In Ghana, we are seeking to transform lives and communities by planting churches in communities where there are no Bible believing Churches. We are involved in training and developing pastors and church leaders living and working in rural areas to effectively serve and disciple their communities. One of our key ministries is to provide educational support, skills training and rehabilitation of victims of child/human trafficking. We currently run residential vocational/skills training in Ghana for young girls who have been rescued from kayaye, prostitution or faced with family rejection.
Muslims are increasing in Ghana which is very alarming. Our ministry is also focused on evangelism among Muslims, training pastors working among Muslims and church planting in Muslim communities. In addition, OM Ghana has projects ministering to prostitutes, mobilising the church for missions and discipleship based training programs, cross cultural missions, through our Missions Discipleship Training (MDT).
There is also huge need for medical services in rural areas where we work. We are committed to provide medical care and services through outreaches to areas where there is no medical help. Our team has the future in mind so we do our best to present futures that transform the present.