Brief History of SEND AFRICA
In 2016, Ebenezer Aryee, Sam Ngugi, Daniel Appiah and Alan Webster were attending a consultation in Philippines. During this time they got into an intensive reflection about mission mobilization dynamics in continental Africa. They were all involved in the ministry of mobilization in their respective countries and regions. This discussion culminated in the “consensus” that Africa needed “total mobilization” – an expression that encapsulated a kind of mobilization capable of unleashing the full potential of the African Church to SEND the whole gospel to the whole world, with specific emphasis on reaching the least reached peoples. Further discussions and shared experiences of mobilizing Africans both in the diaspora and the continent culminated to a shared vision for a strategic, intentional and broad network to SEND AFRICA, in 2019.