Agape Foundation (AFG) ) is based in Grenada, West Indies and was legally registered in November 2007 as an educational institution. This initiative comes out of years and years of fervent prayer and deep yearning to engage in actions that communicate our faith in an infinite, personal, Triune God actions that are needful, meaningful and relevant in an ultra-modern, post-Christian world.
Joan Purcell, a Christian and Caribbean woman, supported by a small group of friends, has responded to this call of the heart with the commitment to move into purpose-full, Christ-centered ministry. The intent of which is to release redeemed personhood, righteous servant-hood and stewardship, transformed characters and communities, and to disciple individuals and institutions within the nation.
Over the past five years, AFG has successfully facilitated weekend retreats in personal and spiritual development for adult women and teen moms. And has hosted the first Teddy Victor Memorial Dialogue and conducted four Vision of Change Seminars for young leaders.
AGAPE Foundation is committed to preparing new leadership for the 21st Century, mentoring the next generation and building sustainable communities through the promotion of a biblical world view and the application of biblical principles.
To this end, AFG is widening and deepening its scope of activities in order to carry out its stated mandate of preparing leaders, providing mentorship, empowering people and building community, for the glory of God and the well being of the peoples of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique.