Historic Overview – Apostle Louise Olwagen

Apostle Louise Olwagen (B. Min) founded Africa International Ministries (AIM) in 2000. With a strategic focus regarding the development of church leadership and practical training. Community restoration and development and strategizing urban and rural evangelism.

She is an ordained pastor who has overseen several churches with sound Church growth. Whereas she has promoted discipleship mentoring, coaching, and training. In order to develop Church Ministry Leadership, Training, and development of the Body of Christ members, and Five-Fold Ministry Leadership.

Apostle Louise Olwagen also specializes in Specialist Counselling.  In the following specialist field of ministry:  The SAPD Victim Empowerment Program for Rape Victims, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Cult Movements, the counselling of Satanic Ritual Abuse Victims, Trauma Debriefing, Bereavement Counselling, Marriage Counselling, Prayer Therapy, Demonology, Emotional Healing, Spiritual Growth and Development, and Longevity.

She is a former parliamentarian and Speaker of the Women’s Parliament, presiding over all sittings of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature. As a kingdom influencer, she has imparted godly values and principles to governments(s), the business sector, she is a former politician and has impacted foreign nations. Her parliamentary representational achievements include:

  • International Constitution of the Interfaith Charter Legislation for 2019
  • Commissioning Report Adopted for Legislation 2014, Xenophobia and women (2009)
  • Commissioning Report Adopted for Legislation 2015, Gender-Based Violence and Corrective Rape (2010)
  • Commissioning Report Adopted for Legislation 2013, Tribunal Courts and Gender-Based Violence (2011)

Having overseen Africa International Ministries for 19 years, Apostle Louise Olwagen is increasing her focus on international apostolic ministry as part of the strategic end-times move of God.

Co-Director – John Olwagen

Prior to meeting his wife Apostle Louise, evangelist, preacher and teacher, John Olwagen, formerly planted and administered a church which is still actively growing. Africa International Ministries has reached many diverse communities and has ministered healing and spiritual recovery to individuals in drug rehabilitation. Sharing the joy of many coming to Christ. Evangelist John Olwagen has spiritually impacted the business sector, the Interdenominational Church Industry, Church Ministry Leadership, teaching and training spiritual sons in ministry. Our focus has been to transform and develop communities. The Ministry has assisted with crisis recovery, by contributing and providing support to affected regions and individuals by offering family support and crisis management.

Handing down the Baton – AIM-Reformation 5778

In late 2017, the Lord began to speak to Apostle Louise about a new season for Africa International Ministries, whereas the old ministry and vision was completed. The focus of the apostolic ministry became to raise and release apostolic sons in ministry. That would influence the seven spheres of the Apostolic Ministry within the communities. We firmly believe in handing down the baton of the ministry by multiplication.


What our Logo Emblem Represents

What our Logo Emblem Represents

Definition of the Africa International Ministries (AIM) emblem/logo:

  1.  The Light and Water: The light shines out of Pretoria as the Capital City of South Africa- impacting the edges of Europe. The water is represented as the circle around the logo which will have a ripple effect globally coming from the continent of Africa.
  2. The Oil of Anointing is seen as a drop behind the continent of Africa. This is the Melchizedek Priesthood operating in the Apostolic five-fold end-time ministries and businesses.
  3. Africa Red: Spiritual forefathers like Reinhard Bonnke declared that Africa shall be saved. This is an embedded seed in the soil of Africa that will rise in the end times and seasons.

The Africa International Ministries logo and emblem is a registered trademark and may not be used by any other party other than Africa International Ministries (AIM) or AIM-Reformation5778.org.