Because Only Together We Can

Building a World Where our life will always mirror Jesus

Who We Are

Apostolic Word Global Mission inaugurated on 12th December, 2013 is a non-profit, non-political, inter denominational and non-denominational movement committed to the fulfilment of the Great Commission and like the apostles of old, Jesus Christ is our message, as we seek to bring salvation to the souls of men. We are determined to run with this ‘baton stained with blood’ which has been handed over to us until we see Him.

We have the task of raising believers who will be effective in reaching the unreached as well as making relevant impact in homes, the church, societies and nations.

Our Cardinal Mission Activities include House to House Evangelism, City and Rural Outreaches & Crusades, as well as Indigenous & Foreign Medical Outreaches. We are committed to In-depth Discipleship of Converts, Training, Sending & Supporting of Missionaries, Children Evangelism and Special Outreaches [to Prisons, Sex workers, the Destitute, etc].

As a ministry that is solely God’s idea, AWGM’s leadership is committed to discerning God’s heart and direction in all her activities and undertakings; this the Lord has emphasized is key to the success and survival of His mandate committed to our trust.

And on the strength of His leading and direction, the vision of Apostles’ City was birthed. An idea initiated by the Lord Himself, the Land for the project was miraculously provided by Him, fully paid, cleared and surveyed.

With a Vision Statement: To Present Jesus Whom Your Life Mirrors To the World, we have by the help of the Holy Spirit journeyed over the years sharing the glorious gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, lifting the banner of His victory, and announcing His glorious and imminent return to all race and creation.

Today by His mercies and glory alone, the ministry is established in Ghana, Niger Republic, Togo, Burkina Faso, Tanzania, Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, DR Congo, Malawi, and South Africa with headquarters in Nigeria.

 

What We Do

01.

— We Pray

”Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference.”

02.

— We Evangelize

 To evangelize is so to present Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit, that men shall come to put their trust in God through Him, to accept Him as their Savior, and serve Him as their King in the fellowship of His church.

03.

— We Strengthen

we believe in raising up the fallen soldiers of our Lord Jesus Christ. No soul should be left on touched, everyone and everywhere no matter your state, needs an encouragement. 

04.

— We Disciple

“Fortunately, God made all varieties of people with a wide variety of interests and abilities. He has called people of every race and color who have been hurt by life in every manner imaginable. Even the scars of past abuse and injury can be the means of bringing healing to another. What wonderful opportunities to make disciples!”

05.

— We Provide Care

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” 

06.

— We Consult

For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us;
And the government will rest on His shoulders;
And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Eternal Father, Prince of Peace.

 

Impact Stories

CARING FOR SINGLE MISSIONARIES

Being a missionary is difficult, regardless of the situation, but single missionaries face some unique challenges and blessings. Relationships, time, doubt, and that ever-elusive “until” can drag them down. Conversely, single missionaries can have flexibility, different options, deep relationships, and a valuable perspective.

YUSEF’S VICTORY

In Yusef’s country, it is necessary for all students to take the Baccalaureate exam at the culmination of their schooling. Because of the poor educational system and the difficulty of the exam, only about 20% of students pass the exam and are able to apply for university opportunities.