Despite being forced to leave Togo to live in Ghana, Petro Aziato never lost his concern for the people of his homeland. At the age of fifteen, Petro gave his life to Jesus Christ, and with the heart of an evangelist, he shared the gospel with everyone he met in the French and English schools he attended in Ghana.
Mission of the Army of Christ
Petro traveled to Togo at the age of twenty-three and witnessed personally the plight of preachers imprisoned for the sake of the Gospel. Undaunted, he abandoned his life in Ghana and went to Togo to attend Bible college, where he spent the next sixteen years planting churches throughout Togo’s north and south. Thousands of his unsaved countrymen perished as a result of AIDS, conflict, and political turmoil, increasing his burden for lost souls.
Petro created the Army of Christ in Mission in 1997, an interdenominational evangelistic and social-humanitarian organization that aspires to serve the Body of Christ by aiding local churches. Native missionaries are trained and organized into evangelistic teams that take the gospel to unreachable villages before founding churches in their midst. These groups organize crusades and film screenings, as well as distribute material and create films. The ministry also uses television and radio to spread the gospel. In addition, church leaders are trained through conferences, seminars, and workshops, and prayer retreats are arranged to intercede for the unreached.
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