NGMI exists to partner with indigenous pastors to plant churches among unreached people groups starting in Ghana, West Africa. In layman's terms, this means we work with native-born Ghanaians who work among specific people groups whose population is less than 2% Christian.
The men pictured below are our pastors, scattered in various parts of Ghana. They work among tribal Muslim groups and are diligent in building relationships to further establish the Christian movement.
Wa, Ghana (Upper West)
Albert is very well known in his community and has gained the respect of many local leaders, elders, and village chiefs. He oversees the work of more than a dozen lay pastors who work in rural areas just outside of Wa. Albert and his team have a heart for the local villages as well as for the unreached peoples within their realm, primarily the Wala, Fulani, and Chakali. Through house churches, various outreach projects, and numerous annual trainings, a church planting movement has begun. In addition to church planting, Albert cares for his beautiful wife, Adeline, and their two sons, Zuri and Samuel.
Jonah, Thomas, & Ebenezer
Jonah is married to Agnes and they have four beautiful children. He has been in ministry since 2002. In 2012, God pushed Jonah and his team to love the nomadic Fulani people group. Through films, encouragement of education among their youth, and other methods of outreach, Jonah strives to make Jesus known to these people each day.
Thomas is married to Cecelia and they have two handsome sons and a beautiful baby daughter. Thomas is a biology teacher at a high school in Saboba and has also participated in ministry since 2000. Along with Jonah, he too, hopes to raise a vibrant home church community among the local tribes, as well as the unreached foreigners, primarily the Fulani.
Ebenezer is a hard-working farmer who lost his wife unexpectedly in the spring of 2019. He has since remarried and welcomed a new daughter, adding to his three sons (one adopted). He has also participated in ministry since the year 2000 and also seeks to establish a church-planting community among the Fulani people.