Using business to advance the spread of the gospel among the unreached

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Be the solution to these problems

Most of the movements we know are not self-sustainable. We want to be the solution.

Problems

Solutions

Meet Gastern Phuzo from Malawi

Gastern was born into a poor family in Monkey Bay, Malawi. Throughout his life, he struggled with poverty and sank into bad habits, including alcoholism and abuse towards his wife. At one time, for one straight week, he would just sleep outside of his house holding a bottle of beer in his hand.

However, one day he had a change of heart and turned to God for guidance. In 2019 he met a local leader of All Nations, and through repentance and baptism, he fully accepted Jesus Christ into his life. From there he began to break the chains that imprisoned him in darkness for many years. In 2020, he did a Pioneer Business Planting training that completely changed his life. Now he has a successful fishing business with 40 employees and he leads a network of house churches started among the unreached.

Impact in numbers 2018~2022

Discovery Bible Study groups
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House churches
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Generation of churches
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People baptized
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Pioneer Business Planting trainings
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People trained in Pioneer Business Planting
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Business Plans written
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Businesses started
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Nations
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Projects

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How we work

We are making church planting movements self-sustainable through the following steps.

1 Determine location

We mainly work with church planters that want to extend the reach of the gospel. We determine if the people at a location have the vision, time and resources to focus on churchplanting and starting businesses.

2 Field consultation

In the 5 day interactive Pioneer Business Planting consultation participants will learn how to use business to reach the lost, to write a business plan and skills to start and manage their business.

3 Business plan

The participants start researching their communities. From there they gather all the necessary information to develop their Business Model Canvas, business budget and business plan.

4 Business coaching

Through regular 1-on-1 and group coaching meetings an experienced coach will help the participants develop their Business Model Canvas, business budget, business plan and church planting plan. This coach also encourages and gives timely advice on how to start and grow the business and their network of churches.

5 Funding

Once the business has proven to be viable, the next phase is raising the capital to start. We encourage people to find funds locally through a bank, micro-finance institutions, Savings Group, personal savings, loans from friends and family etc. We also set up local FaithFunds to start the businesses.

6 Start and multiply businesses

The participants start the business, while ongoing business coaching is provided. When the business grows, new products and services can be added, or new businesses can be started to reach the unreached.

Annual Report 2022

Our annual report for 2022 showcases the stories of how we faced and overcame challenges which inspired us to exceed our limitations and foster growth. We achieved significant progress in Mozambique and the Middle East, where we entrusted local workers with leadership roles in business training and farming initiatives. It has been truly gratifying to witness the expansion of businesses and churches through our unwavering dedication. In order to sustain this momentum, we have made substantial investments in strengthening our foundational principles and providing comprehensive training to local leaders. Furthermore, the completion of the Pioneer Business Planting Online course will greatly support our mission to empower more individuals to establish Kingdom businesses and make a meaningful impact among the unreached population.

READ THIS ENCOURAGING STORY :

“Finley from Kenya went from being an alcoholic to a successful young businessman and church planter. He grew up attending church but didn’t understand the value of being a Christian until he turned his life around. After realizing he needed to change, he quit drinking and turned to his pastor for guidance. With the help of his pastor and Pioneer Business Planting, Finley started his own barbershop and poultry farming business. He is shaving around 20 to 40 customers per day. He now uses his businesses as a tool to spread the gospel and help others in his community.”

Testimonials

We need your help

End the low self-esteem, the shame and the stress of disciple makers and help them reach the unreached through business and church planting.

Pray

Join our Signal group to pray for a breakthrough in starting businesses and reaching the unreached.

Volunteer your skills

Use your business skills, network and expertise  and become a facilitator or a coach for our people.

Options to donate

Gold

$ 50 Monthly
  • Support 1 church planter
  • Church planter receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

Incense

$ 100 Monthly
  • Support 2 church planters
  • Church planters receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

Myrr

$ 250 Monthly
  • Support 5 church planters
  • Church planters receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

Diamond

$ 25,000 Yearly
  • Support one location of 40 people
  • Church planters receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

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