Mission statement: Agape Prayer Ministry exists to transform lives and empower believers in prayer.
Our Vision : May Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Our Goal: Our goal is that prayer is active, alive and an important way for God’s people to come into a deeper, more intimate love relationship with GOD and experience HIS presence through worship, praise, and prayer. Active, purposeful, and unceasing prayer is an important means to discern GOD’s direction and leading for our lives and for our communities. Prayer is a way to transform us through the holiness of our FATHER, the love of CHRIST and working of the HOLY SPIRIT. Through obedience to the FATHER, a greater exercising of our authority to do HIS work through JESUS love and a greater releasing of the HOLY SPIRIT’s power and love. All honor and glory and praise goes to GOD when HIS will brings salvation and healing, defeating the works of Satan.
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Goal: The conference main goal was connecting children and youths to big story Jesus through historical Bible engagement of the theme, teaching seasons, games and sports. Giving opportunities to children to participate in the nation rebuilding.
Theme: Jesus redemptive story of rebuilding God’s temple (Ezra 3:8-12)
SPECIAL NEEDS COMMUNITY OUT REACH MISSION AT PALORINYA REFUGEE CAMP
AHIO together with Scripture Union South Sudan ministry working among the refugee camps, with the support from Mama Susan a missionary from African land missions Uganda are preparing for the above mentioned mission to take place in Palorinya Refugee settlement targeting to two Zones in five days. The mission is scheduled as implementation strategy result of need assessment done in April 2018.
We are hoping that this mission will set us a foundation of reaching to the people with special needs. From our need assessment report of April 2018, there are many people with special needs who are kept at home have no access to hear the Gospel and are considered helpless people with in the refugee settlement in Uganda.