Grant Morrison

Prisoners, businessmen and a former Prime Minister are making disciples in the South Pacific

Caleb & Alpheus

Caleb & Alpheus

It’s always good to hear from Grant Morrison. He’s now based in Vanuatu and flying all over the South Pacific multiplying disciples and churches.

These are two of his guys in the Solomon Islands. 

Alpheus (on the right) used to be a chaplain at the prison. Now he follows up the released prisoners who accepted Christ during their time in gaol. He trains these men to begin groups and plant churches all over the Solomon Islands. One of these men is a former Prime Minister who now leads a group of new believers, another is a Taiwanese businessman who owned a casino and on his release turned the business into a hardware store and he now seeks to tell his friends and colleagues about Jesus.

This is where you go to hear the latest, send an encouraging note, give towards the ministry. Travel between Pacific Island nations is expensive.

News from our man in the South Pacific

Grant Morrison

Grant Morrison

This just came in from Grant Morrison, our man in the South Pacific:

I will begin training in a few weeks. The chief of the village, who is Annie's brother, has given permission for me to begin discipling people. We will meet together and the group will become a church. Jerry and Annie have prepared the way and I will share the training with both of them. Out of this village and the training I will be looking for a leader or leaders to train others. My plan is to work in this one village and for this village to take the training to other villages. Jerry's vision is for the holistic transformation of villages across Vanuatu and beyond and for the training in 'following Jesus and fishing for people' to be the means of spiritual transformation.

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Grant’s methods are so simple, yet powerful, they can spread across the 20-30,000 thousand islands in the region.

Pacific Culture Areas

Pacific Culture Areas