Oumar1 is an unlikely church planter. Born into an Islamic family among one of the least-reached people groups, he was the son of the village witch doctor. As a youth, he entered the military trusting in amulets to keep him safe. At one point he was falsely accused of murder and imprisoned. That’s where God met him.
As the capital of Cameroon, Yaoundé’s population of 2.5 million makes it the second largest city and a center for civil and diplomatic services. The work of Encompass Global Workers together with the growth of the church in Central Africa has created the need to train more leaders for existing churches and future church-planting. The Encompass team is being invited to help teach and train emerging leaders to help support the work of the church. Serving with national leaders and the Encompass team you’ll have the opportunity to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus.