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We as OM Angola long to see God transform the minds and lives of the Angolan people despite political instability in a country ravaged by decades of war.

Due to over 25 years of civil war, Angloa is desperate for education for her children, a stable economy so business can thrive and political reform. Most of the population of Angola professes Christianity but the church is largely permeated with false beliefs, ignorance of the Bible, and animistic practices.

We began working in the capital city of Luanda in February 2002, and in 2005 God opened doors for us to start a second base in Merongue in the southern part of Angola. Through Sunday school teaching and discipleship training we are excited to see many Angolans being equipped to teach and disciple others. Take a look at our various ministries below and think about how you can be involved in the mission of OM Angola.

OM Angola Ministries

  • Discipleship

    Discipleship

    A large amount of our ministry stems from a “Discipleship Training” programme in which a group of young adults from local Angolan churches are led through an intensive 1-year program, filled with a plethora of

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  • Outreaches

    Outreaches

    From prison ministry, hospital visitations, to short-term outreach trips serving the Bushmen, we make a point to serve those in need around our communities and beyond.

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  • Biblical Learning

    Biblical Learning

    In Luanda, we are running 2 Bible Schools, and 3 have also begun in Menongue since 2014. With our Theological studies programmes, we collaborate with Hebron Theological School of RSA. Veritas: How to Interpret the

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  • Youth Accountability Groups

    Youth Accountability Groups

    3 of the major things that young Angolans fall prey to are alcohol, premarital sex, and marijuana. Sadly, many youngsters were introduced to marijuana during the time of war to let them feel strong, not

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  • Children Activities

    Children Activities

    Through the children’s centre, clubs are arranged in order to rally the kids and share God’s love with them. Camp is also another way in which our Discipleship Programme is able to invest into the

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  • Skills Training

    Skills Training

    Due to a vast lack of parental involvement, most Angolans grow up without particular skills and useful knowledge which helps carry them through life. Thus we have taken initiative in teaching an assortment of things

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