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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Politics is to Kenya what the weather is to the UK. You cannot ignore it.
That is why a call to pray for a peaceful general election in August was the lead item in our last prayer letter. We thank God that on the whole it was a peaceful election. However the presidential election was challenged in court and was nullified. The repeat presidential election was boycotted by the opposition but the result of the repeat election was upheld by the same court. The president faces the unenviable job of uniting a country more polarised along ethnic lines than ever before. Please pray that the uneasy peace would hold.
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