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Harvest Leadership Community in Africa

training and equipping leaders to pursue their leadership responsibilities


Thank you for visiting the website of Harvest Leaders Network.  Let us briefly introduce ourselves. Harvest Leadership Community in Africa (HALCIA) Ministry is a non-profit, non-governmental organization with the burden to train and equip leaders to pursue their leadership responsibilities more as a calling rather than just a paid job. Leaders are trained to understand the essence of leadership as that of serving, rather than being served. Leaders are facilitated to discover or clarify their calling and to live out that calling courageously and to finish strong. In living out their clear calling, these leaders get to impact their world holistically i.e. physically, educationally, socio-economically, and spiritually.

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In the process of formulating a strategic plan for the period 2018-2021, HALCIA has seen the need to review its vision, mission, goals, and values to reflect present realities in our efforts at changing the predominant concept of leadership in our communities and nations. We have seen the need to streamline its strategic thematic areas to 3.  This is to realistically carry out its planned activities within its capacity and resources, and to focus on the areas they believe if tackled adequately would bring about the required change.


To promote holistic transformation and the advancement of God’s Kingdom in Africa (and beyond) through raising servant leaders and multiplying servant-leadership communities.


We envision African societies holistically transformed and God’s Kingdom advanced through servant leaders and servant leadership communities.


Safe Communities

These are essential contexts for learning, equipping, and transformation.

Holistic Transformation

Desired change in the individual and the community is physical, educational, socio-economic, and spiritual.


Servant-Leaders and servant leadership communities exist to meet needs.


Physical, financial, and spiritual resources are necessary for the empowering of individuals and communities.


Provides the soil for the building of trust, which is critical to the building of healthy relationships.



Building Servant Leadership Communities

Like building blocks, Servant Leadership’s focus is for the leader to be a servant to those around them and to meet the needs of their followers first and foremost and by doing so following the Servant Leadership approach to leadership, this provides the followers with the skills necessary to themselves become servant leaders

Training, Teaching and Knowledge-Driven

Training is teaching, or developing in oneself or others, any skills and knowledge or fitness that relate to specific useful competencies. Here at HALCIA, training has specific goals of improving one's capability, capacity, productivity and performance. It forms the core of apprenticeships and provides the backbone of content at HALCIA.

Resource Development and Stewardship

Stewardship challenges us to live counter-culturally, anchored in the Gospel message and wholly cognizant that only in living as our model steward, Jesus, we will find hope, freedom and lasting joy and peace. Resource Development also must include time and effort, equipment usage, and other logistic factors or support functions.