To further the Kingdom of God around the world in accordance with the command of Christ in Matthew 28:18-20
18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” NIV
To empower God’s people around the world through mission education and improved social well being.
WHAT WE DO
Reach local villages in the Congo to help with school benches, farming tools and advice, transportation to the markets (bicycles & boats) and teaching from the Word of God.
Reaching beyond Congo to bring the Good News of Christ. Current projects include Haiti, Philippines, Peru, Jamaica and Russia.
Missiological University Center (Center Universitaire de Missiologie) Congo
The Missiological University Center’s mission is to train an African elite of leaders, preachers and researchers who have been called to shape and transform the world through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
These men and women are trained to become:
Missiologists who understand how to convey the message of salvation and Christian life to those living in the 21st century, Students and investors in thorough research on missiology, and Catalysts within their communities for evangelism and social change.
Fresno School of Mission
Fresno School of Missions is a non-denominational academic institution that equips Christians called to local/global evangelism and Christian counseling. The vision of Fresno School of Missions is to further God’s Kingdom beyond spiritual, social, cultural, geographical, and ethnic barriers. (Genesis 2:15,3:15, 12:3; Psalm 67; Isaiah 49:6-7; Matthew 5:14, 24:14, 28:16-20; Acts 1:8; Revelation 7:9-10.)
Fresno School of Missions is directed by Nzash Lumeya and located on the campus of Mt. Olive Baptist Church. It offers a Certificate and Diploma in various research fields. In order to receive a Certificate completion of 15 units is required whereas a candidate needs 30 units for a Diploma. An intercultural internship helps a candidate to tackle cultural issues with Christian sensitivity and mind-set.
Independent studies are arranged between a given instructor and student through the Academic Affairs office. Three courses are central to degree completion: Old/New Testament, Mission Biblical Theology, and Intercultural internship.
We partner with local churches to respond to the physical and spiritual needs of people in local apartment complexes, economically depressed areas and troubled neighborhoods.
We come along side churches leaders to facilitate a focused approach to community participation thru food distribution programs, and community activities as a means to introduce the Gospel.