- the Rev. Maho Olivier and his leadership of churches and church plants
- development of leaders
- the church as it prepares to become a mission district in 2023
Free Methodist work formally opened in May 2014. Pastor Bertin, the church’s first leader, began working with the FMC while a refugee in Liberia from 2012 to 2013. When Pastor Bertin returned to his homeland in 2013, many Ivorians were still recovering from significant losses suffered during the civil war that erupted in 2010. He worked with 15 pastors serving nine churches and several fellowships. In 2017 Maho Olivier became the national leader.
Free Methodist work in Ivory Coast was formally opened in May 2014. An Ivorian pastor began working with Free Methodists while he was a refugee in Liberia from 2012 to 2013. Returning to his homeland in 2013, he resumed working with several pastors and fellowships. The work is expanding outward from Guiglo in the northwest.
Country Leader, Ivory Coast
Dosseh Takpale is the superintendent of the Togo Provisional Annual Conference. As an international missionary, he now assists in supervising four other countries: Guinea, Ivory Coast, Guinea Bissau and Mali. In addition, Dosseh serves as the regional administrative...
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- Population: 26,308,000
- Evangelical Christians: 9.66%
- FM Work Opened: 2014
- FM Churches: 7
- FMC Membership: 577
- Conference Ministerial Candidates: 3
- Country Leader: Maho Olivier
- Ecclesiastical Accountability: FMWM through Africa Area Director Mike Reynen
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Church Planting & Development
Funding Ivory Coast Church Planting and Development (CPD) will help resource the following people and strategic initiatives:
- Partial support for church planter training.
- Rental for a central office.
- Partial support for national leader’s travel.