The Wholistic Outreach, a faith based non profit making agency of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG) was founded in April 2002 by the President Pastor Mrs Foluke Adeboye, to offer social services and promote youth and women development both within and outside the church (RCCG). The birth of the vision is traceable to the moral decadence in our society, reflecting in the hordes of commercial sex workers, increase in numbers of pregnant and stranded teenagers, neglected young girls and ladies in various stages of destitution who are all suffering from the effect of this decadence. The Organization is currently active and effective in the work of social reformation and community development.
Christ the Redeemer’s School Management (CRSM) the formal educational agency of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG). “The Redeemer’s Day was first marked at the Redemption Camp on March 10 – 11, 2000. Following a significant increase in the number and spread of schools, the celebration was decentralised and has been hosted by the Regions in different parts of Nigeria since 2016,” the statement contained. Redeemer’s Day is celebrated annually with sporting events, art and science exhibitions, dances and thanksgiving parade by the over 300 schools operated by the RCCG, the organisers made known.
Feast of Esther is the gathering of women who are General Overseers or heads of ministries and women who are wives of General overseers/Prelates/Arch Bishops/Head of Ministries, and Women Leaders of Ministries to interact for the purpose of fellowship, prayer, renewal, growth and development and to stand in gap for their churches, ministries and the nation. The Feast is to be a time set aside by these women to share experiences and learn from each other.
The first Feast of Esther was held in February 2002 and as then become an annual event held at the Redemption Camp Nigeria. Since then, it has been organized in other African and European countries. The Feast of Esther currently holds also in Nigeria Ghana, Cote D’Ivoire, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Togo, Republic of Benin, South Africa, Cameron, United Kingdom, Germany and Mainland Europe.
Habitation of Hope was founded by Pastor Mrs Folu Adeboye, it was set up with the hope to rescue depressed and destitute boys from the street, transform and empower them and give them the opportunity to develop into self reliance and responsible citizens.
» To reconcile these Street Children back to Christ.
» To improve the quality of life of the lost boys/ Street boys in Nationwide
» To promote the care, well being and development of street boys in Nationwide.
» To provide accommodation, healthcare and education to children and young people of ages 7-18 years in need especially the deprived, destitute and the homeless.
» To provide a holistic support including tuition, housing, healthcare, counselling and a range of vocational training such as shoe making, carpentry, painting, decoration, block making, sewing etc to build self confidence in the boys.
» To totally remove the street children from the nation of Nigeria by reconciling these children back to their family and helping them to settle down in their homes.
Friends of Jesus is an initiative of our Mother in Israel, the wife of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Mrs. Folu Adeboye. Friends of Jesus (FOJ) was founded in year 2019 and its focused on meeting the needs of the less privileged that have taken the Redemption Camp as their abode.
Pastor (Mrs) Folu Adeboye, fondly called Mummy GO is the wife of Pastor Enoch A. Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God. She is a mother, grandmother, Pastor, teacher and mentor to many, and also an eloquent speaker at conferences all over the world.
She is the Matron of Christ Against Drug Abuse Ministry (CADAM).
We have benefitted immensely from the love and support provided by my Mummy GO in numerous ways especially through provision of financial assistance whenever we visit her and principally, with the building of the Facility (Enoch & Folu Adeboye Rehabilitation Center) in Araga, Epe which was commissioned in October 2017 by the Lagos State Governor – Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode.
Africa Missions dates back to 1996, when Pastor (Mrs) Folu Adeboye (Visionaire of Africa Missions) went on a visit to mission fields in West Africa. She came back with a burden and the clarion call that the missions desperately needed assistance. This led to the birth of the then ‘West Africa Missions Committee’, a group which focused on assisting mission fields in the West African sub-region alone.
The scope of the committee was enlarged in area of reach and focus to include the rest of Africa and community development work for the host communities of the mission fields. This development came as a result of another missionary journey she embarked upon, in 1997, to the Central, Eastern and Southern parts of Africa.
Mission to Koma Hills, providing clothing, feeding and quality education to a relatively primitive hill-dwelling ethnic group in northern Adamawa State of Nigeria, in the Atlantika Mountains since 1999. Her passion for lost souls has taken her to many countries of the world even when it was not convenient. She was one of those to visit Koma Hill in Adamawa State when the hill was discovered some years ago. Her visit to Koma has changed the lives of some children as she brought some of them to live with her in the Redemption Camp, where they were enrolled in schools.