“Jesus for All Nations”


In Jesus we are one body, one tribe, one global family. NCSS is committed to reaching the world having Love of Jesus in our hearts. The BIBLE is the inspired and only infallible and authoritative written Word of God.

There is ONE GOD, eternally existent in three Persons:


God The Father


God The Son


God The Holy Spirit

We have firm believe that by reaching under developed, marginalized and neglected masses living in under developed countries of Africa and Asia. Going beyond boundaries of religion, cast, creed, nationality, ethnicity and race. Our heart is filled with the unconditional love of God.

Vision to reach Africa with Love of Christ

The world´s most impoverished and vulnerable countries .i.e. Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Somalia, Uganda, Burundi, and Tanzania etc. The least developed countries (LDCs) are a group of countries that have been classified by the UN as “least developed” in terms of their low gross national income (GNI), their weak human assets and their high degree of economic vulnerability.

Critical Situation of LDCs (Least Develop Countries)

“Committee for Development Policy (CDP)” of United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) recognizes LDCs as the group of nations with

  1. Low literacy rate, no access to education,
  2. Poor healthcare fasciitis,
  3. polluted drinking water
  4. Low per capita income,
  5. Low saving and investing rate,
  6. Extreme poverty and massive unemployment,
  7. Low level of human resource development,
  8. High degree of economic vulnerability,
  9. Poor infrastructural development,
  10. Higher external dependency regarding the economy,
  11. Socio-economic and political instability,
  12. Widening gap between rich and poor,
  13. Prevailing discrimination, injustice and inequality,
  14. Poor human right records,
  15. Internal conflicts and different kinds of terrorism,
  16. Weak institutional and administrative capacity,
  17. Poor internal resource mobilization,
  18. Demographic explosion,
  19. Poor access to technology,
  20. Brain drain,
  21. Lack of expertise,
  22. Lack of public expenditure in productive areas,
  23. Lack of security,

How Can We Make Impact

We can make impact by reaching least developed African countries with the “Love of God” and providing:

  1. “Quality Education” to Next Generation.
  2. Clean Drinking Water.
  3. Basic HealthCare Facilities
  4. Rescue and Rehabilitation of Children from Child Labor.
  5. Eradicating Poverty
  6. Hunger Alleviation
  7. Solving Humanitarian Crisis