Africa Mission Conference with Vaughn Martin


Over 100 Mombassa regional pastors attended a three day AFRICA MISSION CONFERENCE sponsored by Vaughn Martin of Belgium. The conference was held in a hotel in Kilifi, a city along the Indian Ocean near Mombassa. The conference focussed upon the call of God that is upon the Kenyan church. The conference included prophetic ministry and teaching focussed upon preparing Kenyan church leaders to overcome during the difficult days that lie ahead. A very difficult test is facing the Kenyan nation, a time of darkness in which many things will collapse.

The prophecy of Isaiah 60:1-3 states: ‘Arise shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you. See, darkness covers the earth and thick darkness is over the peoples, but the Lord rises upon you and his glory appears over you. Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn.”

This prophetic word will be fulfilled in Kenya. Many missionaries will be sent from Kenya into the nations of the world. The vision of the AFRICA MISSION CONFERENCE is to open a school to train and send Kenyan missionaries into other parts of the world, particularly Africa and Asia. Vaughn and his team are planning to open this missions school in 2013 in the area of Ukunda, near Mombassa. The school will be known as UKUNDA MISSIONS SCHOOL. A plot of ground has been purchased and funds are being raised to develop the property.

In the past year Vaughn and his team have held four different conferences in cities across Kenya introducing the vision of the AFRICA MISSION CONFERENCE to hundreds of pastors. The next conference is scheduled for the end of April in Nakuru, Kenya.

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