UMMEED – “DEEP HOPE” CHURCH PLANTING
Ummeed means “Deep Hope.” Ummeed is a 10/40 Grassroots Church Planting Initiative that focuses on equipping women as church planters in South Asia. Since 2007, more than 1,600 women have been equipped as Ummeed church planters. These women have started over 2,000 verified house churches among 50+ unreached people groups.
Though oppressed by society, God is calling, anointing, and empowering women to plant churches in some of the most resistant areas of South Asia. Some of the initial churches planted now have multiplied to the great-granddaughter generation (4th gen.). If God’s Spirit is working through women, we want to join him there! We equip the women through regular seminars and accountability structures.
In case you wonder, the churches these women plant are not dry or boring – anything but that! These churches exemplify what we read in the book of Acts. God is using the planters to feed the hungry, strengthen families, heal sickness, cast out demons, counsel the brokenhearted, and perform miracles. These signs along with solid teaching and commitment to Scripture are growing the church in many areas.
One church planter testified, “Before I came to this training, I wanted to kill myself. I had no purpose and no reason to live. But then I learned here that God loves and values women. Not only did God love me, but he wanted to use me to bless my culture! I realized Jesus provided me hope and I wanted to share it with others. Now I have planted 7 churches. I hope to plant 4 more before the end of this year.”
The God of hope transforms oppressed women into powerful leaders in their society.
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Jesus said, "Pray the Lord to send out laborers, for the harvest is plentiful, but he workers are few." That is the mission of 10/40 Connections – to follow the example of Jesus by connecting the body of Christ, equipping believers, and engaging the least reached.