There are no other signs of superiority besides kindness

Planting new churches

One of our main objectives – planting of new churches. We understand that as European missionaries we can not change everything in the country, but we can educate a new generation of local leaders who can change the present and the future of his country and his people.

According to statistics 70% of Kenya is a Christian nation, but this information is obsolete. At best about 60% call themselves Christians,, most of which – statistically. Outside the church, these people live immoral, far removed from the life of God. Kenya is not a Christian nation and this country needs Jesus Christ.

Paganism in Kenya for many years has not lost its power and influence. In fact, it strengthens its position as there is a massive disappointment in Christianity among the population.

Islam is developing intensively and grasps all new territory.

In Kenya, there are seven major regions, where more than 90% of the population are Muslims. It Mandera, Wajir, Garissa, Lamu, Kilifi, Kwale, Tana River. In three regions, the number of Muslims reaches 50-70% of the population.

In Kenya, many tribes, who do not know Christ. Tribes borane, Burj, gabbro, Somalis badzhuni, Swahili, Digo, Mijikenda peoples, ORMAS more than 90% are not Christians, and the vast majority of them have never heard the Gospel.

Kenya needs the active missionary work, which is why we are sending our missionaries in the Muslim and pagan regions of Kenya.

Our priorities:

South Sudan


30 August, 2017


The region of Marsabit is one of the least reached (preaching of the Gospel) regions of Kenya. It is in that region, in the village of Logo-Logo, serves our graduate Joshua Bule.
26 February, 2016

The Kenya we do not know

Many times I had to answer the question, "should I be a missionary in Kenya, we're 70% of the population are Christian?" I have repeatedly asked myself, "What do we do in a country with such a high percentage of Christianity?"