Welcome to GAP Missions AFRICA
James & LaNelle George,
Missionaries & Founders of GAP Missions
The ministry began as “Missionary Aviation Outreach” in 1989 when we began to prepare for an outreach to the Gueré people living in the remote regions of Ivory Coast, West Africa. Twenty three people accepted the Lord in the first meeting and within eighteen months the ministry expanded to three neighboring villages. More than 350 people left their traditional animistic religion and trusted Jesus as their Savior and the first church was established in the village called Guiri, prefecture of Bangolo. Inquisitive visitors from other more distant villages came to the church and our home begging us to bring the “TRUTH” to their people.
GAP Missions Worldwide
Missionaries working through GAP Missions are serving in Europe, the Middle East and West Africa. GAP Missions encourages and equips these missionaries in their ministry of reaching the people of the world with the Gospel.
GAP Missions AFRICA
GAP Missions AFRICA is busy about the task of reaching the people of Ivory Coast, West Africa with the Gospel. There are scores of people in this war torn region of the world that have yet to hear the Good News. GAP Africa also operates an orphanage ministry to care for many of the children affected by this region’s troubled history.
GAP Missions Purpose
GAP Missions is an organization dedicated to reaching the lost by fulfilling the Great Commission of our Lord to “Go ye into all the world and preach the GOSPEL.” We also accept the responsibility of His Great Commandment to “love thy neighbor as thyself.”
Religion in Ivory Coast, West Africa
- Muslim 40.2%
- Catholic 19.4%
- Evangelical 19.3%
- Methodist 2.5%
- other Christian 4.5%
- animist or no religion 12.8%
- unknown / unspecified 1.4%
A MINISTRY of BUILDING for CHRIST
Orphan Children – National Pastors – Village Churches – Support Buildings
Learn More About Our Building Projects
Riding in the “bush” of the Western Region of Ivory Coast is not for the faint at heart. Sweltering tropical humidity & temperatures, bugs, rain & slick mud or dry and dusty conditions make getting off the paved highways an adventure few men are willing to tackle. Even paved roads require skilled riders due to dangerous potholes and patches of sand or gravel.
These dedicated Jungle Riders are reaching into the heart of the jungle regions with the Gospel using motorcycles which carry our solar-powered projection system. Each village we set-up in has the opportunity to view a presentation of the Gospel message through watching the Jesus Film.
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This update covers the first National Ladies Conference ... the "Radio Bangolo" opportunity ... Session 3 of the GAP Bible Institute ... an update on the Jungle Riders ministry, now developing three teams of riders with a need for 30 motorcycles and another projection...read more
"RADIO BANGOLO" - Our National Mission in Ivory Coast, La Mission Baptiste Source du Rocher, is now on "Radio Bangolo" every Sunday evening with Pst. David Guei preaching and sharing studies from God's Word. The station reaches out to a broad area in the Western...read more
Dr. Jim Fryer will be arriving next week to teach our pastors and workers enrolled in the GAP Bible Institute of Ivory Coast. The event will be held in Mondoukou at the GAP ORPHANAGE facilities. Pst. David Guei is busy organizing the students and I am getting the...read more
JANUARY 31st marks the beginning of the next session of studies for the pastors and workers of Ivory Coast. Students representing many tribes and languages will be continuing their studies in Session II of the GAP BIBLE INSTITUTE program designed for national pastors...read more
One of our orphans at the Mondoukou Orphanage trusted Christ as Savior yesterday (July 9, 2016). This is Carol the youngest of the first group that came four years ago. What a blessing. She is precious. We are praying about getting her to America to see if we can get...read more
Kids are more than ready for this vacation. We are on the coast & we are going to visit their villages in the "bush". Bus ready for the 500 mile trip out...read more