The centre aims to equip word-ministry workers with skills to identify cultural trends that may affect how the gospel is understood and received in their parishes and in the whole of the country.
The centre provides ministers, evangelists and lay readers with skills to anticipate the challenges and the opportunities of rapidly changing Kenyan cultures. It also further develops their skills in expository bible teaching in order to continue to teach the Bible in their parishes accurately and persuasively.
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No one (sadly - not even those of us who pray for Kenya and the Church) saw it coming. I mean the handshake between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga - the bitter contenders for Kenya’s presidency. But on 9th March this year, the two men did the unexpected; they met, sued for peace and shook hands to seal the deal. Immediately that happened the political temperature in the country dropped.
I suppose that is the mystery of prayer. Often when we pray, the best we expect is that the Lord will give us the bare minimum of our requests. But He is a gracious Father and gives us what is best for us. Please join us in thanking Him for generously answering the prayers for peace made by the Church in Kenya.
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