SERVING THE WORLD AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD
FREE AT LAST MINISTRY
Free At Last Ministry is an Outreach Ministry dedicated to reaching outside of the walls of the church to those who are so often forgotten by the masses.
35 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: 36 Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.
We strive to serve the Kingdom of God through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in any capacity that the Holy Spirit leads.
These photos are from our 2014 visit to Lusaka, Kalulushi, and Ndola, Zambia. We were able to minister at the House of Prayer for Pastor Joseph Royanson. We lodged at the orphanage ran by Sister Mutale. The girls she takes care of are very sweet and intelligent. They were very hospitable. We visited with Bishop Chachi in Kalulushi. On the way we saw many sites such as Mothers and Grandmothers of AIDS victims breaking rocks for a living and just witnessing the daily life of Zambians in this under developed Nation.
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Free At Last Ministry was birthed in 1997 originally as an outreach for those bound by Alcohol and Drugs.
Pastor Gibson was a lost soul bound by crack cocaine in 1988. The Lord Jesus Christ saved and delivered him on January 20, 1989.
He was later ordained a deacon (1990), Minister(1993), Elder (1997) and Associate Pastor (2000) at the Breath of Life Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ in Pensacola, Florida under Bishop Bailey, Rich and Gibson.
One day whole praying God spoke to him about reaching out to others bound by alcohol and drugs. The ministry grew through working with prevention presentations for youth, jail and prison services (21 years) along with spiritual counseling.
In 2005, on a trip to Mexico/Belize the Lord began to speak to Pastor Gibson about Foreign Ministry. In 2007, he took his first trip to Nairobi and Mombassa, Kenya and again to Lusaka and Ndola, Zambia in 2014 to preach the word of God.
Zipporah OnKoba Gibson was born in Kisii, Kenya. She grew up in a family of believers and loves the Lord Jesus Christ.
She graduated from African Nazarene University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Counseling/Psychology(Nairobi, Kenya.)
Zipporah has worked with refugees from Burundi, Congo, Rwanda and Somalia, offering psycho/social support as they were being integrated into institutions of higher learning.
She has volunteered in the Kibera slums of Nairobi as a social worker and peer educator. Working in the slums gave her a chance to do counseling with children, adults and couples especially in HIV/AIDS related cases.