VISION AND MISSION

Our vision is to mobilize Africans and others to transform Africa for Christ. Our mission is to honor our Lord Jesus Christ by taking His love to people who are most vulnerable and have the least opportunity of hearing the good news. We are committed to demonstrating His compassion to the poor and unreached people in a holistic manner. We proclaim the message of Jesus by word of hope and deeds of compassion!

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MISSIONS

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2020 MISSION TRIPS RESCHEDULED

Cote d’Ivoire |Ethiopia |Ghana |Niger | Nigeria  Togo | Uganda

Our mission trips for this year have been rescheduled because of COVID-19. For further information, contact us at mail@adonaipartners.org

THRIVE CAMPAIGN

If you can’t go on a trip at this time, you can send someone – by your prayers, financial support and your advocacy? Everyone can do something! Please support our Thrive GoFundMe Campaign to help us build a future for the children at the Adonai School in Arut, Uganda.  link.
Adonai Partners is where faith meets works … and love takes action!

MEDIA

BARNABAS GATHERING 2020

Barnabas was a very remarkable man in the New Testament. He was not one of the Twelve Apostles but without him, we would probably not have Paul’s fruitful ministry and the benefit of his many Epistles today. The Apostles chose the perfect Christian name for Joses of Cyprus when they called him Barnabas — Son of Encouragement. Bringing together donors, partners, team members and individuals interested in missions, Barnabas Gathering is where we celebrate what God has been doing in the past 13 years as ordinary people use their skills and passions to impact others for Christ. Please mark your calendar for November 7, 2020. RSVP online here

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PRAYER

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PRAYER NEWSLETTER

Compassion involves experiencing the pain of another, it means “to suffer together.” It is the deep feeling you get on the inside when you are confronted with someone’s suffering and you actually do something to relieve that suffering. Compassion requires those feelings and thoughts to include the willingness to help. You’ve got to do something about it! Jesus demonstrated compassion when He went through the villages of Judea and saw the conditions in which the people lived. He preached the Gospel to them, beyond words. He fed the people, healed them and set free those oppressed by demons. He didn’t stop there. He commanded His followers to do the same!

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