In 1992, Komi dedicated his life to serve full time on the mission field and has worked and ministered in more thann 25 countries on the continent of Africa, Asia, Europe and in the Americas leading souls to Christ, training Church leaders, and making disciples of the body of Christ.
In 2005, he established Spring Forth Ministries in the US, the predecessor to HOPE Commission International (HCI), with a mission to inspire and equip the people of God to become agents of hope and representatives of the Love of God by engaging in creative evangelism and discipleship as well as community development outreaches.
Rev. Komi Aholou holds a Doctor of Ministry degree with concentration in Pastoral leadership and has lectured on Missions, Relationships, and Leadership in seminars, conferences, and ministry schools. Dr. Komi is currently working on a degree in Management.
For his civic leadership and community outreach, Komi was recognized as a “Honorary Citizen of Little Rock” ; “Ambassador of Fellowship and Goodwill for the City of Little Rock” by the Mayor and City Council of Little Rock; received a key to the city of Eudora, AR; and was appointed by the Governor of Georgia an honorary Lieutenant Colonel of the State of Georgia and Governor Staff
Komi and his wife Tiffiany Aholou, PhD oversee the works of Hope Commission International, Inc, sending mission outreaches out and leading workshops in both US and abroad.