The purpose of this study was to find out how the Church of Pentecost in Ghana, an African Pentecostal missional Church, can improve its current missionsfunding praxis in its African mission nations. This is because of the fast-growing phenomenon of Africa-to-Africa missions. Based on a modified form of the Osmer model of practical theology, the study first used literary exploratory and biblical analysis methods. These methods were then enhanced by qualitative case study approach to collect data, through interviews, focus group discussions, document study and personal observation, involving sixty participants from twenty African nations. Some key findings were: First, although the Church of Pentecost practises various models of missions-funding, however it seems to identify mostly with self-supporting model of funding missions.

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