With Isaiah 58 as a guidepost, Bridge seeks to educate: First, our mission is to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, bring the homeless to shelter- While encouraging entrepreneurship and self-sufficiency among Africans and people of African descent who have struggled economically for centuries. It’s time to break free from the mental, institutional, religious & social chains which enslaved generations. Building entrepreneurial BRIDGES to economic wealth using Kingdom principles.
Many people in Africa and those in the diaspora, of African descent are in dismal financial and social economic situations and have been for centuries. Using the creativity, resilience, and ingenuity of people of African descent, Bridge seeks to connect entrepreneurs, educators and collaborators with individuals, communities, and corporations to create partnerships that build, implement and sustain working relationships inter. To build and rebuild economic wealth. Restoring faith in their own abilities to make a living and thrive as business developers and owners. Repairing the breach between Africans and African Americans, individually and collectively of the scarring that remains between African brothers and sisters who were torn apart long ago – for all in the African Diaspora. With Isaiah 58 as a backdrop passage, Bridge seeks to educate our mission to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, bring the homeless to shelter and to recognize the needs of our own people.
How? By actively exploring opportunities for business and entrepreneurial connection; Improve educational methods to recognize the treasures already in our possession, by learning and activating Kingdom principles.
As we work to empower each to uncover, discover and recover their own agency and God-given abilities.
To further BRIDGE Kingdom Ministries’ mission, the following activities may be carried out:
1)To create a Kingdom Mindset Curriculum and implement a cross continental academy for children of African descent to learn together and collaborate between existing, village schools in Ghana, schools yet to be developed.
2)To create poultry farms and grow garden plots at each village. This will involve raising funds to help each village to begin to raise their own chickens and grow their own food. From there, the organization will begin to set up business opportunities to create and generate income.
3) The organization will host retreats, workshops as well as Integrative/Connective Bridging Seminars between the African and the African-Americans.
4)The organization will host business and entrepreneur exchange summits designed to teach participants to use “what they already have in their hand.”
5)The organization will conduct spiritual journeys back to Africa which includes, among other activities: a visit to the original slave castles, participate in a “renaming” ceremony, and participate in various writing and faith-based, healing activities.