Global discipleship for a changing world

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.

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.

God Speaks Even When We Sleep!

Michael’s calling came in 2012 when he accompanied his youth team to Provincial Youth and Children’s ministry conference in Botswana. One of the children’s ministry teachers was giving a report on how they were doing in Zimbabwe. This captured Michael’s heart and he often felt troubled at night as he heard a voice in his room asking him what he had done to spread the gospel. Even after he went back home, the voice kept coming back to him, especially...

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​God's moving people

"When the Chinese come to my country in Africa we see them as 'thieves' coming to steal or jobs and our natural resources, but that is not how God sees them", commented one of the African delegates as the Faith2Share Leadership Consultation this week. During a session focused on the significance of China for mission today conversation moved rapidly to the ways in which migration opens up new opportunities for faith-sharing. We do not need to go to China to...

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