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Geoffrey Purpose Mensah, Togooffline

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I m an Evangelist and missionary working in Togo and Benin in discipleship, entrepreneurship and empowerment  I m a founder of an orphanage called Kingdom Care Orphanage.  My ministry aim is to Reach the Unreached.  I m a graduate from Assemblies of Theological Seminary, BA at London School of Theology and  Global Proclamation Academy from Dr. Ramesh (RREACH)

As an orphan child l started to Organised little children to pray, sing and evangelise in my teens from as early as thirteen. I fasted many times crying to God for His help in my life. In 1995 God enlightened my heart to clearly see my future dream which was to establish an orphanage and empowerment centre to rescue orphans, destitute children and rejected ones with the Love of God by providing love, care, education, sanitation, accommodation, nutrition and socioeconomic and empowerment. Clearly, I can see how God, in His sovereignty, uses all the events of one’s life, the good and the bad, to mold and to shape that person’s character into the very image He uses for the kingdom and for his glory. When God called me out of my wretchedness and into a new life clothed with the righteousness of Christ Jesus, I earnestly prayed He would choose me to serve Him, the Lord Most High.

As a believer it is natural to desire to stand in God’s greatness, His holiness and His glory. His children have this privilege in earthen vessels to do Kingdom work. I remember praying to God, “Lord, where you go, I will go. Where you lead I will follow.” It is a privilege to serve Jesus Christ. When God called me to Togo, I eagerly replied, “Here I am! Pick me! Pick me!”

In 2006, I visited Amakpape one of the village in Togo and graciously the land was purchased that same year. However I was wondering what I could do alone to help the little ones? I was asking God how to move this laudable vision especially the children who were deprived of food, shelter, education, and spiritual growth.

With no money left after the land was purchased I started the first structure with wood and mud unfortunately heavy rain wiped it away. With limited money and resources I tried to erect several buildings but wind and rain wiped them all away. Besides that a near river overflowed yearly with a flood to wipe away my farming project which I planned to use to supply food. I tried several times to welcome individuals, churches and even local government but they turned down my invitation. In 2007 the organisation was registered as Non Profit organisation.

In 2012 a volunteer group from Britain contributed towards our first shelter. We gathered for devotion to give thanks to God.

Kingdom Care Orphanage exists to care for orphans, vulnerable people who are spiritually, physically, and economically poor, enabling them to positively impact their world.


To build a campus providing for the development in Christian disciplines, educational and career training, and creating a haven for vulnerable women and children.


Joy-  We will serve the precious opportunities that God has placed in this ministry with graciousness, excitement, and joy, enabling each of our unique gifts and talents to bring about His glory and purpose.

Evangelistic-   We exist to reveal the Lord Jesus Christ to all people and encourage them toward a life- changing relationship with Him.

Service-   As a spiritual act of worship, we serve, using all available gifts and resources to further the Vision of the ministry.

Uncompromising-  With unwavering resolve, we base our decisions and actions on the foundations of the Christian Faith.

Stewardship-   All funds will be raised voluntarily, and all resources will be managed with integrity and accountability.

Kingdom  is a beautiful ongoing building constructed on an acre plot of land located in a small village called Amakpape, just south of the city of Notes in the Hill Region. The construction started in 2008 with masons, carpenters, and electricians hired from the surrounding villages. With backbreaking effort and simple tools and procedures, some buildings were constructed and there are more to be done.  The initial 35 children moved into the home during the summer of 2008, a place that they could finally call “Home”!






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