About us


To see Jesus worshiped by all the peoples of the earth.


Make disciples and train leaders to ignite church planting movements among the neglected peoples of the earth.

Core Values

Love God – Worship

  • Experience and enjoy the Father’s love
  • Spend time daily in prayer and the Word
  • Live lives pleasing to the Father

Love the World – Mission

  • Share the gospel with those who don’t know Jesus
  • Go and make disciples
  • Serve and empower the poor

Love Each Other – Community

  • Cultivating discipling relationships
  • Modeling accountability and transparency
  • Love and care for each other

All Nations International has grown to encompass a worldwide network of thousands of simple churches in 48 countries throughout Asia, Africa, North and Latin America, the Middle East, and Europe. Our joint network has sent out over 450 missionary workers.

Organizational structure

All Nations International is a 501c3 registered NGO in the USA and led by an international leadership team (ILT) which guides, guards, and governs the global All Nations Family.

The ILT consists of the following members: Dr. Mary Ho (USA), Dr. Juergen Kramer (Germany), Elizabeth Chen (Taiwan), Gerhard Barnard (South Africa), Wilson Namuwoza (Uganda), Meredith Johnson (USA) and Sally McClung (South Africa).

All Nations initiates its worldwide work from five hubs. These hubs are located in Cape Town, South Africa; Kampala, Uganda; Kansas City, USA; Hamburg, Germany and Tainan, Taiwan. Each hub team develops All Nations’ vision in the context of its specific strategic region. Hubs mobilize churches and workers in missionary activities and support, train and help plant new churches. Hubs have close relationships with local churches and regional networks of churches. Each hub is self-sufficient and has a team of workers and church planters.

The Stichting All Nations Nederland (ANBI) was established in 2016 to shape the work of All Nations in the Netherlands. This NGO is the legal representation of All Nations International in the Netherlands and reports to the ILT. The Dutch ANBI foundation supports the Business for Movements project and is used as a representative for fundraising in the Netherlands and Europe.

More information about All Nations International, All Nations Nederland and All Nations Business for Movements can be found at:



Our regional and national leaders

Southern Africa

Gibson and Agnes Banda from Malawi oversee our initiatives in Southern Africa. Gibson faced hardships in his youth but God changed him completely. He started a barbershop, eventually becoming a supermarket manager. His passion for sharing the gospel led him to minister in villages. After training in South Africa and establishing a printing business, he is successfully leading a house church movement in Monkey Bay Malawi. He also started multiple businesses and is helping others to use business to become self-sustainable. Gibson and Agnes have 3 children.


Kefa Moirore, a Kenyan who grew up in poverty, entered the world of business at a young age to support himself. He started by selling tea and later expanded into selling paraffin. After Jesus changed him completely, he became a pastor and joined All Nations in 2015, learning important business and life lessons. Kefa has become a trainer of trainers in Pioneer Business Planting and church planting while supporting local businesses, and helping street children, while seeking prayers for his continued success, focusing on his mission, his three children's education, and his family's well-being.

Eastern Africa

George Nyaundi, the Eastern Africa Regional Leader, is married to Grace Boke Nyaundi, and they have four boys and three girls. With a career spanning over two and a half decades, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his work in pioneering business, leadership development, disciple making, and church planting. His expertise in CPX and PBP has been pivotal in the All Nations mission, aiming to make a positive impact in the Eastern Africa Region. George's transformative journey began when a missionary family introduced him to Jesus in his Kenyan village, leading to a deepening passion for faith. He connected with All Nations in 2014 and became an apostle among the unreached, establishing thriving churches and contributing to regional development. Pioneer Business Planting (PBP) challenged his business views, leading him to open "Goodwill Kinyozi & Salon" to share the gospel in the East Pokot region.


Raymond Makhamu was taken from his family in Mozambique as a child, but a kind missionary named Peter rescued him during apartheid and placed him with indigenous families. After completing his education, Raymond devoted his life to serving the Lord. He built his own family in South Africa and became a father of four girls, while his spiritual bond with God grew stronger. Raymond's mission work led him back to Mozambique, where he reunited with his long-lost family. He continues his mission, focusing on making disciples, planting churches, and running various businesses to support his outreach efforts, with a goal to reach unreached people groups in Mozambique.

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