The Nehemiah Project mission to re-awaken and rebuild the Gospel as the foundational Truth is a global outreach three-fold mission. Each portion of the mission prepares the ground for the portion to follow, and each, in increasing measure, forges a relationship between the people of the region and Healing Streams Ministry (HSM) with its partnering organizations.
Mission Trip Updates
Follow our Bishop Obi in Africa!
Kenya 2021 – Click the dates to see a presentation
Kenya 2018 – Click here to see a presentation about the recently completed trip.
Ghana 2017 – Click here to learn more about this trip.
2016 – The medical mission has come and gone. We give all glory, honour, adoration, worship and thanksgiving to our great Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. He alone is the master planner, the provider, the helper and the owner of every human soul. The outreach was a great success, in fact it was glorious. Heaven smiled on us in many areas and all of us, both the Nehemiah team and the paramedics left the field with a tired body, a grateful mind and a smiling face. The communities were so blessed that they were asking when we will come again. So I told them that we will come again when “God provides”.
The three focus areas/components of the mission are prayer, preaching, and programs. All components operate under the umbrella of a formal Nehemiah entity.
Click each component to learn more:
I. Mission Component: Prayer
II. Mission Component: Preaching
III. Mission Component: Programs
Nehemiah: Principle of Governance
Balance must be sought between what community members do and what SSGM and its partners do. Further, a role must be defined for the people of the community which empowers them to the critical point of highest productivity. Working documents for each component of Nehemiah are established on respective responsibilities, activities and expectations for the community, SSGM, and its partnering organizations.
Nehemiah: Long-term Vision
For Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom (2 Cor. 3:17)