To achieve our Vision in Africa to:
- Honour God through good stewardship of time, money and assets
- Magnify the name of Jesus
- Be led by the Holy Spirit and truth
- Work in cooperation with the body of Christ
- Organise effective Gospel Outreaches for the furtherance of the gospel
- Teach and preach the gospel
- Demonstrate that the Kingdom of God has come with power
- Establish teaching centres to assist in equipping the church
- Assist other ministries
- Love one another like Jesus loves us, so the world will know we are His
- In everything, give God the glory, honour and praise
To fulfill the great commission “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every living creature” (Mark 16:15), through evangelism and church training.
In 2006, Bishop Eugene Murisa, pastor of the Highway of Holiness Church (HHC) and long time friend of Jesus Alive Gospel Outreach came to Moshi, Tanzania with a proposal to the Jesus Alive founder, Peter Pretorius. He proposed a radio station in Mwanza. Peter gave it some thought and said that if Bishop Eugene was able to get the radio station registered then Jesus Alive will come on board as a partner. Bishop Eugene left that meeting and returned 2 years later with the radio station fully registered. Jesus Alive came on board, an MOU was signed on 20 July 2009 and HHC Alive FM 91.9 was birthed.
Tasked to oversee the establishment and equipping of the radio station, Johan Boshoff, Chief Operating Officer of Jesus Alive Gospel Outreach (JAGO) met with Bishop Eugene to discuss the approach and location. Johan also contacted Dr Roelf Petersen (MD, Radio Pulpit/ Chairman UCB Africa) who immediately offered valued support and mentorship. With the guidance and advice of the Radio Pulpit team the right equipment was ordered, delivered and installed and after only a year and a half the first program aired on 25 December 2010. The official opening and dedication took place in July 2011.
P O Box 3477
COO: Johan Boshoff
Capital: Dar es Salaam
Language: Kiswahili or Swahili (official), Kiunguja (name for Swahili in Zanzibar), English (official, primary language of commerce, administration, and higher education), Arabic (widely spoken in Zanzibar), many local languages
Population: 46,912,768 (July 2012 est.)
Area: 947,300 sq km
Religion: Mainland – Christian 30%, Muslim 35%, indigenous beliefs 35%; Zanzibar – more than 99% Muslim
Source: CIA Factbook