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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Kenya’s economy continues to grow at a rate of over 5% per annum. The rains have been good and the weather is as cool as we would expect in July and August. The political temperature is also mild and Kenyans continue to go about their lives unimpeded. Recently, we travelled on the new train to Mombasa. Looking at the passengers aboard, we continue to be a country in which the rich and the poor live side by side. Outside the air conditioned train, we passed by many homesteads that reminded us that too many Kenyans (about 15 million) continue to live on less than $1.90 a day. And yet for all these Kenyan peculiarities, life continues to run as it has always done with no change on the horizon.
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