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Harvest Vision Africa

Background Information

Employment History

Pastor

Harvest Vision Africa

Country Director

Harvest Vision Africa

Pastor

Harvest Vision Ministries

Missions Coordinator

Faith Church

Associate Pastor

Faith Church

Chairman

Christian Union

Pastor

Kampala Foursquare Church

Affiliations

Director
Harvest Vision Ministries

Web References (15 Total References)


Africa Team

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Pastor Martin Ochieng was born in Kenya April 9, 1972. Although, both of his grandparents were witchdoctors, his father was Christian and he was raised attending church. In 1984, the family moved to Nakuru Town, where he became very sick, suffering from what appeared to be a combination of T.B and asthma. His parents tried all they could and failed. The doctors did not understand the sickness, so he was released from the hospital to go home to die. One evening two preachers came to the house and found him lying on the cement floor gasping for breath and almost lifeless. After they prayed, he fell into a deep sleep, and when he awoke he was completely healed and he promised he would serve God in the future. The next year, 1985, he had a vision about the second coming of Jesus and he started reading the bible to know more and found that all he had seen in the vision was written in the scriptures. Two years later, 1987, he had two more visions of the second coming of Christ and in the last one when he came out of the vision, a voice told him that he must give his life to Jesus. He went to the church, confessed and gave his life to Jesus. In December, 1989, while attending high school, he was filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke in supernatural tongues. He joined with other born again students in the Christian Union, preached the gospel to fellow students and teachers and a revival broke-out and many students and teachers came to Christ. The Young Catholic and Muslim Clubs in the school were both shut down and he became the Christian Union Chairman. After high school in 1992, he began working and serving God, then in 1994, he stopped working to help plant a church in Nakuru Town, Kenya in which he served as Assistant Pastor. While serving in the church, he attended Bible school in Nairobi and graduated in August 1997. After graduation, he planted a second church in Nakuru, although.during a 5-day prayer and fasting in Bible school, the Lord spoke to him that he was chosen to go to the nations and raise the standard of believers by preaching and teaching God's Word. After pastoring the second church for one year, God spoke to him to prepare to leave the church to someone else and go to Uganda as a missionary. In 1999, he brought his briefcase and went to Uganda. Martin has served as Associate Pastor and missions coordinator at the Kibuli Miracle of Faith Church in Kampala until December 2009, when he left to devote himself fully to Harvest Vision Ministries. Since the year 2000, he has done missions in Rwanda, D.R Congo, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Kenya, Sudan, Egypt, Mozambique, England, China, Australia, Mexico and the USA. In 2000, Martin married Beatrice, a native of Uganda and they have been blessed with three beautiful children, Peace who was born in 2002, Audrey in 2004 and Isaac in 2008.

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Martin became involved with Harvest Vision Ministries through the internet in 2004. In February, 2005, Martin and Beatrice invited George and Linda to Africa and they visited Uganda and Kenya in November 2005.
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Martin is strongly gifted and devoted to the teaching of pastors and Christian leaders. Martin is serving as the Director of Harvest Vision Ministries in Africa and the Country Director for Harvest Vision Africa (U) Ltd, our Uganda NGO.
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What is so amazing is the fact that God predestined Harvest Vision even before John Light and Martin met, it was surprising to realize that the call, the Vision and the ministry are very similar! Similar names of the Ministry! Similar Mission! And similar Goal! To God be the Glory. The Vision he has for Sudan is to reach out to then ten states of South Sudan and after the fire of revival has consumed all of south Sudan, then North Sudan towards the seven churches.


Pastor Martin Ochieng was ...

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Pastor Martin Ochieng was born in Kenya April 9, 1972. Although, both of his grandparents were witchdoctors, his father was Christian and he was raised attending church. In 1984, the family moved to Nakuru Town, where he became very sick, suffering from what appeared to be a combination of T.B and asthma. His parents tried all they could and failed. The doctors did not understand the sickness, so he was released from the hospital to go home to die. One evening two preachers came to the house and found him lying on the cement floor gasping for breath and almost lifeless. After they prayed, he fell into a deep sleep, and when he awoke he was completely healed and he promised he would serve God in the future.

The next year, 1985, he had a vision about the second coming of Jesus and he started reading the bible to know more and found that all he had seen in the vision was written in the scriptures. Two years later, 1987, he had two more visions of the second coming of Christ and in the last one when he came out of the vision, a voice told him that he must give his life to Jesus. He went to the church, confessed and gave his life to Jesus.
In December, 1989, while attending high school, he was filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke in supernatural tongues. He joined with other born again students in the Christian Union, preached the gospel to fellow students and teachers and a revival broke-out and many students and teachers came to Christ. The Young Catholic and Muslim Clubs in the school were both shut down and he became the Christian Union Chairman.
After high school in 1992, he began working and serving God, then in 1994, he stopped working to help plant a church in Nakuru Town, Kenya in which he served as Assistant Pastor. While serving in the church, he attended Bible school in Nairobi and graduated in August 1997. After graduation, he planted a second church in Nakuru, although.during a 5-day prayer and fasting in Bible school, the Lord spoke to him that he was chosen to go to the nations and raise the standard of believers by preaching and teaching God's Word. After pastoring the second church for one year, God spoke to him to prepare to leave the church to someone else and go to Uganda as a missionary.
In 1999, he brought his briefcase and went to Uganda. Martin has served as Associate Pastor and missions coordinator at the Kibuli Miracle of Faith Church in Kampala until December 2009, when he left to devote himself fully to Harvest Vision Ministries. Since the year 2000, he has done missions in Rwanda, D.R Congo, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Kenya, Sudan, Egypt, Mozambique and England.
In 2000, Martin married Beatrice, a native of Uganda and they have been blessed with three beautiful children, Peace who was born in 2002, Audrey in 2004 and Isaac in 2008.
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Martin became involved with Harvest Vision Ministries through the internet in 2004. In February, 2005, Martin and Beatrice invited George and Linda to Africa and they visited Uganda and Kenya in November 2005.
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Martin is working as the Director of Harvest Vision Ministries in Africa and the Country Director for Harvest Vision Africa (U) Ltd, our Uganda NGO.


Africa News

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She is also working with Pastor Martin on the tentative schedule for George and Wayne Watne that will be traveling to Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the DRCongo and possibly South Sudan in mid-November.

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Our friends from Tennessee visited with Pr Evariste, our coordinator in Burundi, and with Martin the first part of July and did discipleship training with over 100 pastors that are waiting eagerly for us to start the bible schools in that country. They were also able to take over a new sound system that Martin will be getting to our coordinator in the eastern DRCongo.
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They also agreed to take a sound system to Pastor Martin, our Africa director, who is meeting them to help with the training and who will then deliver the equipment to the evangelist who is coordinating outreaches in the eastern DRCongo.
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We are hoping to complete some more which will help provide for the needs of the family and over-all ministry as we prepare Billy to work with Martin to over-see the over-all ministry in all six nations that we are currently supporting.
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Feb 18-19, 2014 - Visit to Canaan Foundation School & Pr Jonathon & Janet's Home- Suzan, our Harvest Vision Africa Admin Assistant joined Martin, George, Wayne and Rebecca to visit Pr.
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The last report we got from Martin his neck was feeling a bit better after some rest. He has been suffering from undiagnosed pain. He spoke with John Light in Juba, Sudan. The situation is somewhat improved. Although he was unable to get his family out of the city to safety, he refused to leave the congregation of believers. Travel has been restricted, & with only one road from Uganda open for food to be brought in people are starving. Martin sent the money allotted for 3 months of missions in S. Sudan to John to purchase food.
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Pr Billy, Eastern Uganda coordinator, received Pr Martin's vehicle this month, after financial provision came through to purchase a new vehicle for Martin in Kampala to continue to oversee all the work happening in the six countries we are striving to see reached with the Gospel.
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Pastor Martin made a visit to pastors in W. Uganda where he ministered and was led to an Assembly of God pastor that has a heart to help coordinate outreaches in this area.
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After returning to Kampala, Kylee spent time with the children of the Comfort Africa program, attended a youth outreach with the youth from the Kibuli fellowship and did some shopping for arts and crafts that will be brought back to the Harvest Center in Sedro Woolley, WA, then Kylee, Martin and Susan drove to visit Pastor Billy, Teddy, family and friends in eastern Uganda.
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Kylee and Susan returned to Kampala and finished up last minutes projects while Pastor Martin visited pastors in western Uganda before returning to the USA.
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Martin visited Pr.
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The smart phones that were given to John Light in South Sudan and Jonathan in Mukono, Uganda are enabling them to communicate on a regular basis and at the request of Pastor Martin, we now have 5 more that will be given to the other coordinators.
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Billy is working with Pastor Martin to revise the curriculum for a 3 month course instead of the current year long that will be finishing this month.
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This would be a good time to mention that the workers that we support through Pastor Martin in all six countries in Central Africa aren't connected to giving groups in the US or anywhere else and aren't in a position to leave their families and callings to raise funds.
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We were blessed that a wonderful Christian woman that retired from her job at the airport after 38+ years met the group at the Entebbe airport and brought help to check the 14 pieces of baggage through customs and to Pastor Martin and Excelwho had came to pick them up.
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It was a privilege to stay in the home with Pastor Martin and Beatrice and their family.
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Martin asked Billy, "How are you going to take care of 16 people?
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After an evening of fellowship, Martin, George, Kylee and the girls spent the night at a local guest house, where Kylee got to give Africa baths to the babies.
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We are currently working on a list of "needs" that are being prioritized to help our co-laborers in Central Africa and will be making that information available to each of you that might prayerfully be called to support Pastor Martin and Harvest Vision Africa. Martin traveled to South Sudan and delivered the keyboard and a cell phone that will help Pr.
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Many thanks to Pastor Martin who gave us a great testimony of the Lord's work during the first quarter of this year and that was shared in the last news report.
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After receiving a request for prayer and support for a young 6 month old girl named Agnes that was put in the care of Pastor Jonathan and Janet in Mukono, Martin released the needed funding to meet her medical needs.
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They put poles in the ground and we got them a tarp, but the people contacted Martin and the last windstorm destroyed their tarp. We are purchasing tin to put on top of the poles so they can be out of the rain during their time of fellowship. We have also sent the money for Billy & Teddy to put cement over the bricks of their new home to protect them from the heavy rains. Martin was happy to tell us that Pastor Jonathyn has started building the foundation and getting the bricks together to start the walls on Madilyn's House that will provide a home for the 25 girls that are sleeping on the floor of that school in Mukono, Uganda.
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Pastor Martin traveled to Rwanda on March 20th to meet with 3 men from Tennessee and they have all went to visit and minister in the DRCongo with Pastor Isaac.
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We purchased toner for the copier that we are using to print material for the Bible schools in E. Uganda and had it delivered to these men in Tennessee so they took it to Martin. We are still waiting to get money to Pastor John Light, our new coordinator in South Sudan, so he can travel to Uganda and spend time with Martin to learn how to care for the outreach equipment that he will be taking back to Sudan when he returns. Also, Martin is waiting for news to schedule his trip to South Africa in April to get acquainted with the greenhouse ministry that is helping farmers and is being supported by a Tennessee-based ministry. If the door opens, Martin will send someone to spend 6 months in South Africa and then with the help of our friends from Tennessee will help begin that ministry in Uganda. Martin will also be visiting each of the coordinators to get a list of the equipment that we need to replace to maintain the 10 sets of equipment that are used to support the year-round outreaches. We are hoping to finance a trip to China in the near future to purchase the equipment. We are estimating that it will cost $13-15,000 to purchase the equipment needed and we would ask that you prayerfully consider helping us meet this need. Some of the equipment has been going year-round for the last 3-4 years and is getting worn out and hard to maintain.
Africa News Mar 1-15, 2013 Martin and Beatrice are back in the saddle in Uganda doing the work of the ministry after their visit to the USA. Shortly after their arrival, they received money to move forward with a number of projects including: the purchase of land for a church building in E. Uganda; the purchase of tickets to fly to South Africa to get acquainted with a farming project that is based out of Tennessee but that might expand to Uganda to help support the ministry; the constructing of the walls for the Madilyn House orphan home in Mukono, Uganda; repairs to the ministry car and for Martin's work visa. During February, our coordinators helped organize 17 outreaches that lasted 51 days and were witness to 1,024 people coming to salvation. We received news that the water tank to supply clean drinking water for the children in Mukono was purchase and installed and the children are no longer sick and that the work has actually started on the walls for Madilyn's House. Martin has purchased the remainder of the equipment needed to go with the sound system, projector and generator that Pastor John Light will be taking with him to South Sudan.
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Martin has been working with some brothers out of Tennessee that will be arriving to do ministry in the DRCongo soon. Before returning to Uganda, Martin will meet with our coordinators in Rwanda and Burundi, and will then meet with the coordinators in N. and E. Uganda and Kenya to inventory the equipment sets so we can plan his trip to China to purchase equipment that will be used to replace some of the worn out sets and additional sets if we have the needed funding.
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Martin who was a way for almost a month and his wife who joined him later, we knew that were where not left alone.
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Martin will also be preparing for a trip to South Africa to witness a greenhouse ministry supported by a group from Tennessee that he visited and that might possibly be able to bring that ministry to Uganda in the


Mexico Update Spring Break Team

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Pastor Martin Ochieng, the director of Harvest Vision Africa, traveled to San Luis, Mexico with Dina Wilkins, Chris Supler, Adrian Vasquez and George Henson afer having a wonderful time of fellowship at the weekly house church at Dale Robertson's shop in Sedro Woolley on Thursday evening, March 29th..

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Martin and the men were able to fellowship with the church family inside the prison on Monday morning and Dina will go with Miguel to visit the women's prison today.


How To Help

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Pastor Martin Ochieng and family - Director of Harvest Vision Africa (Kampala, Uganda)

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