Church Planting

The Living Bread Missions’ focus is to plant viable and healthy churches in Ghana, West Africa and across the world.

We work from solid roots of personal and mass evangelism. A key tool we use after personal encounters in reaching communities is through motion pictures or movies. We show various movies including the world-acclaimed ‘Jesus Film’. Converts are organized into small and effective groups for discipleship – viable presence of God in the community.

We have Church Planting projects in Ghana and Togo. Target communities are rural areas where the gospel has had little or no influence. Missionaries are raised and released into each of these target groups and they minister among the people – helping them discover God and know Him personally.

Church Plants are currently among: The Ewe of Togo, Immigrant Togolese in Ghana, Wandering Ando’s in Volta Region of Ghana, The Avenor people, and the Cosmopolitan cum Slum population of Ashaiman – Tema. Recent work has developed among new settlements in the Tema Municipality. Relationships have been built for work among the Kusaals of Upper East region of Ghana. Currently, the Living Bread Missions has adopted two unreached people groups in Ghana and Togo. These are the Kasena people group and the Fufulde/Fulani people group in the Togo-Benin stretch in West Africa. Two young men from Ghana and Togo respectively have committed to be instruments of righteousness in this project which takes off in 2014. We are currently mobilizing for prayer and financial resources as they prepare.

Several research work have been conducted among other unreached people in Ghana, Togo and other West African countries for new church planting projects.

Partnerships are being sought to launch more Outreaches. The Missions Outreach Team (MOT) leads in the soul winning campaigns which take many forms especially, film and personal evangelism.