Why go?

Why mission? Why evangelism? Why gospel ministry? Why do the hard work of crossing cultural boundaries? Why try to persuade people who are happily unbelieving? Why preach the crazy-sounding message of Christ crucified for sinners? Why risk looking stupid? Why risk persecution and physical harm? Why serve the imperfect church? Why work so hard at preaching the Bible faithfully? Why do the messy business of working with real people? Why…

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Kevin Ombima

My name is Kevin Ombima a third born in the family of four from Siaya County,  Rarieda Constituency. My life has always been shaped by various reflections that keep saturating my mind; these reflections has brought about many discoveries, which have formed the basis of the steps that have shaped my life. I went to Nyagoko Secondary school, where I was re-birthed by the grace of God, and later joined…

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Daniel Kiragu

I am Daniel Kiragu a fourth born in a family of seven, three sisters and three brothers. I was born in kitale and later moved to Kiambu County at two years where I was brought up. I joined Karangi Primary school where I completed class eight in 2007. I then joined Kimunyu high school in 2008 until 2011. I have just completed my four year course at Maseno University in…

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Geoffrey Muatha

My name is Geoffrey Muatha. I am a third born in a family of eight, four boys and four girls. I was born and brought up in a small village in Kangundo, in Machakos County and in a christian family. My childhood was full of memories and the good times we had in the neighborhood, enjoying the natural serene environment. I love cooking, reading, writing articles and designing. You can’t…

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Induction 2016: The new team

Great time last weekend with the new team of iServe Africa ministry apprentices. Looking forward to a great year of listening again and again to the gospel together, exploring it, living it out, speaking it, enjoying Jesus more. Here are the notes for apprentices… 5 Keys to Personal Support Raising How to write a prayer letter Communication and Prayer God’s Mission & Our Mission The Priority of Preaching Living out…

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Winnie Njoki Kamau

My Story I am Winnie Njoki a third born in a family of three and the only girl. I was born in loitokitok and brought up in a small town called illasit at the border of Kenya and Tanzania. I went to school with Tanzanians and the Maasai community hence had a good command of the Swahili language. I remember this with nostalgia because with time the city has robbed me of…

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MTC days 2-5: Imara

Thanking God for teaching us lots of things about himself and ourselves last week. Thanks for our external speakers and facilitators who were really excellent. Thanks for our cooks who fed us wonderfully. Thanks for the apprentices who graciously endured long days and cramped conditions and engaged brilliantly. Here are the resources, notes and links to accompany the training: Sermon Preparation Toolkit; Evangelistic Preaching notes; 10 commandments for Evangelistic Preaching…

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Stand firm

A few resources from the end of the term of Training Wednesdays: Last session of Church History Turning Points – Lessons from Festo Kivengere & the East African Revival; Influence of Keswick Theology on the East African Revival; Andy Naselli’s research on Keswick theology of sanctification – pdfs and mp3s Personal finances – The topic no-one wants to talk about; 5 Best Personal Finance Tools; John Wesley method A few resources from…

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[New Video] Are you passionate about the Gospel?

In case you haven’t already seen it, here is the new YouTube video introducing iServe Africa… …. Interested in being an apprentice? We’re recruiting now for Sept. 2016. Interested in the new ex-cans programme? Contact us. Interested in investing in this unique work raising servant leaders? Details on our partnership page or give securely online outside Kenya to the Crosslinks iServe Africa Project. Conversation KE

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