Making Disciples. Planting Churches.
“Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
North Boulevard’s vision is to help create a world where large numbers of new disciples and new churches are committed to loving Christ, loving the Scriptures, and demonstrating love to other people. Our missionaries’ ultimate goal is to make mature disciples who will gather themselves into self-sustaining churches that continue making disciples and planting other churches. We pray that new disciples and new churches will multiply in such a way, and at such a pace, that every person in the world will have the opportunity to decide whether or not to trust and follow Jesus Christ!
North Boulevard is currently supporting the following missionaries and ministries in their efforts to reach the lost across the globe.
Meet the Missionaries
The following missionaries and ministries are financially supported by North Boulevard.
The Bailey family moved to Tanzania in 2005 to participate with a church planting team already on the field. They worked in two regions of Tanzania, giving emphasis to leadership training in order to promote sustainability and long-term reproduction of local churches. In 2021 the family moved to Mozambique to lead disciple making work among displaced refugees due to regional insurgency.
Aaron and Marisa Bailey
Geita, Tanzania, East Africa
New Generations is a missions organization led by Harry Brown that attracts, equips and deploys a network of disciple making movement (DMM) trainers. Support for this work includes several countries and dozens of people groups. In each area, disciple making efforts focus on reaching movement status to insure continued reproduction in future generations.
Harry & Audrey Brown
West Africa (multiple nations)
Final Command is a ministry focused on disciple making in some of the most challenging regions of the world. A particular focus is given to the northern parts of Africa by training and deploying church planters using disciple making movement (DMM) strategies. In some areas, training is focused on helping existing missionaries utilize more effective reproducible methods.
James & Anita Forlines
North Africa (multiple nations)
After a shift of strategies to a more reproducible disciple making movement style in 2004, New Harvest Global Ministries, led by Shodankeh Johnson, has started thousands of churches. The impact has been dramatic in the home country of Sierra Leone, but has also grown beyond to many other countries.
Shodankeh & Santa Johnson
Bo City, Sierra Leone
After feeling called to bless the people of Ateiku in southwestern Ghana, Lawrence and Patience Oduro created a holistic ministry that has started hundreds of churches. Access ministries for their work include a hospital, water wells and a school.
Lawrence & Patience Oduro
Ghanan citizens Peter and Comfort Ofori accepted God’s call to move to the country of Mali in 2001 to make disciples and plant churches. The ministry has focused on the region of Bamako, Mali’s capitol city, and has started several churches through the years.
Peter & Comfort Ofori-Amponsah
Bamako, Mali, West Africa
Huyanco is a city in a mountainous region of Peru where Micky and Ann Onofre are committed to growing a church there in order to bless the entire region. They apply a version of DMM strategy called Training for Trainers, which emphasizes training others for spiritual leadership so they can train more people in the future.
Micky & Ann Onofre
Starting with a Bible instruction ministry in Israel, Joseph and Marcia Shulam initiated a Messianic Synagogue in Jerusalem. Joseph has helped many other Messianic congregations begin in countries around the world and has taught leaders of other churches to restore the original roots of Christianity.
Joseph & Marcia Shulam