Vision 2030 is a church planting and multiplication initiative that aims to plant 300 healthy, multiplying churches among the least reached, unreached and unengaged people groups throughout the country of Myanmar by the end of 2030.

We envision a movement of churches planting churches among unreached and unengaged people groups. God often calls a single person or a couple to plant a church in a new place among people groups. Our approach to church planting and multiplication is thoroughly biblical and fundamentally strategic.

We support biblical church planting principles to meet people where they are to transform lives through the gospel, help saved believers grow as disciples who will make disciples, mobilize and equip them for the work of ministry to build up the body of Christ in unity, and strengthen and accelerate church planting movements.

We believe that the planting of healthy, multiplying churches is God’s strategy to fulfill the Great Commission.

  • Missions and Church Planting Training

We provide missions and church planting training to equip national leaders to plant churches that plant churches among the least reached, unreached and unengaged people groups.

  • Coaching and Mentoring for Leadership Development 

We provide one-on-one and on-site coaching and mentoring for church planters, helping them launch their new small groups or new fellowships of believers, and grow vibrant and healthy churches that seek to multiply vibrant and healthy churches in their communities.

Myanmar

Myanmar is a country in Southeast Asia, bordered on the west by India and Bangladesh, on the north and north-east by China, and on the east and south-east by Laos and Thailand. Myanmar is a multi-ethnic country composed of eight major national ethnic groups: Bama, Chin, Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Mon, Rakhine and Shan, with more than 135 different ethnic groups, cultural traditions, and tribal dialects that reflected cultural differences in communication.

Buddhism as a state religion, Myanmar is under the category of the unreached nations within the 10/40 window countries. Myanmar is a multi-religious plural society with its population of 54.7 million, and the major religions are Buddhism with 89.20%, Christianity with 6.2%, Islam with 4.3%, Hinduism with 0.5%, and others like Nat (Spirit) worshipers are 1.1%.

The fulfillment of the Great Commission requires the multiplication of disciples making disciples and the planting of churches planting churches among every people group.

For leaders who are preparing to serve as native church planters, they will have the opportunity to receive advance church planting training provided by School of Missions and Church Planting at Agape Leadership University.

vision 2030 objectives

  1. We are committed to multiplying disciples making disciples to do the same.
  2. In the next 10 years, we will inspire and equip at least 300 potential church planters who will effectively communicate the gospel and engage in intentional evangelistic outreach, disciple making, church planting, multiplication and growth.
  3. Vision 2030 Church Planting and Multiplication Initiative will partner with local churches and mission organizations to mobilize and equip national leaders who are uniquely and strategically positioned native church planters to plant churches that plant churches in their communities.
  4. Vision 2030 Church Planting and Multiplication Initiative will ensure 300 healthy, multiplying churches planted among the least-reached, unreached and unengaged people groups in Myanmar by the end of 2030.

Contact Us

Insein, Yangon 11011
Myanmar

Partner with Agape Mission Alliance

Agape Mission Alliance is the catalyst for mission mobilization and church planting and multiplication movement that accelerate the fulfillment of the Great Commission. We do that through mobilizing local churches, equipping church planters, and planting multiplying churches among least-reached, unreached, and unengaged people groups.

We envision a church in every community. Our mission is to connect and strengthen local churches, mobilize national leaders and local ministries in transformational mission, develop and equip leaders to multiply churches planting churches.

Agape Mission Alliance is an initiative of the Agape Initiatives Movement that exists to accelerate the fulfillment of the Great Commission through multiplying mission mobilization movement and catalyzing church planting and multiplication movements among least reached, unreached and unengaged people groups.

Agape Mission Alliance (formerly known as Agape In Missions) was founded in September 2009 from a humble beginning. It was founded on 40 days of prayer and half-day fasting and is dedicated to mobilizing national leaders to accelerate church planting and multiplication movements.