29 October 2015


When Paul wrote his letter to the Philippians, one of his primary purposes was to share his gratitude to God for them. Through the person of Epaphroditus, they had partnered with Paul in his time of need and for the “defense and establishment of the gospel” (Phil 1:6). We too are grateful to God for our church partners. Recently they have stood with us by helping us acquire and ship over 500 study Bibles for use in conferences and other pastoral training opportunities. Thank you!
Resources like these are an important part of how we can fulfill our mission to equip Kenyan church leaders for Great Commission work here and around the world. Of course, nothing can replace working alongside these men in ministry, growing together in our ability to apply the unchanging Scriptures to this fast-developing urban context. I would love for you to pray for one such ministry opportunity. Beginning next week and through the next several months, I will be teaching principles of Bible study with a Kenyan friend of mine at our local church. Please pray with us that God would equip his people to love and learn from his precious Word.

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