About

Who We Are

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Glean Ministries is committed to taking the Gospel to the four corners of the world, strengthening the indigenous church, and impacting communities with the love of Jesus Christ through church planting and discipleship training. Glean Ministries also serves the least reached areas of the world through medical missions trips, small business and microloan development, foster care, rescue, care and transition programs. 

 

 

tonyandericaomoijuanfo_DXGYTv.jpgTony & Erica Omoijuanfo

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Anthony Omoijuanfo, Ph.D. in Horticulture, with a specialty in Plant Genetic Engineering and Plant Breeding: Tony is a minister with a unique apostolic call to wholistic ministry. A gifted evangelist, prayer warrior, teacher and counselor, he is the founder and president of Glean Ministries, through which he raises churches and trains disciples.

Erica Omoijuanfo, BA in Psychology, MSC in Social Work, and a certificate course in Pastoral Psychology: Erica is devoted to seeing the ministry thrive and the oppressed set free. She works with women, children, and students in the Benin community.

Tony and Erica, along with their five children and nephew, serve full time in Benin, West Africa.

 

 

GLEAN MINISTRIES EXISTS TO...

…gather those untouched by the main harvest. Individuals may be unreached by God’s Word because they live in geographically isolated areas. The growth of God’s kingdom in these communities is faced with economic, social, and spiritual obstacles, but we trust God is at work in our ministry, overcoming these barriers and drawing His precious creation closer to His heart.

GLEAN MINISTRIES BELIEVES...

…that our lives are not our own, seeking not our own gain but God’s kingdom and His glory. The Father’s heart aches for the oppressed and the lost, so we relinquish ourselves to His work, praising Him for freeing and guiding His children home.

For even the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give His life as a ransom for many. Mark 10:45
  • Population
    8,662,000

  • Language
    french

  • BMWs
    8

  • Newspapers
    none

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Benin
west africa

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Coordinates:
8˚ 50’ N, 2˚ 11’ W