African Outreach Ministries

The Echo Project

The ECHO Project was launched in 2010 to benefit the forgotten through Education, Compassion, Health, and Opportunity, because investing in a life today reaps a changed world tomorrow.

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Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Beyond

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The Harris Family and info about our founders.

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AOM’s vision is to partner with the African church to establish new fellowships of believers in under-churched people groups in southern Africa. We desire to establish churches devoted to holiness, obedience to Christ, small group accountability, and with a vision to evangelize to their people and beyond. This is being done through prayerful and strategic training of Christians though coaching networks.

Latest Blog

The Shifting of Seasons by Lisa Harris In March 2020, Scott and I were in Maputo, seven hours from our home in Inhambane, Mozambique, working on our residency paperwork when then President Trump announced that they would be shutting down flights from Europe because of a spreading virus. At the same time, South Africa announced […]

Construction Begins On Training Center Wall COVID has thrown a wrench into just about everything, but thankfully, we are making progress, even if it is slow. After months of delays in getting the building permit for the wall out of the city offices, we finally have it in hand!  The process was started back in January […]

Marriage/Relationship Weekend The end of June,over of dozen disciples gathered and “camped” out at Ivanildo’s home over a 3 day weekend to participate in a virtual camp sponsored by Palavra de Vida (Word of Life) ministry here in Mozambique.  Some sessions were watched via the internet, others were group teaching and discussions. All sessions were […]

After Six Days Of Travel – We Made It Home We are finally at home in Mozambique. It feels good to be home, but the journey turned out longer than anticipated. We left Tulsa on May 30th for Washington DC where we had to spend the night before our flight to Africa. Early on May […]