Ethnos Movement International (EMI) is a Non-Profit Company that aims to develop and activate discipleship movements. They focus on the least-reached people groups, areas and vulnerable communities.
As an international family, they glorify and love the Lord. Furthermore, they walk in dependence, humility, openness and brokenness so that He may become more and they as a person less!
Ethnos Movement International develop ministries to grow in their capacity and to have an impact in their field. It is only a strong bow that can fire an arrow with power and accuracy. Comparing Capacity Ministries as the bow and Impact Ministries as the arrow that hits the target.
Impact Ministries involve the work being done in the targeted least-reached communities, including church planting and discipleship.
The missionaries who go into these unreached communities, need specialized training, skills and experiences to grow in their capacity. Thus, they need the training to have the necessary skills and experiences to have a significant impact in their respective fields.
Therefore, the Capacity Ministries act as a training ground for missionaries where they can develop professional skills and have hands-on experience in church planting, discipleship and community development.
Some examples of Capacity Ministries within EMI are:
- Business initiatives that provide skills training and job creation for the local community. These initiatives are also the training ground for missionaries and financial sustainability for ministries.
- Early childhood development training. To train local crèche teachers and equip missionaries to run their own crèche. Therefore aiding as a form of financial sustainability and training others in unreached areas as part of community development.
- Conferences and outreaches that mobilize and equip the local church towards missions and reaching the unreached.
The Ethnos Movement International is a prayer-based organisation. They have regular prayer meetings to pray for the unreached as well as the ministries. For more information or if you want to get involved with the organisation visit their website or contact them via email.