The main strategy is through the Pastor Training Center (in Uganda) and the Four Corners Ministry, to equip and entrust indigenous African leaders from many tribes to strengthen and establish healthy churches, specifically among refugee camps. The objective is to establish an abiding network of gospel-centered, Bible-saturated, African-led churches.
Four Corners is very near to many Refugee Camps where South Sudanese refugees have fled to Northern Uganda to escape tribal war. They minister in these camps regularly and come in contact with unreached and unengaged people groups. God has orchestrated the movement of tribes bringing them to their back door and the responsibility Four Corners feels to serve these people is great.
The goal is to disciple and develop so that planters are trained, affirmed, and commissioned to replicate healthy church-planting churches.
This pastor training is meant to develop and commission church planters to send into remote and underserved areas in French-Speaking West Africa. This project will provide deep theological training with local ongoing pastoral and practical church planting training.
The locally-led pastoral training and sending pipeline will help train and mobilize church planters around the region.
Working with like-minded, existing churches and pastors in French-speaking countries of Sub-Saharan West Africa will lead to the planting and sustaining ministry of gospel-centered churches that will engage unreached populations now and in the future.