African Natives Ordination Ushers Local Mission

Olivet Assembly Zambia will usher the native mission era with the ordination of three intern pastors. The successful story of Olivet High School (OHS) in Zambia has brought a shift allowing the native mission to open up greatly.

The missionaries with the heart of the Lord seeing the sheep without a shepherd implemented a system of reaching out to the youth providing them opportunities to grow with pure and longing hearts towards God’s love and grace.

The OHS system in Zambia with a team of five administrative positions as principal, chaplain and three licensed teachers manages about 50 students. Three local members that are studying at Olivet Theological College and Seminary (OTCS) online were nominated for the OA Zambia leadership.

The OHS became a platform to raise local leaders through providing educational opportunities to attract many students.

The three native leaders Gasto, Ruth and Tresphod allow three cities to be established strongly as the base of Zambia in Lusaka, Kitwe and Ndola.

This Sunday the three native members are to be ordained, let us pray for the great mission development, for the Holy Spirit to empower native leaders and to rain down grace upon this beautiful continent of Africa.