Separation of Church and State

I showed you all some pictures of a local school the other day, but I didn’t explain what happens over the week when our teams from the States visit them. In Kenya, there is no separation of church and state. This means that Christianity is very much a part of their upbringing, and teachers are always open to letting missionaries come and do programs with their kids. This man spent about an hour sharing with them about the true Jesus and the falseness of the Prosperity Gospel. His message was that if Jesus’ obedience led him to the cross, and we are to be like him, don’t just believe that your life is going to be more comfortable if you follow Jesus.

2 Responses to Separation of Church and State

  1. Rebecca says:

    How interesting, that Christianity is allowed inside the class room. Are other religions also allowed?
    Thank you for all the updates.

  2. elizabeth says:

    Honestly, I don’t know if they allow other religions. They are a self proclaimed Christian nation.

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