The LSM is an annual training programme to ensure that young people from all over Africa are equipped with an unquenchable passion for missions and revival towards the pursuit of the expansion of God’s kingdom in their communities and to the ends of the earth.
At our 2019 session, the students had the opportunity to put into practice what they had learned during the training in Accra.
The mission field outreaches included ministry at 11 schools and Jesus Film Campaigns at 9 villages. A total of 4,836 people were reached with the Gospel: 3,389 at the school outreaches and 1,258 through the Jesus Film Campaigns. Other people were also reached through house-to-house evangelism at Zamashegu.
In 2019, there were 34 students in total from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Namibia, Liberia, Benin, Zambia, Zimbabwe/Eswatini, Cameroon, and Burkina Faso.
During the field outreaches, we also distributed 300 water filters to needy families.
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STUDENTS FROM 9 DIFFERENT NATIONS IN 2019
WATER FILTERS DISTRIBUTED IN FIELD OUTREACH
PEOPLE REACHED IN FIELD OUTREACH
Noreen's Crazy Faith
“For me, the ministry makes more sense than an eight-to-five job,” explains Noreen. “My ambition is to serve Him.”
Noreen was born and raised in Kenya, and after completing high school, she started a technical course for journalism and public relations for three years. Eight years later, she began to use her passion for media in ministry.
Noreen remarks that she has been able to use her passion in three different churches in Nairobi, Kenya, to help clean their social media platforms and aid in communications.
“I love the fact that every place where I’ve worked and left, at least I’ve left it with something running,” she says.