Kenya School Of Preaching Begins Class...

Dear Brethren, 

I trust you are doing well. It is the third day in class and all the 20 students are settled now and everyone is very excited. The classes began on a high note and the standards are high. The weather here now is very hot and some students are struggling to adapt, but they will get used to. 

Last Sunday we worshiped together within the school compound. I led worship service while Elias led Bible class.

The class hour begins at 8 am - 3 pm Monday to Friday. At 10 am we have daily chapel, at 1 pm - 2 pm we break for lunch, 5 pm they go for supper while at 7 pm the students have compulsory evening devotion. During the devotion, one student preaches in English and another translates into Swahili.We intend to help them learn and get used to translation as it is a need here. The courses we are teaching are Genesis, Homiletic, Life of Christ one, Acts and English I.

We are very thankful to God for helping us overcome the earlier huddles and to you for the sacrifices you have made to see this a reality. The dreams have indeed come true but we truly and continually will need your prayers, suggestions and help to make KSOP an excellent preachers school in training preachers who go and fulfill the Lord's Great Commission.

Your prayers and sacrifices have not/are not/ will not be in vain. We will continually keep you in our prayers and work together to train preachers and evangelize Kenya and beyond.  

Brotherly love,


Posted on October 7, 2012 .