African Outreach Ministries

The Echo Project

The ECHO Project was launched in 2010 to benefit the forgotten through Education, Compassion, Health, and Opportunity, because investing in a life today reaps a changed world tomorrow.

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Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Beyond

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The Harris Family and info about our founders.

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AOM’s vision is to partner with the African church to establish new fellowships of believers in under-churched people groups in southern Africa. We desire to establish churches devoted to holiness, obedience to Christ, small group accountability, and with a vision to evangelize to their people and beyond. This is being done through prayerful and strategic training of Christians though coaching networks.

Latest Blog

Is The Lock-Down In Mozambique Over? Last week, President Nyusi spoke and said Mozambique is no longer under a state of emergency lock-down, but now under a Public Calamity Situation at a red alert level. No one had ever head of that before, nor knows what that means. However, government services are opening up, schools […]

2 Baptisms in June The emergency restriction orders have been extended at least for another 30 days, so churches remain closed. Active ministry within the community or villages is almost impossible, so I am staying around home working the best I can. But the Gospel of Jesus Christ is not on lock down! I am […]

Still On Lockdown In Mozambique As I sat down to work on this newsletter, I discovered that my desk pad calendar is still on March!  It was a reminder of when things changed and time started standing still. Everyday feels the same, and it takes effort to know what day of the week it is. […]

Starting Month Two Of Lock Down In Mozambique It’s official. The shutdown restrictions here in Mozambique have been extended another 30 days. Several additional restrictions have been added, one of which is we are required to wear a mask in town. Thankfully Ivanilido’s mother has been making them. Overall, the rules of the lock down […]