THE "WHY" BEHIND WHAT WE DO
Messiah Missions for Africa has been active in Liberia, since 1993.
MMFA has established schools for children from preschool to the 12th grade, and churches, which presently provides worship and discipleship to several hundreds of members.
In addition, Messiah Missions for Africa is also developing innovative ministries for evangelizing in an ever-widening area of the country, from business and agricultural programs to the construction of schools and churches.
To evangelize the lost through the establishment of Bible believing, systematic Bible teaching, and holistic Bible living churches in which people discover and demonstrate authentic Christian living. Recognized as a leader in education, MMFA inspires each community member to discover, explore, and be holistically prepared to contribute to the community and nation through K-12 education and service to others throughout Africa to the glory of God.
To provide an environment that promotes personal development through active church membership and biblical discipleship that guides each member to serve their families, church, communities, and nation with overt biblical values. MMFA mission is to provide outstanding education for children from preschool through 12th grade in a healthy environment; developing men and women into capable, committed, contributing role models in the church, school, community, and workplace.
PURPOSE & GOALS OF THE MISSION
To evangelize the lost through personal develop-making, visitations, and preaching the Word of God.
To provide sound, biblical education for children from preschool through 12th grade
To edify believers through the systematic teaching of the Bible.
To develop men and women into capable, committed, contributing leaders in the church, school, community, and workplace.
To establish fundamental Bible churches around Africa through an energetic missionary program undertaken by nationals.
To develop men and women with morally and socially profitable lifestyles who will build a foundation for enduring families and community structures.
THE LEADERSHIP & AREA SERVED NARRATIVE
Rev. David Kezzelewule Ballah and his wife Cerena have been working in Liberia, West Africa since 1993.A native of Liberia and member of the Lorma Tribe, Rev. Ballah returned to his homeland after graduating from the Philadelphia College of Bible now Philadelphia Biblical University and Grand Rapids Theological Seminary.
Already established under Messiah Mission for Africa and under Rev. Ballah’s leadership are schools and churches throughout rural Liberia. In addition, Messiah Mission for Africa is also developing innovative ministries for evangelizing an ever-widening area of the country, from business and agricultural programs to the construction of sister churches.
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In recent years, Christian missionaries have been leaving the vital mission field that is Africa due to civil unrest and financial problems. Mission agencies too have closed their doors and have no plans to return to the region or to continue with financial support. As a result, Christian nationals have been left to continue the work of missions on their own.
Messiah Mission for Africa believes that it is time that missionary work is entrusted to nationals.