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Lifeway Mission International

About Lifeway Mission International

Lifeway Mission International is a non-denominational indigenous mission agency working with churches, organizations and Christian ministries reaching out to the unreached people groups, serving the persecuted believers and training Christian leaders in East and Horn of Africa countries with headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.

The main areas of concern for Lifeway Mission are:


    • Disciple Making / Church Planting
    • Serving the persecuted believers
    • Leadership development and Training
    • Social-economic development projects.

VISION
To reach all least reached people groups and serve the persecuted believers by planting churches and disciple them for Christ.

Ministry Results
As we remain obedient in fulfilling the Great Commission God has continued to surprise us by bringing thousands of people to Himself. Our greatest joy is to see Disciples made, Leaders raised and Churches planted for God’s glory.

Since 2005, we have:
    • Planted over 4,500 Churches
    • Made over 47,000 Disciples
    • Baptised over 23,000 believers
    • This has been achieved through hosting over 4,300 Discovery Bible Study groups and training over 26,900 leaders.

Working Together in D. R. Congo

At the end of last year, Faith2Share brought together representatives from a number of mission agencies for a consultation in Kampala, Uganda. We’re delighted to report that this gathering resulted in a joint initiative between Faith2Share members SOMA UK and Church Army Africa who recently held leadership training together in D.R. Congo. The training programme was led by Capt. Joel Soti (Church Army Africa) and Canon Don Brewin (now Canon of Boga, D. R. Congo) with the participation of Bishop...

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Casting Lots In Rwanda

In rural Rwanda two groups of people gather together. Gradually, they cast lots and someone from the smaller group forms a little team with three people from the larger group. They embrace one another, smile African smiles and take photos with their mobile phones. What’s happening?This is the climax of Faith2Share’s recent Whole-Life Discipleship Programme in Rwanda but none of the Faith2Share staff had planned it this way. The participants themselves had chosen a cultural expression of ‘blood brothers’ –...

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