International Christian Ministries is committed to partnering with other mission groups and churches to bring the best possible training available to the Christian community. Please contact us if you or your group is interested in a partnership with ICM in Africa.
Partners Worldwide is a global Christian business ministry whose vision is to end poverty so that all may have life and have it abundantly. ICM and Partners Worldwide are working together on a unique approach to business and mission in Kenya.
ICM coordinates the programs of Purpose Driven Ministries in Africa and the Middle East. ICM anticipates introducing the 40 Days of Purpose campaigns launched in 200 Churches in eight countries in 2004.
Walk Thru the Bible
ICM has partnered with Walk Thru the Bible since 1990. ICM has played a key role to see the great seminars of Walk Thru the Bible extend through Africa and the Middle East. Walk Thru the Bible has played an important part in empowering ICM to fulfill its goal of training and equipping Christian leaders throughout Africa and beyond.
ICM has partnered with Equip to introduce the Million Leader’s Mandate in Africa. As Equip moves to phase 2 it is now partnering directly with ICM field partners.
Turn the Tide
Turn the Tide is ICM’s partner in Southern Africa. ICM and Turn the Tide are committed to bringing the best possible training to countries throughout the Southern Region.
Turn the Tide 4 Children
Equipping local churches to meet the needs of vulnerable children through sustainable community initiatives.
Willow Creek Association
ICM is pleased to partner with the Willow Creek Association in representing the Global Leadership Summit in Kenya and Nigeria. Bill Hybels, the founder of the summit, brings together some of the great leaders of our time to share leadership truths.
Discipling Marketplace Leaders
The mission of Discipling Marketplace Leaders is to empower the local church to establish and lead successful Marketplace Ministries, empowering, equipping, encouraging, and discipling business owners to meet a quadruple bottom line: spiritual, social, economic, and environmental.