Welcome to the ACMI website!
African Christian Mission International (ACMI) is an international outreach ministry under the Christian Church International Church (CCI), both founded by Bishop Dr. Henry Z. Mulandi. ACMI networks with partners for evangelism, discipleship and humanitarian aid to many parts of the world. ACMI headquarter offices are based in Thika – Kenya (Africa). Other offices are located in USA, Canada and Australia, and Thailand.
Christian Church International (CCI) formerly ACCEA (African Christian Church of East Africa) was registered with the Kenyan government in 1964. ACMI, formerly ACM, was founded in 1992, when Bishop Mulandi saw the need of reaching out in highschools, colleges and universities with the gospel of Christ. This was done through preaching in open-air meetings (crusades/street meetings) all over the country and planting of churches in different villages in collaboration with the local churches. He also saw the need of reaching out to the refugees by ministering to their spiritual, emotional and physical needs through provision of God’s word, food and clothing. The latter saw the establishment of an ACMI base in Nothern Kenya, Kakuma, which boarders the country towards Sudan.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
ACMI is a holistic ministry of Christian Church International, reaching the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, equipping men and women for the work of the ministry, helping them discover their potential, calling and mobilizing them to reach out to those in need.
OUR VISION: Reaching out to minister and serve!
OUR BROAD OBJECTIVE: To Minister and Serve for Change.
ACMI is made up of several departments. These work together to ensure that ministry and service is done to effect change. View the ACMI Brochure here.
This is a youth Outreach program made up of college and university graduates, who volunteer to to reach out and serve students in colleges and universities within Thika Municipality and the youth in this the society. This program was launched i n January 2005. This program dubbed “One year for Christ” is a short term term experience in ministry for a year and is geared towards promoting positive character development. Their slogan is Pacesetters in character.
Operation Hope ministers to HIV/AIDS orphans, vulnerable children and their guardians. This is done through food provision, medical help, facilitating education, giving clothes (school uniforms and regular clothes), bedding, and other accessories such as lamps. Continual visits to the children are done, to counsel, play and pray with, and encourage the children.Photo: Charmeine poses with a beneficiary of the program. All this is achieved through finding sponsors who are willing to support these children financially with at least Kshs. 4,000 ($50) per month to give them hope for a brighter future. The program officers also visit abandoned babies in hospitals, and feeds children from poor families living in the slums( and especially within ACMI’s environs) as well as giving assistance to the needy families of the children under the program. Follow their activities here. read about the orphanage, Journey of Hope Home, being put up to house these children.
Drilling for Life is a charitable Christian ministry which works to provide access to clean potable water for the estimated 1.1 billion people around the world that lack this basic necessity. Currently focused on regions in Africa where there is great need, Drilling for Life is composed of a team of professional well drillers and business persons from the United States who partner, train, and equip nationals in locations around the world to “Give life one well at a time.” Visit here for more details.
ACMI has a commendable team of qualified men who fabricate and put up tents for hire and or for sale at very affordable rates. The tents are of varying sizes from 50-seater Roof tents to the4,500-seater Navedome with an extra mid section. ACMI Tents also hiresGrounds for weddings and wedding receptions, retreats, camps, conference meetings and or rallies. Chairs, Pulpits and Podiums for crusades, conferences, Décor for weddings, parties, conferences and or meetings. Catering for whatever number of people, whether weddings, small parties, meetings e.t.c
ACMI runs curio shops from which a wide variety of fine pieces of carvings, of wild animals and souvenirs such as Maasai regalia, African designed jewellery & Vitenges, Lesos, kiondos, key holders among others. All these, are sold at fair rates.The work that goes on in this department is just tremendous, and every penny that is realised here, is invested to support the ministry, either in the work or in support of the workers. Make your enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Since its inception, ACMI has been reaching out to the unreached people groups. After outreach we establish small congregations for fellowship as well as continuation of the work in that particular area. Other church planting an missionary activities by ACMI have continued in Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Southern Sudan,South East Asia and other areas. ACMI workers, in many occasions are joined by CCI (Christian Church International) workers, CPA (Christian Police Association) members and missioners from various parts of the country doing missions within the country. Local missionaries are situated in Kakuma, Lodwar and Lokori in Nothern Kenya.
we at ACMI under the leadership and guidance of Bishop Mulandi, have been recently busy with both high schools and primary schools. April however found us resting a bit as students are away for their holidays. We resume in May. The Life Changers have been retreating for the past few days, in prayer as they …
Its Easter again. As we celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ, have you taken time to introduce Him to those who might not know Him or share His goodness with others? We at ACMI continue to reach out to students in their schools. We thank God for the opportunities. Last weekend we were in …
On Wednesday 7th March, the ACMI staff joined by CCIT staff had a luncheon to bid Charmaine Reimer goodbye and Godspeed. Charmaine has faithfully served with ACMI in under Operation Hope for five years. She moves on and we pray that all she does be successful. Over the weekend, we were involved in two major …
African Christian Mission International,
P.O. Box 3809-01002,
(+254) 724 429 012
African Christian Mission-U.S.A,
213 Greenbrier Lane Dalton,
African Christian Mission-Canada,
3625 Nafziger RD
Wellesley, ON, Can