Sharing the gospel stands at the heart of Christianity. At the core of our mission is a love for the gospel that is deeply rooted in faith, a divine calling to bring the love of Jesus to the unreached communities of Africa. However, this mission, while driven by passion and purpose, requires resources to reach its full potential. 

This is where financial donors, like you, are pivotal to the work that we do. Your generosity plays a vital role in the realization of this sacred endeavor. We literally could not do the work that we do without your support!

 In this blog post, we will explore the profound impact of financial donors, whose generosity and support make it possible for Mission Partners For Christ to share the gospel far and wide, touching lives and nurturing faith across the globe.

The Great Commission in Africa


The Great Commission, a core belief in evangelical Christianity, is a Biblical belief that follows Christ’s command to believers to “Go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). 

This holy calling is the very essence of Christian faith. It is our joy to share the gospel and the message of salvation with people from every corner of the world. The impact of the Great Commission extends far beyond the boundaries of any single region, and its reach has been particularly profound in Africa. 

Through the tireless efforts of missionaries and evangelists inspired by the Great Commission, the gospel has brought spiritual transformation, hope, and community to countless lives. Mission Partners For Christ is honored to walk in the footsteps of great missionaries who have gone before us to teach the love of Jesus to all who call Africa home:

  • David Livingstone (1813-1873): A Scottish missionary and explorer, David Livingstone is one of the most famous figures in African missionary history. He embarked on extensive expeditions across Africa, with a primary mission to spread Christianity and combat the African slave trade. Livingstone’s explorations and writings brought attention to the continent’s geography and social issues, contributing significantly to European knowledge of Africa.
  • Mary Slessor (1848-1915): Mary Slessor, a Scottish Presbyterian, is renowned for her missionary work in Nigeria. She arrived in Calabar (now part of Nigeria) in the late 19th century and became known for her dedication to the local Efik people. Slessor not only shared the gospel but also worked to end harmful tribal practices, such as the killing of twin infants, earning her the affectionate title of “the white queen of Okoyong.” Her work left a lasting impact on the region.
  • Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965): Albert Schweitzer was a French-German theologian, musician, and medical doctor who dedicated his life to missionary work in Gabon, Africa. He established a hospital in the town of Lambarene, where he provided medical care to the local people. Schweitzer’s humanitarian efforts earned him the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952. His philosophy of “reverence for life” continues to influence both Christian ethics and the broader global humanitarian movement.

These missionaries are just a few examples of the many individuals who have made significant contributions to Africa through their faith-based work and dedication to improving the lives of its people.

Costs of Missional Work

Spreading the gospel is a noble endeavor, but it comes with various expenses that are essential for its success. These costs encompass a wide spectrum of needs, including the medical supplies (like blood pressure cuffs, expandable shoes, and eyeglasses), medicines and supplements, travel costs, and more

We also provide much needed resources for many of the communities that we serve such as clean water wells which are instrumental in preventing illness or death from contaminated drinking water. 

Additionally, we invest in the spiritual growth of each community by donating solar audio bibles, which allow individuals to hear the Bible in their own native language, and equipment to show the Jesus Film. These tools will be used by local missionary partners and evangelists for many years after we leave a region. The number of souls who may come to know Jesus as their Lord and Saviour because of these tools are innumerable. And all because you chose to invest your hard-earned money into our mission work.

How You Can Get Involved

There are various ways in which individuals and organizations can get involved in supporting the gospel mission of Mission Partners For Christ:

  1. Commit to setting aside all or a part of your monthly tithe to give to organizations, like ours, who are going into unreached communities to share the gospel.
  2. Speak to your church leadership about committing, as a church body, to be a partner with Mission Partners For Christ in supporting our work in Africa. This could look like setting aside a portion of church funds to donate, making your congregation aware of volunteer needs, and committing to regular prayer for our medical mission teams.
  3. Foster a spirit of giving in your family, community, and church by holding regular fundraisers to donate time and money towards the cause.

If you are one of our supporters who makes our medical mission work possible, we want to say to you: THANK YOU!!

Because of you, people in underserved and unreached communities are not just having their health needs met but they are also being introduced to Jesus as their Lord and Savior.


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