“I’ve learned to think small of myself and to think big of God because God can do big things with small people.”
Four things characterize me:
1) Personal Commitment to Daily Christlikeness -Rom 8:29
2) Commitment to the Great Commission
3) Making Christlike Disciple Makers
4) Humanitarian works with Good Motivation
Julius Hagan was born and raised in Ghana and came to know Jesus when he was in college. From there his entire world changed.
Julius recognized the powerful hope found in Jesus Christ and he became grieved to learn that so many villages were without a single church. Julius began to ready himself to tell the Gospel to these unreached communities around him. It wasn’t long before he was given his first opportunity while visiting a college friend on break.
Julius prayed for a sick man in the village he was visiting and when that man was healed, the whole town wanted to know-how, and Julius told them. From one church plant, fourteen other churches were birthed and Julius became impassioned to continue what Paul states in Romans 15:20, “It has always been my ambition to preach the gospel where Christ was not known so that I would not be building on someone else’s foundation.” The Lord opened doors for Julius to receive the Billy Graham Scholarship at Wheaton College where he finishing his Masters in Evangelism and Leadership.
Julius plans to continue forward with reaching those who do not know the name of Jesus in Europe and Africa through a proactive effort to make Christlike disciples who make disciples and plant churches that plant churches. He and his team also have plans of providing a maternity facility to provide pregnant women in the places where they minister with a safe, decent, and hygienic maternity health. They also seek to enlarge their farm project in the North of Ghana in order to be able to grow and provide more food for the children (in their free school(grade 1-6), pregnant women, and needy families during the annual drought season.