Kumah Doe|| needs YRM funding ::

Kumah Doe|| needs YRM funding ::

Country:
Ghana

Occupation:
Christian Ministry—Christian Organization

Forum Network:
Organizational Development

Ministry Focus:
Education and/or Training

Kumah Doe is the National Director of the Great Commission Movement of Ghana.

When did you trust Christ?

In my childhood years, I attended church just to avoid punishment at school. In 1998, I had an accident in which three of the passengers near me died on the spot. I began asking myself where I would go if I died. I realized I was not sure. This led me to pray to invite Christ into my life.
What have been the defining moments of your Christian walk?

Growing up as a young Christian after high school, my first mentor was an intercessor who ensured we spent quality time in prayer and in scripture. As a team of intercessors, we had weekly night vigils where we spent time praying, reading scripture, and having fellowship. This practice continued for about six years, which helped me to cultivate the desire for growth, team building, and supportive community. There were a number of situations where there was a need for someone to step into a role or help do something that we could not get anyone to volunteer to do. In these instances, others suggested I consider helping out, and when I did help out, I realized that I had no choice but to constantly depend on the Lord for growth, direction, and leadership. As I worked in these challenging environments, I learned to train others to work with me. The more I looked for resources to train these people, the more I also grew in dependence on the Lord and the increased desire for leadership development. These experiences helped me in connecting with a number of coaches around me to help me in different areas of life, from marriage to leadership to field ministry to technology. My discipleship experience in Campus Crusade for Christ helped in setting a good foundation for my Christian walk as I grew in leadership.
Why do you want to attend the Forum?

The Forum will give me a better perspective on the state of missions, leadership, and leadership development in Europe. It will also help me to effectively collaborate with other mission agencies to replicate the Forum in Ghana. It will help me think globally while working locally or nationally.
What is your ministry?

I am involved in evangelism and discipleship using four different strategies: campus ministry, church planting and church resourcing ministries, leadership impact ministries to reach top leaders in society, and digital strategies to reach and disciple people with technology. I serve as the National Director of our ministry in Ghana, shepherding the staff teams and helping them in personal evangelism, discipleship, church planting, and training of church leaders in these areas.
What are your past leadership roles?

I led the training of new missionary staff for the Great Commission Movement of Ghana. I coordinated all Campus Crusade for Christ campus ministries in Ghana. I was part of the leadership team that coordinated the use of technology for ministry in Campus Crusade for Christ West Africa. I was part of the leadership team that coordinated all Campus Crusade for Christ campus ministries in West Africa.

Why should someone invest in your ministry?

I help in resourcing a number of churches and church leaders in evangelism, discipleship, church planting, digital ministry, and family life. Any investment to equip me will help to better equip the church leaders, which in turn helps the church members, leading to the transformation of society.

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