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Jesus Christ commanded us to go and teach all the nations (ethnic groups), baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son and of the Holy Ghost(Matthew 28:19)

We have been mandated by Christ and Firebrand is committed to reaching every nation where there is need for the gospel. We try as much as possible to go to areas where there is little or none Christian influence.

Get involved: We are always interested to hear from anyone who is interested in Missions and working within a Ministry.If you are qualified or just have a passion to serve, there is a place for you within our teams. All positions are non-paid
We have positions available as a:

? Career missionary
? Long Term (1 - 5 Years)
? Short term (3 weeks - 1 year)


Here are some of the nations where we currently operate:


Nigeria: A nation of over 150 million people and a strong Christian influence. In Nigeria our focus is to train ministers, support ongoing missions and plant churches.Most missionaries are exposed to hardships, hunger, suffering, violence, ill health,loneliness etc. They need all the support they can get.


The Republic of Kenya is a country in East Africa and it is made up of 42 different ethnic tribes. Population: 40,862,900.

We currently have several fields in Kenya and have established churches in different parts of the nation. Our next project is to establish a Bible college in Western Kenya for our missionary/Pastors to be trained. We have the land and the curriculum ready and need donors to financially help.



The Republic of Rwanda is a unitary republic of central and eastern Africa.2010 estimates place Rwanda's population at 10,746,311. 
 The Republic of Zambia is a landlocked country in Southern Africa. Zambia is officially a Christian nation according to the 1996 constitution, but a wide variety of religious traditions exist.Zambia has "highest level of AIDS orphans in the world." As many as 25% of the population have AIDS, rising to 50% for those in prisons.