My names are Kingsley Ugonnaya Ahuruezenma. I am a native of Umuevuru Uratta Umuoha in Isialangwa North Local Government Area of Abia State, Nigeria. I was arrested on the 25th of November, 2011 at about 2pm at Umu-ika junction…
In 2018, Vision Africa continued the legacy of providing vital Christian and medical outreach ministry, planting churches and encouraging peace and reconciliation to the people of Nigeria and beyond. RADIO MINISTRY:
20 million people; Vision Africa 104.1FM is now streaming on the internet…
Vision Africa’s Golf Tournaments will be held on April 23rd, 2019 at 8 AM at the Cowboys Club.
For now, please fill out the form below to indicate your interest and you will be updated with more information. You can reach Arlene Johnson – Executive Director…
This video, produced for our 20th Anniversary celebration, provides a superb overview of our mission. It helps explain why we celebrate “A Vision Greater Than Twenty!”
The Vision Africa twentieth anniversary celebration took place in Dallas, TX on October 18th and 19th. The events included a banquet with former First Lady Laura Bush at the George W. Bush Institute and a visit with former Nigerian President…
You can help save lives.
Each day, almost 1,000 children in Nigeria lose the battle against malaria.
Vision Africa works to prevent this disease through medical missions and health education broadcast on our radio station, Love 104.1 FM, as well as undertaking many more initiatives to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Nigeria.
On Thursday, May 12, we will hold our sixth annual Vision Africa Golf Marathon to raise critically needed funds to support the ministry, which includes radio, peace-and-reconciliation, medical outreach, leadership development, church planting, and bibles-for-pastors ministries.
Our goal: $100,000.
Teams of golfers will play 100 holes on a Dallas-area course – whacking, chipping, hacking and slicing golf balls to raise money. We will have fun, but this is serious business. The people of southeast Nigeria depend on us!
Please consider making a pledge or donation to bring hope, healing, reconciliation and education to the people of Nigeria.
All your donations are tax-deductible. You can pledge online or send a check made out to Vision Africa directly to:
Attn: Golf Marathon
P.O. Box 600008
Dallas, TX 75360
Thank you for your support!
Bishop Dr. Sunday Onuoha, founder and president of Vision Africa, was recently honored by National Religious Broadcasters with the prestigious NRB Award for International Individual Achievement for his leadership of Vision Africa Radio in southeast Nigeria.
The award, based on a thorough review by a panel of NRB International Committee judges, is presented annually to a non-U.S. resident who demonstrates a strong personal commitment to proclaiming Christ through electronic media.
Vision Africa Radio, which runs Love 104.1 FM in the city of Umuahia, broadcasts 24×7 in a region with a population of more than 20 million.
“Love 104.1 FM brings messages of hope, healing, reconciliation and education to Nigeria,” Bishop Onuoha said. “Since Love 104.1 FM began broadcasting in 2005, it has played a critical role in seeing thousands come to a saving faith in Jesus Christ. Marriages have been restored. God has used the station to ignite a great transformation across the region.”
NRB presented the award to Bishop Onuoha during an awards banquet at the organization’s annual conference in Nashville in February 2016. Three years earlier, the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards named Love 104.1 FM its Station of the Year in southeast Nigeria.
“The team of professional Christian broadcasters who operate the station are dedicated to sharing God’s love with excellence and with a passion for seeing many come to faith in Christ,” said Steven Ross, chairman of Vision Africa’s Board of Directors. “We are thankful that God has raised up a team committed not only to broadcasting the Gospel with uncompromising integrity, but also raising awareness about social issues such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, family values, the importance of education, respect for others and social order.”
Bishop Sunday Onuoha spoke at and was on a Panel Discussion at Global Peace Foundation Conference in Zanzibar, Tanzania
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.
PEACE AND RECONCILIATION WORK CONTINUES
Bishop Sunday spoke at and sat on a panel discussion at the Global Peace Leadership Conference in Zanzibar, Tanzania this week. It says a lot about Bishop Sunday and his work that he was asked to be one of the leaders of this conference. Zanzibar is about 90% Muslim. Participants at the Global Peace Foundation conference were drawn from many parts of East Africa. In addition to Bishop Sunday, facilitators were drawn from other parts of Africa, Dubai, Europe and U.S.
The Global Peace Foundation said “This timely and important gathering of top government, religious and business leaders and other influential public figures was convened in response to the grave challenge to the security and welfare of East Africa’s peoples”. The Global Peace Foundation (GPF), in partnership with the Government of Zanzibar, the East African Community and the International Authority on Development, convened this Global Peace Leadership Conference to promote peace, security and sustainable development in East Africa.
According to the GPF, the East African region has witnessed an alarming rise of intra-state and interstate conflicts in recent years and this has taken a huge toll in terms of human lives lost, the suffering of refugees and internally displaced people, as well as the destruction of much of the social fabric, physical infrastructure, and natural resources of the region (in particular within its coastal strip).
Eight former African Presidents were in attendance at the conference!
In addition to being a speaker and on a panel discussion, Bishop Sunday was also there to represent former Nigerian President Obasanjo.
Bishop Sunday was on a panel discussing how religious institutions can be used to build peace and mutual understanding, and as a speaker, his presentation outlined the elements that promote peace, security and sustainable development, including (i) how we must have leadership that accepts responsibility and is willing to take risks, (ii) how insecurity in one country is insecurity all over the world, and (iii) what values we must preserve to hand over to youth and new young leaders.
Next month, Bishop Sunday will be a featured speaker at The World Methodist Evangelism Institute (WMEI) in Nairobi, Kenya. The theme of the Nairobi conference will be “That the World May know Jesus Christ” and it invites the world church to focus on the contextual and eternal implications of the gospel. Bishop Sunday will be speaking on Muslin/Christian Relations.
Over 100 Leaders, including Methodist Bishops, Clergy, Lay and Evangelism Leaders will be in attendance. The WMEI is a ministry of the World Methodist Evangelism of the World Methodist Council and the Candler School of Theology at Emory University.
So then we pursue the things which make for peace and the building up of one another.
Hear more about the World-Changing Activities of Bishop Sunday Onuohaat Vision Africa’s
2015 Celebration Dinner on October 8 at Park Cities Baptist Church
Reception starts at 6:00 p.m. – Mark Your Calendar
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