About Passion Week Ministries
We mobilize and send workers to provide tangible and culturally relevant social and spiritual relief services to the remaining unreached people groups and urban poor, with emphasis on African countries directly south of the Sahara desert.
All these activities are carried out in the context of indigenous church planting movements; collaboration with local public authorities and actors of development.
As we engage the unreached people groups where they are, we also seek to mobilize: engage, equip and connect believers, churches, para-church organizations to their most strategic role in fulfilling the Great Commission of making disciples of all nations.
Collectively, We serve as Intercessors, Local Workers, Global workers, Senders, and Mobilizers.
In the majority of African nations plagued with wars, social neglect, political instability, and numerous natural disasters, many people living in remote areas and urban centers alike, languish in the dark, have never been reached with the basic necessities of life, let alone the good news of the salvation of God in Christ Jesus.
By helping these groups of people through grassroots development projects such as wells, small enterprises, community farms, mobile clinics, small enterprises, houses of worship, and educational facilities, Passion Week Ministries is greatly alleviating their burdens and helping them realize their full potential and, they are in turn reaching their own communities with the necessities of life.
In the early stages of sharing the vision of Passion Week Ministries with many people who felt the desire to be financial and prayer partners, co-laborers in the field, events planners, and other mission-minded believers, various questions arose and we have decided to post them on this site.
We have also added some of the questions that most likely will arise in your mind as you seek your place of strategic involvement in the task of completing the proclamation of the salvation of God to the remaining “Not-Yet-Reached” or unreached people groups of the world.