Accomplishing the Great Commission One Trained Pastor at a Time!

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our continuous prayer is that god would provide people  just like you who will come alongside us in prayer and in financial support.

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Our Mission is simple.

The Mission the Lord has given us is the only true mission of His church.

given to us in matthew 28:19-20: “Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

The way we have been called to accomplish this mission is by:

training national pastors and equipping them to train other national pastors throughout the americas and Africa.

Our pastors have a dynamic advantage.

Pastors trained by us bring the Gospel to people that only they can reach. They gain Biblical knowledge as well as practical knowledge in how to study God’s Word and execute the Great Commission. They then bring it back to their indigenous communities as trusted, respected missionaries to their local communities.

Our Vision is life-changing.

The lord has called us to provide ministry training for pastors and leaders who are, due to geographic barriers or economic limitations, without access. our goal is not to provide a higher academic education, but instead, a basic training for a higher calling that will result in a fruitful ministry.

 we desire to equip god’s men to effectively serve by using kingdom principles found in god’s holy word.

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Our Team

Men from all across the americas and Africa work together to fulfill the Great Commission, One Trained Pastor at a Time.

Our Impact

God continues to bless us graciously as we strive to obey Him and the Mission He has given to us at Training Pastors International.

Our Work

Providing indigenous pastors with sound, doctrinal training requires perseverance and ongoing support.