The Eleventh Hour Institute (EHI) is a school of missions for Africa. If Africa is to fully participate in the end time harvest, missionaries must be trained and leadership must facilitate and equip those missionaries to successfully accomplish the task for which they are sent. The EHI was birthed in 1999 through the vision of Dr. Lazarus Chakwera, the President of the Malawi Assemblies of God; Dr. John York, Director of Africa Theological Training Service (now Africa's Hope) and missionary Robert Holmes. The purpose of the EHI is to:
Facilitate and support the offering of EHI schools of mission on the African continent
The goal of these institutes is was to promote a biblical vision for global missions among:
Since the first EHI in 1999 in Malawi, EHI training has gone to every region of Africa and many individual countries. Literally hundreds have been trained in this school of missions.
Today, the EHI continues to equip the African church through: