NAAMC re-conceptualizes the world
through challenging the status quo and recalling the rich historical presence of the African American Christian, to reshape the future of missions.
The existence of NAAMC, its initiatives, and its programming fuels a perpetual renaissance, generating an unmatched spiritual, intellectual, and social value. We integrate research with teaching, the arts with the biblical, and the up-and-comer with the elite.
Our diverse and kinetic community of believers draw inspiration from the Evangelical tradition, sparks dynamic interactions, and produces revelations for African Americans and multi-ethnic congregations seeking to equip and mobilize African Americans for global and local missions.
We are boldly redefining the conventional image of the American missionary and the role of the African American in a changing world that desperately needs their presence.
The National African American Missions Council has launched a new monthly webinar platform entitled: FROM HERE TO EVERYWHERE. Each month we host a missions training seminar in collaboration with our partners.
The Black Missionary Cafe is an online community supporting the work and challenges of African American Missionaries. This is an exclusive group of African American missionaries absent of mobilizers, recruiters, or agency professionals. However, we encourage mobilizers, recruiters, and agency professionals to share this ministry with African Americans within their community.
In his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. shares, “I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.” NAAMC invites Christian believers across America to join us as we work to fix the racial divide in the Church
Our vision is to see African American teens raised up, equipped, and mobilized for Christ's wonderful and global mission. We want to answer Christ's command to "Go and Make Disciples of All Nations" - in our neighborhoods and in the nations.
Youth activate the Word of God. We believe in including kids in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, teaching them that they too have an assignment and a purpose to proclaim the Gospel for The Kingdom of God. This can take place wherever they are.
The National African American Missions Council is developing a new way to impact His Kingdom through the Kingdom Ambassadors Apostolic Missions Center (KAAMC).