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In the midst of the Muslim stronghold in Nigeria, Missionary Crusaders Ministries is building its headquarters and School of Missions. An immediate need was a wall to protect the site and to keep it from being seized by the Nigerian government. MCM is raising a missionary force of more than 400 to spread the gospel throughout Nigeria.
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After more than two decades of dynamic missionary work, Missionary Crusaders Ministries has evolved into one of the largest indigenous missions groups in Nigeria. To date, MCM workers have planted more than 125 churches among the various tribes.
To earn the trust and friendship of targeted tribes, MCM missionaries live and work among them. Before sharing the gospel, workers first meet the people's practical needs. As part of its holistic outreach strategy, MCM has established medical clinics, wells, schools and literacy centers.
MCM has established a school of missions, which will train mature believers to become native missionaries. In addition to practical field knowledge, the school of missions provides students with crucial instruction in how to fight the spiritual battles they will inevitably encounter.