iServe Africa provides Christian apprenticeships and gap years for Kenyan graduates and school leavers.
iServeAfrica was founded by Harrison Mungai in 2007, after he spent two years as a ministry apprentice in the UK. The level of training and pastoral mentoring he received convinced him that the African church was in need of a similar programme. Harrison envisaged a programme that would raise up a generation of gospel workers who could teach the scriptures faithfully and live out their faith in the African context.
After 10 years of running apprenticeship training for graduates, iServe Africa launched a gap year programme in 2017. Apprentices receive ministry training at residential conferences three times per year, and are placed in churches and Christian community projects. Here they experience Christian service that will prepare them for faithful Christian witness and evangelism in whatever career path they take.
iServe Africa’s objectives are:
The apprentices, participants of Utumishi (bible handling course) and the training staff were on a break last week, which was refreshing for them. Most of them got a chance to follow the annual Evangelical Ministry Assembly (EMA) organised by the Proclamation Trust.
Praise God that this was a blessing and that it sparked good discussions. Praise God that they were able to rest, re-energise and learn from the conference. Please pray that they will continue to be diligent to learn from God’s word and to apply it in their lives in the second half of the two trainings.
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