Year Theme

As Capital Christian Ministries International our CORE Purpose and Vision; and reason for being, is to establish “A Local Church Based Multifaceted Christian Ministry in Every Capital City of Africa.”  Ours is a continental divine assignment, which we can’t afford to put on the back-burner of our existence as a Ministry.  In spite of the other incredibly important and exciting things we engage in as a ministry, we’ll consistently stay the course of traversing the continent of Africa, in the irrefutable divine purpose for our existence as CCMI.  If we lose sight of this overarching VISION, we would have lost the very soul of Capital Christian Ministries International (CCMI).  Therefore, we’ll always, and consistently, come before the Lord, to hear what our God may be wanting us to focus on in this grand calling to the continent of Africa.

We have come into the “DECADE OF CONTINENTAL EXPANSION” (2016-2026).  This time around, the Almighty God has instructed us to focus on a longer-term approach to Ministry Emphasis than the usual Annual Theme.  The next ten (10) years will be a time of divinely empowered strides in opening new frontiers of Ministry on the continent of Africa by CCMI.  We’ll experience a great increase from the Lord, as we faithfully fulfill our allotted kingdom assignments of planting and watering through various gifted members of our Capital Christian Family (1 Cor. 3:6-7).  Looking around our Capital Christian Family, we see the richness of endowed gifts and skills that will spur us towards new and successful incursions into new capital cities on the continent of Africa.  The Lord is preparing some individuals who will take up the mantle of continental missions, and run with the vision that’s been entrusted to us by the Lord.  We are poised for a great spiritual invasion on the continent of Africa with all those who perceive and accept God’s charge over CCMI to expand its reach across this great continent.

As CCMI, we have come to that place the Israelites came, in the face of the challenge of either faithfully and aggressively serving the Lord or continuing to flounder and waver in our approach to the vision God has given us as a Capital Christian Family.  Joshua noticed that the Israelites, after serving the great God who delivered them out of bondage and settled them in the Promised Land, they began to embrace false gods and subtly abandoning the worship of Jehovah, “Now fear the Lord and serve him with all faithfulness.  Throw away the gods your forefathers worshipped beyond the River and in Egypt, and serve the Lord.  But if serving the Lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you serve…But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:14-15).

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