Category Archives: BTCP

More News from Pokot

There is an area very deep in Pokot territory called Alale. It is around 5 hrs drive deep into the bush, and if you hike another 30 km  by foot, you will meet people who don’t even know what century it is. I met a couple by the name of Rick and Mary who have been doing mission work around… (more…)

How Beautiful are the Feet

I was looking at a beautiful picture of our students in the Nandi Hills and our visitors trekking through a rain forest to reach more camps, and this scripture came to mind: How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion,… (more…)

Why Should We Share the Gospel?

There is such a point as too late. I am sure everyone reading this has seen the horrifying consequence of the absence of God in someone’s life, so I will spare you the photos. Dr. Phau took my friends visiting from Texas and I to the morgue the other day. Luckily for us, there was enough room for all the… (more…)

Pray for a Firm Grounding in the Word

My students and I set out for door to door evangelism, looking for new students my students will teach. One thing that breaks our hearts is how many people there are in Western Kenya who claim to be Christians, and go to church, but have never heard the gospel. Almost all of the people I have spoken to believe they… (more…)

Evangelism

My students are ready to start discipleing people in their communities, so we have started evangelism in the area and are leading people to Christ, getting their phone numbers, and signing them up for Bible classes. It is quite exciting. It will probably take us another month to reach all of the community we have mapped out. So, how do… (more…)

Servanthood in Action

  As mentioned earlier, each teacher lead one session of the conference that related to their main strengths. The topic of John’s session was servanthood  and how it relates to leadership.  John was overqualified for this topic! Pictured above is Greg commending him on all his service. When we were in Kakuma refugee camp starting a bible school, John was… (more…)

Pray for Discipleship Movement

During the same training I mentioned in yesterdays post, my assigned task was to share with these teachers the system I use to help students start discipleship programs for their community. It was quite a task: training teachers to go and train the teachers under them to train students to go and teach in their communities. What I though was… (more…)