“It’s been my privilege to know Martin for over 2 decades, when he came to study at Moody. Possibilities Africa was then just a great, compelling burden that God had put on his heart, and it captured the hearts of many of us as well! To have been in country with him many times, to see firsthand the way he has tirelessly pursued the vision and how it has scaled from Kenya to multiple African nations is a testament to both his and our Great God‘s faithfulness! So very proud of you Martin, and the entire PA team! The best is yet ahead! Keep on! Phil. 1:3-6!”Dr. John FuderMoody Bible Institute
Why is PA different from many ministries?"We like to see a 'difference making accountability' in a ministry. We feel God’s resources should be well stewarded as the needs of the world are endless. We want to see the resources go a long ways towards making a real difference in both living and spiritual conditions in the lives of many. The micro loan program makes a real difference in the lives of most of the recipients and provides hope, financial discipline, and most of the time economic improvement for those who choose to participate. The spiritual training for pastors is relatively brief but amazing and far reaching. "
"The transforming power of the gospel is on full display every time an individual, family, church, or larger community is radically changed for the good through the Biblical teaching and training they have received through the ministry of Possibilities Africa. These individuals and communities then become beacons of the Hope of Christ and the difference He can make in our day to day lives and God gets the glory. It is a privilege to support the beautiful work being done though this ministry."Amanda Plambeck
“PA does such a good job at truly helping people. They present the gospel, surround people with support groups, and help them escape poverty by teaching them how to create income through their own business. I saw this first hand and it was incredibly encouraging to hear the life changing stories of so many people."Brenden Kreutzer