys took a good care of me. This was a great encouragement to me. I want to take this opportunity to thank all who contributed in a way or another to this trip. Thank you for your prayers and for your financial support.
I want to thank all the people who welcomed me in Tanzania, Zambia and Ghana. Thank you for the different gifts we received from you.
Now I’ve understood that the powerful image of All Nations Church is a global family. Let’s build it together.