Fulfilling the GREAT COMMISSION

By establishing Biblical Churches, equipping Pastors, sending and supporting Missionaries

Fulfilling the GREAT COMMISSION

By establishing Biblical Churches, equipping Pastors, sending and supporting Missionaries

Equip

The Samuel Morris Missionary Society equips church leaders and pastors to carry out the great commission. 95% of pastors globally have little or no formal training. We carry out training conferences to enable pastors and missionaries to preach the whole counsel of God

Send

Mark 3:14: And he appointed twelve (whom he also named apostles) so that they might be with him and he might send them out to preach

John 20:21 “…as my Father hath sent me, even so send I you.

Multiply

2 Timothy 2:2: And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.

The Samuel Morris Story

From prince to slave, to missionary

Samuel Morris (1872-1893), was born in Liberia as Prince Kaboo, the son of a Kru tribal chieftain. There was much fighting between his tribe and neighboring tribes. When Kaboo was fifteen years old, a neighboring tribe defeated Kaboo’s tribe and took him captive, demanding his father pay a ransom. While he was held captive, Kaboo was often tortured and beaten with poisonous vines. He was hopeless and near the point of death. One day, as he was about to be whipped again, Kaboo said a great light appeared before him. A voice thundered from the light and told Kaboo to run. Immediately, his wounds were healed and he had strength to run. He followed the light into the jungle as his captors searched for him. Over the next few weeks, the light guided Kaboo at night and showed him where to hide during the day.

The Samuel Morris
Theology Scholarship for Africans

Where would a world-class degree in Theology take you? The Samuel Morris Theology Scholarship for Africans aims to support Christians from Africa pursuing degrees in Theology or Missions in Africa and select universities and seminaries in the United States. Recipients of this scholarship must actively be involved in ministry at the time of application or demonstrate a plan to be involved in ministry after their education. 

News and Gatherings

The Benin City Pastors and Ministers' Training Conference - 2024
Confrence

The Benin City Pastors and Ministers' Training Conference - 2024

The All-Isoko Gospel Crusade - December 2024
Confrence

The All-Isoko Gospel Crusade - December 2024

HOW CAN I BE SAVED?

Salvation is the free gift of God. To be saved, one must hear the Gospel of Jesus, acknowledge that they are sinners and according to Acts 2:38 “Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.”

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