We provide mission strategy, development, and support services to

‹ Local, regional, denominational churches, church networks and bodies of believers in Christ interested in developing capacity and synergy.

‹ Local churches, ministries or body of believers interested in discipleship, cross-cultural missions, new Initiative Development (church planting, ministry building, mission engagement) and capacity building

‹ Any ministry or mission with a minimum of 5 active members who are committed to the great commission but are struggling to build and equip their workforce to fulfill their vision

‹ Any Organisation in desiring development or wellbeing of its community or people based on the Christian ethos

Our mode of operation is centered around the four key stages outlined below;

The first stage will involve sessions with the leadership of the church or ministry to learn the pastors vision, assess the people available as the workforce, the terrain of
the ministry, the unique opportunities and its challenges.

Following the initial assessment, we then begin to put together a plan for the training and development program based on what we are learning from our assessment sessions. The recommendations are proposed, agreed on and set against a timeline.

The third stage involves delivering the programmes alongside the leadership. The frequency and intensity will depend on
need, request, availability and feedback.

The fourth stage involves checking the progress continuously against the vision of the leadership and make sure that the ministry is getting the right results.

What We Have Done

Cross-cultural and cross-generational expressions within established ministries

‹ We have assisted churches, denominations, and a network of churches in developing cross-cultural and cross-generational strategies to help them effectively reach and disciple a diverse demography of people culturally or generationally different from
them.


‹ This is particularly important to ethnic churches or missions amongst different cultures and those who have a predominantly age bracket and want to reach out to other age or status groups.

Church Planting, new initiative development, and capacity building

‹ We have been successful at assisting local, denominational and regional churches in church planting and building their ministry to youth and young adults by setting up the following;


‹ University engagement programmes to designed to reach and disciple 16 – 35-year-olds across universities and colleges.

‹ Marketplace engagement strategies designed to reach, disciple and culture young adults across the marketplace (20 – 45year Olds)

‹ Support networks for newly wedded and intending couples to help them navigate the seasons of marriage within a healthy community of peers and more experienced couples.

‹ House of Lights missions has had repeated success raising leaders and training ministers between 16- 40 years of age within churches, universities, marketplaces. Many of who lead churches, missions and are actively discipline others.