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.

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Latest Blog

The 10 Year Celebration Was A Great Success As I begin this update, I am reminded of how blessed we are to be supported by such wonderful people. The 10 Year Celebration banquet in Katy, Texas last month was a huge success, and I believe highlighted what God has been doing through AOM in Mozambique. […]

We need your help.  We are one week out from our 10 year celebration and fundraising banquet plus a silent auction that will be held on November 10th in Katy, Texas. Here is how you can help. 1)  There is still time to reserve your seat and join in the celebration. That being said, we […]

Celebrating Ten Years in Mozambique! We can’t believe we are in the final stages of preparing for our 10 year celebration of all that God as done through the African Outreach Ministries and the Harris family in Mozambique, Africa. The board would like to make you aware of the many ways you can support this […]

Dear Friends, In the popular kids movie Madagascar, the lemurs sang a song with the words, “You’ve got to move it, move it. You’ve got to move it, move it.” Well that song has been our modus operandi for the last couple months. We hosted three South African mission interns for for three weeks starting […]