Missionaries - Jerry & Janna Lackey

Who We Are

Love Botswana Outreach Mission Trust is comprised of persons from many backgrounds serving the people of Botswana and Southern Africa for over 23 years.

Love Botswana is committed to education, church development, HIV/AIDS prevention and care, and economic empowerment.  80% of the activities of Love Botswana specifically target children and youth.

Love Botswana partners in cooperation with the Botswana government to fulfill the pillars of Vision 2016.

Vision Statement

Developing Christian leaders for Africa.

Core Values

Love Botswana exhibits compassion through pioneering, innovative, and inspiring programs with an attitude of faithfulness.

Doctrinal Statement

The Bible is the inspired, infallible and authoritative Word of God. Salvation has been provided and is available for all people through Jesus Christ. Through His sacrifice on the cross, we can die to our sinful nature and be born again to a new life of purity and power. Water baptism is a symbol of the cleansing power of the blood of Christ and a testimony to our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. The baptism in the Holy Spirit, according to Acts 2:4, is given to believers who ask for it. This baptism provides power to live a sanctified and holy life and to be effective in service to God. As children of God, we are overcomers and conquerors and have authority over the devil and his works.

What We Do

Love Botswana is comprised of many departments coming together to accomplish the goal of developing Christian leaders for Africa.  Its efforts focus on educational programs, HIV/AIDS care and prevention programs, social outreach, and church development.


Love Botswana Outreach Mission operates Okavango International School, a world class educational institute serving kindergarten to grade 12.  Okavango International School serves students of all backgrounds and prepares students to enter the international higher education system.

Youth & Family Division

Every Motswana (Botswana national) has either been affected by HIV/AIDS.  Love Botswana takes a stand on curbing the spread of HIV/AIDS in youth through Reach 4 Life after school abstinence clubs, and in adults through training courses for local leaders.  Love Botswana also stands to empower those infected with HIV/AIDS to build businesses to support themselves and their families. Maatla is group of women using their hands and creativity to provide for and sustain their families.

Community Outreach

Love Botswana’s ministry seeks to help people in their moment of need.  The Lorato House of Love serves as an orphanage and emergency rescue center for abandoned babies and children in need of care.  Through partnership with the Ministry of Educationin Botswana, our nonformal educational programs assist youth and adults in preparing for and procuring their secondary education (GE) equivalent.

All Nations Village Church

All Nations Village Church, Maun exists to reach the village of Maun with the Gospel of Christ. The church seeks to train and equip the community to become a strong, victorious people for God through practical teaching of the Bible.  Pioneered in 1995 with only a handful of people, All Nations Village Church, Maun has grown to a vibrant, thriving congregation of people from over 15 nations.

Church Development

Evangelism and outreach to remote areas are at the heart of All Nations Village Church.  The church operates Love Botswana Bible Institute, a Bible training school which prepares and equips Christian leaders for ministry.   Currently, All Nations Village Church has branch churches in the Northwest District of Botswana and Namibia, with pastors trained through Love Botswana Bible Institute.  The church is also involved in community evangelism as well as ministry in local prisons and through national radio broadcasts.

How Can I Help?

Please visit the Love Botswana website to get involved through prayer and giving opportunities.