What is your ministry?
I am involved in disciple making among university students on various campuses around Kenya. I am also engaged in training disciple makers in various spheres of life, including in the local church world, the marketplace, the mission field, and with just about anyone who truly desires to be used by God to make reproducing disciples, especially among the lost. Finally, I am also involved in mobilizing the church in its varied expressions in and from Africa for global missions, especially to unreached peoples. This requires that I raise other disciple makers and mission mobilizers with the same calling and passion to accomplish the goal of seeing Africa fulfil its potential of being a mission sending continent.
What do you hope to gain from participating?
I hope to learn how to make mature disciples who reproduce and multiply as they go in obedience to Jesus' last command. I chose this initiative so that I can be better equipped to understand, live out, and share the authentic gospel. I feel that many times the gospel has not been understood properly and lived out fully by Christians. I desire that the church will return to exploring what Jesus did for us in full and that that becomes a witness to the world.
What is your leadership role or what were your past leadership roles?
I serve as the International Team Lead for Global Activation Ministry, a very young but growing organization. I help to develop leaders for our teams across five African countries. We are working in Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Congo, and Rwanda. As the Team Leader, I recruit, equip, deploy, and supervise our staff teams in all these countries through other leaders so that they can be effective in their teams to replicate disciple making groups in the various sectors we believe the Lord has called us to work in. Part of my role includes developing materials, tools, and resources that our teams and groups use for mission.
Why should someone invest in your ministry?
My vision is to see the glory of God revealed through the lives of mature disciples who obediently go to serve wherever God sends them. I long to see a movement of young Africans living and sharing the gospel on every continent and starting small groups that multiply.