Tag Archives: BTCP

Baptisms in Lake Kyoga

John 14:15 “If you love me, you will keep my commandments.” John 15:14 “You are my friends if you do what I command you.” Seeing students putting their faith into action by applying what they have learned is the sign that true discipleship is taking place. That is what we found happening when we visited Eugene’s Foundation Course Class. Eugene… (more…)

BTCP Kenya to BTCL Texas

We had a missions meeting dinner last night with my home church, College Hills. They came and visited us in Kenya last year.  Since then, they have started their own Bible Training Center for Church Leaders (B.T.C.L.) in their fellowship hall on Monday nights. I never knew that hosting them for a two week mission trip in Africa would result in… (more…)

Kakamega

We have finished Foundation Course Teacher Training in Kakamega area. I have been going there every few weeks with a group of my friends to encourage local BTCP students to start a discipleship program for their community. Pastor Herman (one of the BTCP students) called me last night and said “Hello Missionary!” [Herman always calls me missionary because I wont let him… (more…)

Kopsiro Outreach

  The four day outreach in Kopsiro region has begun! So far, 111 exposed to the Gospel and 38 have given their lives to Jesus. We took a new back road to the village and I must say I saw my vehicle scale boulders the size of a car. It was the hardest thing I have ever driven, but it… (more…)

Students Teaching Their Students

The Nandi Hills class has finished training, evangelism, and has moved on to discipleship. They have been leading their own classes for over a month now. It has been such a blessing seeing these men and women try so hard to share what the Lord has been teaching them. It has taken a lot of personal commitment and personal finances on their parts… (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…)