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.

Our Ministry

Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Beyond

Our Team

The Harris Family, The Cuna Family and some 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.

AOM Update 2017 from Lisa Harris on Vimeo.

Latest Blog

There are times that things are busy, and then other times that they are crazy busy. That is the best way to describe the last two months. So much has happened with so many projects demanding our attention and time. Lisa and I have been working long hours trying to stay ahead of things. We […]

Dear Friends, How did March get here so quickly? It’s hard to believe I’ve been back in Africa two months now. When you have been gone from your house for so long, it’s normal to forget where you left stuff! While we were gone, my guys sanded and stained all the doors and window frames […]

2 Minute Update From MozambiqueAs 2017 comes to an end and 2018 is about to start, we want to thank each of you that have prayed for us and who have supported us financially. You are not only investing in our ministry, but more importantly you are investing in the Kingdom of God. Because of […]

Dear Friends,        As many of you know, we are not sending this 2 Minute Update from Mozambique as we are back in the States on furlough. We have been very encouraged from our visits, but at the same time, we miss Africa. We are often asked who is carrying on the work back in […]