God has always had big plans for Philip Nache. In 2010, Philip left Nigeria and came to the U.S. to attend seminary. Shortly after his arrival, he was approached by a group of South Sudanese who were living in Minneapolis. They wanted help starting a church. “They were like sheep without a shepherd,” Philip says. “And I was captivated by the idea of reaching out to the Africans here.”
We have the opportunity to impact the world with the Gospel.
Minneapolis has more than 100,000 African refugees and immigrants and Philip has now started two churches in the Twin Cities. But he’s certain God has even bigger plans.
“We don’t just want converts. The Great Commission is about disciples,” he says. “So many of our people want to be trained. They want to reach out to their people and plant churches here in America and in Africa. Now, we have the opportunity to impact the world with the Gospel.”
For endurance and wisdom as Philip and Jummai train and disciple future church planters.
For God to call more Africans to share Christ and plant churches here in North America, and in Africa.