Equipping and Training

Our mission is to equip indigenous people to go and spread the Gospel. Because of the multiple dialects and highly diverse and complex cultural systems, Lifestreams has employed a strategy of training and equipping people not only to be disciples of Christ, but also to be effective missionaries. Since 2002, LSI has trained and equipped over 1,200 missionaries among Kenyans, Sudanese, Somalis, Ethiopians, Congolese, Ugandans, and other groups. [ Rev. Mincks & assistant w/ Aromo Pastors]

Our original training center was in the Kaduma Refugee Camp in the Northwest desert of Kenya. Recently seven branch training schools have been established in far reaching rural locations with the primary compound being near Lodwar, Kenya. With an office in Juba So. Sudan to maintain three regional training           centers.                                                                                                                                                     

• Over a 12 year preparation period LSI has developed a trained a labor pool as a dialectic resource for indigenous people groups outreach through Sudanese, Ethiopian, Ugandan, and Congolese refugee populations.        

TOT Project: Training of Teachers to: (a.) Sudanese Refugee population (b.) Animistic populations (c.) Tribal influenced by Islam

• Outreach Church planters and bush evangelists, in field training

• One year social-econ program for South Sudanese  population

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