Our Malawian team has been planted 60-100 house churches over the whole country over the past years. With a team of around 8-10 faithful leaders they reach the unreached in their nation and beyond (spreading to Mozambique).
We help the Malawian movement by starting businesses that help the churchplanters become self-sustainable by training, coaching and developing a FAITH fund.
God is doing an amazing work in Uganda. One of our key leaders shares:
“I was a bank manager with the biggest bank in Uganda. The L-rd told me to leave the bank without telling me where to go, how I would support my family and how we would survive. I ended up at the Ch-rch Planting Experience (CPx) training in Cape Town, South Africa, which transformed my belief system. I spent some time away from my family in order to take the training. So without raising any financial support, I went back home to Uganda and started pr-yer walking the streets of Kampala.
The goal of this project is to see a movement of disciples, leaders and churches that are sustainable and use business to extend the reach of the gospel. One of the people we trained in September 2019 to become a facilitator for Pioneer Business Planting started a project in India. Right away in October 2019, she conducted a Pioneer Business Planting consultation with 20 participants.
When they did research in their communities to find products or services that the people don’t have access to, they found a need for a vessel shop, selling of milk, a tailor shop, and a local grocery store. There were previously no grocery stores in the town. The vessel shop and local grocery store have subsequently been started.
In Kenya, an All Nations team has faithfully planted around 20 churches in the South and among the unreached animistic people group, the Pokots, in the North. The team is looking for ways to use business to become self-sustainable and to use business to reach the unreached.
One leader has been discipling some street kids and has started a bakery shop with them. They make small cakes and is selling them to people in his area. The kids learn work ethic, sales, marketing and more while they are in the business.
Over the last years, our leaders have planted a network of around 40 churches with a group of 16 leaders.
Our team is starting up several businesses. One of our workers has grown a lot of cashew nuts in recent years and made a cashew nut steamer himself. He plans to sell these cashews. In addition to cashew nuts, he also wants to learn how to fish.