About Us


"The mark of a great church is not its seating capacity but its sending capacity"  (Mike Stachura)


"Afrika4Jesus ...reaching Unreached Africa with the Gospel of Jesus Christ"

Country: Nigeria/USA

Term: Short Term

Affiliation: Non-denominational

KRISTIAN MISSIONARIES OF AFRICA, AKA "Afrika4Jesus" is a movement of Christians fully committed to executing God's End-Time Gospel Project on earth, i.e. Preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations of the earth but with particular emphasis on Unreached People Groups of Africa.

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We seek to form a viable partnership with the Church – the Body of Christ – in reaching the whole Unreached Africa for Jesus Christ.

We seek to tap from her (Church) wealth of human resources, hidden men and women who are willing to Step out of their COMFORT ZONES and step over to where the real action is: THE COMBAT ZONE OF WORLD MISSIONS, as missionaries into Unreached parts of Africa where millions of souls are agonizing in heathen darkness.

We seek to mobilize the Church to invest her stupendous financial resources in training, equipping, sending and supporting her willing and ready laborers into the mission fields with a view to raising the banner of Christ and that of their denominations in those parts of Africa where the Gospel of Christ has never been preached before.

WE ARE THE CHURCH MISSIONARY SERVANTS.

OUR VISION: The frontiers of the Church of Christ extended beyond the borders of every Unreached People Group of Africa.

OUR MISSION: Mobilizing the Church (the body of Christ) for full and positive involvement in reaching Unreached Africa for Jesus Christ.

Our major Partner in this DIVINE, End-Time Project: You.

OUR APPROACH

Missions Training and Awareness: Under our TESAS Project (Train, Equip, Send And Support), willing missionary volunteers are Trained. After their training they are Equipped and Sent to the mission fields on short term basis. And for the duration of their stay in the mission fields, they are fully Supported. This project is executed in partnership with the Church - corporate and individual - who are our Willing Missions Partners.


Missionaries’ Children Education Project. (MICEP) It is a tragedy of this century that children of Front-line Missionaries - instead of going to school, go rat-hunting on the mission fields - not because they hate schooling, but for the simple fact that the schools are either UNAVAILABLE or UNAFFORDABLE. Our MICEP seeks to get the body of Christ involved in removing these children from rat hunting and placing them in school TODAY.

Mission Field Projects Support: We raise funds to support community based projects on the mission fields as identified by the missionary on ground.

Rural Church Projects Support: This is aimed at providing basic worship places for converts on the mission fields.

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Tags: Afrika4Jesus, end time, faith, fund, gospel on Wheels, Kristian, Missionary,  Missions support, Movement of Christians, Step out, Unreached People Groups, Willing Missions Partner,


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Adapted Christian Quotes


“To be a soul winner is the happiest thing in this world.”

– Charles Spurgeon


SALVATION IS OF THE LORD


Step one to being a soul-winner is that he or she knows that God alone saves. The psalmist got it right when he wrote, “The salvation of the righteous is from the LORD; he is their stronghold in the time of trouble” (Psalm 37:39), so it’s fully a work of God and His Spirit to bring a sinner to repentance and trust in Christ, however, Jesus as the Head of the Church has commissioned all believers to be taking the gospel into all the world (Matt 28:18-20; Acts 1:8), and even if we can’t go into “all the world,” we can go next door. Trust God in this; He is the Lord of the harvest.



BRINGING IN THE SHEEP


The old hymn, Bringing in the Sheep is about bringing lost sheep to the Good Shepherd so that He might place them in His sheepfold. All we can do is bring the sheep and then leave the rest up to God. We can’t save anyone but God does use us as a means to save some, so it’s not our responsibility to save anyone; it is their response to His ability, although it is our responsibility to tell them. Who told you about Christ? Shouldn’t we want to share this most precious of all messages?


JOY IN PERSECUTION


The apostles were brought before the council for preaching Christ and told to not preach about Jesus anymore, but the Apostle Peter said, “We must obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29), so “when they had called in the apostles, they beat them and charged them not to speak in the name of Jesus, and let them go” (Acts 5:40). Imagine being beaten for following Christ’s command! Were they concerned or worried about it? How did they take it? It says, “they left the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer dishonor for the name” (Acts 5:41). Can you rejoice when you’re being persecuted and your gospel message is being rejected? There is supposed to be joy in being persecuted for Jesus’ name’s sake, not just joy in soul winning.



NO GREATER JOY


Christ and being used by God as a means to save some. Certainly, God alone saves, but He gives us the great privilege of being used to enter into the harvest and seeking those who are lost that they might be found. I find that I am still a bit nervous when I share the gospel, but the feeling I have after I’ve done that is too great to describe. I pray you know the joy of soul winning.


CONCLUSION


If we understand that salvation is not from us or we don’t save anyone, but is from the Lord Himself, we can enter into the fields as laborers with joy knowing that God is able to save Whom He wills, so it’s not up to us to save anyone. And when persecution comes (not if, but when), will we find the same joy that the apostles showed because they also persecuted Christ? I hope so, because I cannot find any greater joy next to my own salvation than in being used by God to save others.






 




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