Gerald and Louise are passionate about young people knowing Jesus and living lives committed to him.
Gerald and Louise both work with iServe Africa. Gerald leads a discipleship programme called TransformD for young people after they have finished high school. The Kenyan education system has a natural gap from January to August so it is a strategic time to offer a discipleship programme. It means that the young people don't have to delay their studies and it makes good use of this free time. The programme runs for six months and is held at the iServe Africa premises.
The main focus is to deepen their faith and knowledge of the Bible while also making time for mentorship, life skills and cross-cultural mission training. It includes a month-long mission trip within Kenya. The programme also runs a 500m2 greenhouse to teach about farming, teamwork and the theology of work. The young people leave TransformD better prepared for their next stage of education or employment, stronger in their Christian faith and with some good Christian friendships formed during their time there.
You can find out more about TransformD and give in support of the programme here.
Gerald and Louise have twin boys called Jeremiah and Daniel.
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‘All over the world this gospel is bearing fruit and growing, just as it has been doing among you since the day you heard it and understood God's grace in all its truth.’ Colossians 1:6
Hearing and understanding the gospel has implications - because when a person understands ‘God’s grace in all its truth’, they turn to Jesus.
Many people have heard the gospel but have not yet understood the glorious truths of God’s grace. They believe that they must work for their salvation. However, the wonderful truth is that salvation is a free gift, granted by God through Jesus Christ.
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