Alex and Susannah are in Nairobi, studying at Africa International University (AIU). After studying in Kenya, Alex and Susannah hope to return to Tanzania, where they served in 2013. They plan to teach at Munguishi Bible College, training pastors to teach God’s word.
Alex and Susannah both spent much of their childhood in central and eastern Africa and so are familiar with many of the culturally challenging aspects of life there. Over the year they spent at Munguishi, God grew in them a passion to see the Church in East Africa equipped with leaders who can teach God’s word well. In addition, during their time at Munguishi Alex and Susannah learnt a lot of Swahili as they attended chapel, got to know the students and prepared lessons. From 2014 - 2017 Alex and Susannah studyied Theology for Crossing Cultures at Oak Hill Theological College. To equip them further, they are studying for a Master's in Mission Studies at AIU.
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‘Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.’ Matthew 6:34
Recently we’ve been thinking about the Borana of northern Kenya, a people group who can be found spanning the border of Kenya and Ethiopia. Historically they were pastoralists and due to their use of cavalry ruled the arid region of northern Kenya. Please keep praying for my friend Ali, who is a Borana, to come to know Jesus as saviour. He is interested in reading the Bible but the last few weeks have taken us Macleans away from Nairobi and we will be away for three more weeks now, so pray for reading the Bible together to recommence when we return to Nairobi. We have a visit planned to Marsabit in northern Kenya in July, God willing. The purpose is to gather data for Alex’s master’s research, to visit Borana Christians and see how the church is doing in that part of Kenya.
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