Deborah serves the Maasai tribe in rural Kenya. Through her ministry the Lord has started a growing church and enabled a number of projects to show the love of Christ to the community. She says….
“Our church is still new and is hungry and thirsty for the Word of God. We have over 100 children every Sunday who love to learn and interact with visitors. Our Girls Club meets monthly to build relationships and help Girls 10-15 who are at risk of FGM and early marriage. We are in the process of drilling a deep well to provide clean water to the surrounding community. Once we have a reliable source of water there are many agricultural projects we can begin to help the community with.
We periodically go out into the bush with the local Maasai MD and do a mobile bush clinic and have had a team to do eye testing clinics for those living remotely. We have a program for providing hot lunches to the children at the nearby school. We have a ministry for Natural Medicine, growing plants that cure malaria and other ailments. We administer a Micro-Loan program to help small business owners become self-sustainable. Everything we get involved in is an opportunity to show the love of Christ in action.”
From its snow-capped mountains to its sweeping plains, Kenya is a country that doesn’t disappoint in any capacity. Teeming with safari wildlife and a people immersed in tribal culture, serving in this nation leaves an impact that is permanent. Join our missionaries whose heart is to partner with local churches and start community centers that address a wide variety of needs. The country has over 40 ethnic groups making Kenya a great place to dive into God’s work, spreading the love of Jesus.
- Clean water projects
- Mobile bush clinics
- Micro-finance loan program
- Small-business training
- Natural medicine gardens
- Work with children and youth
- Internship opportunities
- Serving the people of the Massai tribe