ACLAN, NASIPIT Leader: Joey Dauz
The Aclan ministry was already existing even before it became an affiliate of the Ariise Christian Ministries Inc. In June, 1999 some of the Core Leaders of the Aclan ministry joined other Christians from other parts of Mindanao. They organized the Arise Christian Ministries, Inc. Since they were members of the organizing committee of ACMI, they decided to affiliate to the ACMI. In June 23, 1999, the ministry was reorganized and the ACMI Aclan was born. With Pastor Leo Oliveros as the area leader. Today, there are 14 members of the elders who are co-laboring together in helping the brethren grow in their relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Also, during the early part of 1999, Pastor Leo Oliveros started to reach out to the tribes in the Agusan provinces particularly, the Higaonons.
Current Activities: Sunday Fellowship - around 100 people. The main activities of the brethren are Bible studies for members, i.e. youth, core leaders, professionals, kids, communities and leaders of the tribes. They also have Sunday and Midweek worship services, evangelism and regular visits to the tribes. In addition, the ministry also conducts conferences for the members.
AMPAYON, BUTUAN CITY (Leader: Fernando Ferrera)
The ministry is being led by 9 elders mostly professionals. The elders plan and implement the activities of the ministry. Current Activities: The main activities of the brethren are Bible studies for members, i.e. youth, core leaders, professionals, kids and communities. They also have Sunday worship services, evangelism and Bible studies. Sometimes they join the Aclan Ministry during conferences and short term trainings.
Km. 22, LAWAN-LAWAN, LAS NIEVES (Leader: Boy Sing - ingan)
This ministry area is an outreach of the Aclan ministry. They also have started conducting their Sunday worship services. Their Pastor is a native, a higaonon.
Bokbokon, Las Nieves (Leader: Ansoy Sing - ingan)
This ministry area is an outreach of the Aclan ministry. They also have started conducting their Sunday worship services. Their Pastor is a native, a higaonon (a chieftain and former rebel). The former rebel soldiers are now God’s soldiers. The other outreaches conduct their worship services occasionally and there are regular Bible studies. These are being visited at least twice a month by the mother ministry areas.