Kenyan-born Wanyeki and Mary established the ‘Centre for Life-Long Learning’ in 2014, under the oversight of the Anglican Church in Kenya.
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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There is a little farm in Kenya that is not too far from the former Karen Brixen’s farm immortalized in the film ‘Out of Africa’. It is called St Julian’s Centre. Until four years ago, it was poorly used. Today, God is using your money, your encouragement and prayers to reintroduce faithful bible teaching and discipleship to gospel workers in the Anglican Church in Kenya.
The centre has an interesting past. It started life as a dairy farm run by Sir Michael and Lady Susan Wood, the founders of Flying Doctors. The Anglican Church of Kenya bought it from the next owners, the St Julian’s Order of Anglican Community of Sisters. Here, the weather rarely reaches 28oC and mosquitoes are virtually unheard of. The centre has accommodation for 40-50 people and three sizeable lecture rooms. We also grow our own organic food to feed day and residential visitors. The grounds are lovely too.
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