Category Archives: Church

The Zambian, Truck Driver Evangelist

What a testimony from our friend Alex! We met him at the BTCP teacher training in Nakonde, Zambia. While people parish for a lack of knowledge about Jesus Christ, pastors in Zambia are busy preaching prosperity, visiting villages for crusades, making money, and living comfortable lives. They never truly share the Gospel or live among the people to disciple them… (more…)

Witnessing to the Lost

One of the hardest things about evangelism is reaching out to religious people. Sometimes, I would willfully take on an atheist over a religious person.  When my friends and I were in Tanzania, we met a group of ladies who had been sitting in church their whole lives, but when my friend Daniel and I shared the Gospel with them,  they… (more…)

Follow Up

When I first started living out my faith, I pictured evangelism, conversions, and baptisms as the most exciting part of outreach. My contemplation of  “follow up” was this grueling thing that came afterwards full of disappointments and missionary “burn out.” Truthfully, I could have never been more wrong! Follow up is the most exciting part of ministry. It starts with… (more…)

Let the Blogging Commence!

Sorry for my lack of communication. I have had around a solid month of visitors and still one more group arriving on Saturday. Jim and Melony Roche will be going deep into Mt Elgon with my Ugandan friends and I to do evangelism, visit local schools, and help pastors learn more about teaching. If you have any questions, or haven’t… (more…)

Hunger for the Word

“And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others.” 2 Timothy 2:2 I have been praying that God would lead me to a young lady to befriend and train up for a week now. Whoever knew God would answer my prayers so fast–and… (more…)

From Kenya to America, and Soon Back to Kenya

Praise the Lord, I have booked my ticket back to Kenya for September 4th. These two months have been a wonderful opportunity for me to reflect on the past year of ministry, draw closer to the Lord, participate in ministry here in America, and receive encouragement from supporting churches. Above is a picture of the small town of Platoro deep… (more…)

Bible Study Home Group

We had Bible Study “Matatu style” at my house this week! [Matatus are the public buses in Kenya famous for over packing passengers]. In between the Ugandan team visiting us, our friends from Instep orphanage, and the usual group of young adults who meet at my house, we were one full Matatu! There were not enough seats in the house,… (more…)