Monroe, Lousiana meets Chembulet, Kenya!

Recently, a team of pastors from Monroe, Louisiana travel to Kenya, where they, along with Samson, our Discipleship Coordinator in Kenya, facilitated a 3-day conference with pastors and their wives. The following message is from Bob Clanton, the Monroe team leader:

“This afternoon we awarded 20 Certificates of Completion to the pastors and their wives. It was a really fruitful time. Something really good is developing among these leaders. It has been an incredible few days. Each team member has contributed significantly. Our goals of instruction, inspiration, empowerment, and connection have been by all indications fulfilled. So thankful for your prayers.”

Through it all, God was glorified and the pastors and their wives from Chembulet were equipped with more tools to continue the transformational work of advancing the Kingdom in Chembulet.

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