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ORALITY REPORT AND UPDATE​

Our first training in orality started on the 15​t​h-16​t​h of September 2017 at Grace Evangel Mission Inc. facility in Lagos, Nigeria. We had in attendance 43 participants from Sierra Leone, Togo, Benin, Cameroon and Nigeria. Leaders from different ministries sent their delegates to learn how to apply this skill in the oral communities where they

The 2017 MANI Tri-region Consultation report

Southern Africa, the Islands and Portuguese Regional Consultation 2017 CONSULTATION REPORT 1 Introduction Southern Africa, the Islands and Portuguese Regional Consultation, held 21-24 August 2017 was the first tri-region MANI consultation and also the first joint consultation with a national initiative network – WENSA. The consultation brought together over 100 mission practitioners from more than

AFRICAN MISSION LEADER SEARCHES FOR POSITIVES DESPITE DEADLY SURGE OF JIHADIST VIOLENCE

May 30, 2017 By World Watch Monitor Jihad in Africa In the Sahara-Sahel region, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, along with other groups affiliated to Al-Qaeda, continues to carry out violent attacks, including the kidnapping of missionaries: Dr. Ken Elliott in Burkina Faso, Jeff Woodke in Niger, and more recently a Colombian nun, Gloria Argoti, in south-eastern Mali. In East Africa,

AFRICAN CONGRESS ON DISCIPLESHIP: May 1-5, 2017. Karen – Nairobi – Kenya. Keynote Address By Dr. U. Obed ADMI.

Welcome Greetings I stand here this morning, as the coordinator of the Transformational Discipleship Network of the Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI), to welcome once again, every participant in this landmark congress. Organizing this congress has been an act of faith. It originated from the MANI congress of last year (March 2016) in Addis

MANI AFRICAN HEADS OF CHURCHES SUMMIT HELD AT THE PENTECOST CONVENTION CENTRE, GOMOA-FETTEH, GHANA, FEBRUARY 8-12, 2016.

1.0 PREAMBLE The African Heads of Churches Summit, convened in Gomoa-Fetteh, Ghana, with the theme, “African Churches’ Response to the Critical Issues Facing Christian Witness in Africa and the World Today.” 1 Chronicles 12:32. There were about 105 participants from over 20 Church denominations in Africa.        The Goal of the Summit was to facilitate

MOVEMENT FOR AFRICAN NATIONAL INITIATIVES (MANI)-AN OVERVIEW

INTRODUCING MANI The Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI) is a network of networks (Movement) focused on catalyzing African National Initiatives and mobilizing the resources of the Body of Christ in Africa for the fulfillment of the Great Commission. History The Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI) emerges from a 40-year history of African national

1st African Congress on Discipleship 01 – 05 May 2017 Nairobi – Kenya

Communiqué Out of the great need for transformational discipleship on the continent, and as adopted in the MANI congress of March 2016 in Addis Ababa, African Senior Church and Para-Church leaders gathered from 1st – 5thMay 2017 at the Dimesse Sisters Retreat Center Karen, Nairobi.The aim of this important gathering was to deliberate on various

SUMMARY OF THE MANI LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETING DIMESSE RETREAT CENTER, KAREN,-NAIROBI KENYA; MARCH 27 – 31, 2017)

Affirmation of THE UNIQUENESS OF MANI AS A MOVEMENT, nothing more, nothing less. Affirmation of THE UNIQUENESS OF THE MANI VISION as focused primarily on “The Completion of the Great Commission mandate in the continent of Africa and in the rest of the world”. Affirmation of our MISSION as “To catalyze, (affirm, mobilize, inspire, engage)

MANI 2016 post-consultation materials – Download Here!

DECLARATION BY MANI CONTINENTAL CONSULTATION ( English Version ) ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA MARCH 7-11, 2016 Five hundred and sixty delegates from more than fifty countries gathered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from 7 to 11 March 2016 for the third consultation of the Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI). The consultation took place in the African Union

MANI 2016 Press Release

MANI 2016 Press Release The Movement for African National Initiatives ( By Reuben Ezemadu – 31st March, 2016 ) The Movement for African National Initiatives (MANI) recently drew together leaders from across Africa and around the world at two major events focused on the mobilization of the African Church for fulfillment of the Great Commission.

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