Community Spotlight Wednesday Ereri, Kenya

A Youth Conference was held at Endana Secondary School where over 160 youth from local churches attended. The topics taught were dreams and vision, education and career, spiritual gifting, effective youth ministry, understanding the Kingdom of God, and spiritual purity. During the conference, 22 of the attending youth were baptized!

Youth standing along the river awaiting baptisms during the Youth Conference

Since the conference, youth from Gichagi village have begun evangelizing in their community, traveling from home to home. The youth have brought 2 of their community members to Christ!

The fencing at Ereri Primary School is almost complete! The final construction began in September once the students and teachers returned to school.

As always, thank you to everyone who has traveled to, prayed for, and invested in Ereri!

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