Kenyan-born Wanyeki and Mary established St Julian's Centre for Life-long Learning in 2014, under the oversight of the Anglican Church in Kenya.
The centre aims to equip clergy, evangelists and lay readers for bible teaching ministry and give them the skills needed to identify cultural trends that may impact gospel work.
It has been said that today’s cultural trends are gospel obstacles or opportunities in seven years time. St Julian's Centre provides word-ministry workers with skills to anticipate the challenges and opportunities the the rapidly changing Kenyan culture brings. It also develops their skills in expository bible teaching so that they can continue to teach the Bible accurately and persuasively.
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Dear praying friends,
“It is perfectly true, as philosophers say, that life must be understood backwards. But they forget the other proposition, that it must be lived forwards.” ― Søren Kierkegaard
Recently, we were looking back at what we hoped to do when we came to Kenya in 2014 at the invitation of Archbishop Wabukhala. Archbishop Eliud’s retirement was two years away. In one of our meetings he shared that he wanted his legacy to be the restoration of faithful bible teaching and discipleship in the Anglican Church. At that time, there was no institution in the country that provided these skills for Anglican word workers in a spiritually rich and academically stimulating environment yet one that was not geared for academic qualification.
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