Serving at the Nakuru Women Prison
Providing Bibles and Additional Supplies to the Fellowship at Nakuru Women Prison during the R.O.M.I. Mission Trip 2014
Sister 2 Sister Packs
R.O.M.I. Provides Personal Feminine Products to the Saint Margaret Secondary Girl School Students of Homa Bay, Kenya during the R.O.M.I. Mission Trip 2014
R.O.M.I. Mission Worship Team
Worshiping during the Sunday Morning Service at World Harvest Church, Apostle Ssuna in Nairobi, Kenya.
Village of Soroti
Dr. Warren Dillon blessed the people of Soroti by partnering R.O.M.I. with them to help restore the villages church facility.
Village of Soroti
Dr. Warren Dillon gathered the people around to minister to them and teach on the importance of them rallying together to see their community restored and rebuilt.
Nakuru Women Prison
The R.O.M.I. Mission Team ministered to 100's of women at the Nakuru Women Prison during this mission trip. What a blessing!
R.O.M.I. partnered with Richard and Susan Angoma 8 years ago to develop this 500 acre farm which produces fish, fresh fruits and vegetables for the locals as well as houses the Emmanuel Medical facility which went into operation as of December 2013.
Reach One Mission International, Inc.(ROMI)
...So by the obedience of ONE shall many be made righteous. -Romans 5:19
Pastor Warren Dillon recalls his Pastor saying, "Either you are mission minded or you will become a mission field”. After all, the great commission clearly admonishes us to "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost"-Matthew 28:19.
In 1997, God opened a door for us to be actively involved in mission work in Uganda, East Africa. While working with a sister mission group in East Africa, The Lord gave us a vision to build secondary schools for teenagers. The Vision quickly spread to Brother Charles Mason and Minister Eric Carter. Reach One Mission International, Inc. (ROMI) was organized.
R.O.M.I. believes in extending opportunity for change one community, one project, one person at a time... by partnering with several African communities and other mission groups to do the following:
-Build secondary schools
-Build wells for clean water
-Provide medical care and supplies
-Teach AIDS Awareness
-Connect persons via the Internet to college computer coursework.
-Distribute prescription eyeglasses
-Purchase goats for orphaned children
-Procure and distribute farming plows for villages
-Sponsor College graduates to participate in Master’s Program
-Sponsor orphaned children
-Offer Exchange Student Program