We are a people focus organization engaged in activities of propagating the gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ through evangelistic services and work building and maintaining schools, community centers, deep wells, health facilities, educating impoverished and orphan children, assisting widows, poor and vulnerable individuals to acquire a sustainable income and dwelling propagating the goodness of the Lord. We will realize this mission by setting the standard in charitable giving and integrity while compelling others to go do likewise.
Catch the wave Ministries began in 2007 as a website to give nominal believers a look at the mission field and how they can be proactive with the gospel. One year later the founder began a journey of full-time but yet short-term missions at home and abroad to over 30 nations building sustainable ministry projects. The work included assistance to widows, orphans, students, assisting congregations with their ability to meet the needs of the members and communities at large.
In March 2014 the ministry became incorporated as a 501(c)(3) and a now called Catch the Wave Ministries International, Inc. It is an international ministry exclusively for promoting the gospel and for charitable purposes.
We have engaged in projects such as: building and rebuilding widows homes, building chicken coops as a sustainable income project, purchasing milk cows and bulls for plowing, distributing mosquito nets, bibles, gospel tracts, clothes, food, shoes, etc., paying school fees from primary through university, assisting orphanages with food, clothing and refurbishing and school fees etc.
In 2013 we embarked on building projects. Our current and future projects are building community centers, health facilities for preventative care, digging deep wells, orphanages and building sustainable projects that can assist each community with on-going projects.
Currently our annual budget is $79,000. We are particularly proud of the fact that the ministry have no paid staff only volunteers and 100% of our donations goes to our projects.
We have a volunteer team of 15 committed believers of diverse talents and skills.
The founder of Catch the Wave Ministries International spends a great deal of time traveling and building sustainable projects in third world ministries. It is imperative that the nations are able to sustain their ministries. When the doors to a nation closes the work must continue. She is also a ghost writer and as a ghost writer she gives people the opportunity to have their story told in a way that provides them a tool for their ministry work. Each believer has a testimony that should be shared as we overcome by the blood of the word of our testimony. She also provides opportunities on this website for others to develop their own ministry in a published manner that their other wised would not financially be able to do. She believes in providing access to the body of Jesus so that it can move forward with integrity and hope in succeeding.
The founder has a BA in Theology and Psychology and a MA in Health Service Management.
She has been a Christian from the age of 16 and involved in many types of ministries over the course of her Christian walk: these include short-term mission trips to many nations while serving in soup kitchens abroad and at home, ministering to prostitutes in several nations, distributing: clothing, food and toys to the needy at home and abroad, volunteered at a Prayer Network, counseled and assisting other in writing their testimonies for publication among other things. She has taught all age groups in Sunday school, preached, and has also been the director of several youth groups over the years. Her passion has always been evangelism.
The founder firmly believes that It is imperative that the believer do not forsake the great commission. If the nominal Christian would spend as little time in the field as they do in the church, they could win their families to Christ. By the same token, if the nominal Christian would dedicate more time pursuing the lost, we could win our streets to the Lord. Moreover, if we could see the lost souls of this world in the flames of hell, we could win our communities to Christ, and thus the world.
The mission field is not meant for a few but for all believers