Outpouring To The Nations is an organization whose aim is to make sure that the grace of God, the love of God, and the word of God is expressed by reaching out with a helping hand. We currently operate in Ghana and Nigeria.
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OTTN is a foundation whose aim is to make sure that THE GRACE OF GOD, THE LOVE OF GOD and THE WORD OF GOD is expressed by reaching out with a helping hand.
As a foundation, we are governed by a five-member board and strive to meet four times a year, with the aim, amongst others to ensure continuity and sustainability of our vision against any disruptions and stagnation.
We currently operate in Ghana and Nigeria.
We are true to ourselves, and commit to always perform at our best.
OTTN in Ghana partners with 3 missionary groups. They are
Torchbearers Mission Incorporated has been working among several unreached people groups in Ghana and Malawi. We have trained Ghanaians, Liberians, Nigerians, Malawians, Canadians and a Peruvian; looking forward to train Sierra Leoneans and many more. We expose Ghanaians and internationals to missionary work in Ghana. We are non-denominational and interdenominational.
VISION: To reach all unreached people-groups and places of the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ with the aim of disciplining them for Christian missions.
MISSION: We motivate, mobilize, monitor, train and send people to present the gospel of Jesus Christ to all unreached people-groups and places of the world.
The LBM exists to glorify God by witnessing to the lost, maturing the believer and training him/her to know the heartbeat of God. We encourage the believer to be involved in missions outreach which leads to planting self-reproducing churches. Our essentials are Training, Outreach, and Church planting with emphasis on community development.
Since its inception as a missionary church organization, the LBM has been involved in evangelization, training of leaders, planting churches and engaging local people for community development. We believe strongly that as much as the individuals are saved, they must live a worthy life as disciples before their final translation into eternal homes. We have a cross-cultural, practical, and missions training program called the Pauline Institute of the Bible and Missions. It’s a nine-month course followed by practical mission field attachment. Graduates become pastors/missionaries, church leaders, and marketplace witnesses for Christ.
We have operated in the Republics of Ghana and Togo, equipping people with life skills and enabling them to live the Christlike life.
Pioneers partners with local churches to make disciples and initiate church-planting movements among unreached peoples. The unreached are cultural and ethnic groups without a self-sustaining witness to the gospel in their own cultures. From business and education to healthcare, agriculture, the arts, and more, our 3,000 global members use their diverse gifts and experience to serve in needy communities. As they do, they see God transform lives across cultures and people groups everywhere. In Ghana, Pioneers is based in five regions mostly in the Northern hemisphere, and one in the central region because of the spread of Islam among the Fantis in the South. Pioneers-Ghana is passionate about Teachers in Missions and launched the initiative five (5) years ago. Today, 90% of all Pioneers-Ghana missionaries are teachers.
This is our core mandate as an organisation.
We are true to our mission and commit to always share the love of God
We are dedicated, committed and focused. We believe that every person will reach their personal best and overcome any challenge if we contribute to their wellbeing backed by the word of God
OTTN supports these missions with literacy materials, motorbikes, allowance to facilitators, distribution of bibles, training of facilitators, cellphones, computers and accessories. All with the intention of spreading the gospel and love.
The network/partnership will serve as a platform to attract, connect and empower social investors across Africa, and OTTN has paved the way as the first platinum investor from Ghana. For the next 3 years OTTN will donate $100,000 annually to this network.
OTTN is considering partnering with AVPA. This is a Pan-African Network of Philanthropist, investors, governmental bodies etc established as a systematic effort to accelerate Africa’s daunting challenges when it comes to raising private social investments.
Secured and Allocated funds to help carry out OTTN’s activities for 2019.