These projects are about a child, a woman, a man – our community. These projects are about you. They offer a chance to connect with communities we are committed to celebrate. This is an invitation to consider what we really know and believe about our neighbors and friends.
These ministries are presented to move you toward an enriched life in community where we can act justly and show mercy. We invite you to celebrate these friends and neighbors with us through extravagant love and lavish giving. In this we are pointed to a loving generosity that is greater and more enduring than our own – that of our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us take steps that will either lead us in a new direction or motivate us to continue down a road already chosen.
He has shown you, O man what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8
Christ to the Unreached Project International Ministry
Christ to the Unreached Project International Ministry (CUPIM) is a mission agency reaching out to the unreached peoples groups. It engages in research, Church planting, discipleship, and mentoring of new converts.
They are located in near Kapsabet town Nandi County. We are helping to build a drug and alcohol counseling center and provide medications for the Faith Dispensary. They are planning a library to be used as a resource for Pastors, lay leaders and the community. They also plan to provide leadership training center, refresh and retreat center for pastors. Currently they have a temporary worship center which can house 80 people.
Institute for the Study of African Realities
Institute for the Study of African Realities (ISAR) is a constituent school of Africa International University (AIU), located in Karen, Kenya, a suburb of Nairobi. This leading university was formerly known as Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School Theology (NEGST). ISAR provides Certificate courses, Master’s and Ph.D. programs in Inter-religious studies, and other short courses. We provide strategic partnerships with like-minded universities in the USA, scholarships, faculty endowment, and program support.
Living Hope High School
They are located outside Bungoma in a rural community.
This school started by former educator, Marilyn Uhl, is able to attract and graduate the best and brightest students, many from families that are unable to pay for their education. We support this school through various projects which include building a dispensary for the community that also provides for the students. We take short term medical mission teams here that provide annual examinations, education on preventative healthcare, and treat existing heath care conditions for both students and community members.
New Scent Centre International
Many thousands of young girls, some as young as 5 years old, are being sold for sex by their parents and others on the streets of Kenya. Some, are homeless and sell themselves. The sexual abuse they endure scars them for life. Flora Mwikali, a seminary graduate, left her job as a university professor to save these young girls from a life of hopelessness and degradation and introduce them to new life in Christ.
Pan Africa Christian University
They are located on the North side of Nairobi and is recognized for their organizational leadership, communications, and theological programs. We are assisting them with several projects that are part of their strategic plan which includes building an athletic field that can be used for soccer, track and field, with a long term goal of building an aquatic center. We raise money for student scholarships, faculty endowments, and are planning a sustainability conference later this year in partnership with the Kenya Private Sector Alliance-KEPSA and the Association of Private Universities. This public-private project is designed to bring sustainability to public and private universities in Kenya and link the business community to the academic centers for better integration and collaboration linking education to the growing economic development occurring in Kenya.
Peace Building, Healing, and Reconciliation Program (PHARP)
PHARP is located Matasia/Kiserian Road, 1st Floor, Tuskys chap chap building in Kajiado-North County and are actively working in 10 communities and about 6 counties in Kenya. PHARP’s vision is to see transformed individuals and communities living in holistic harmony with one another, God and the physical environment. PHARP’s mission is to foster peace, healing and reconciliation through training in conflict prevention and reconstruction. PHARP’s programs include: peace building, conflict transformation, trauma healing and forgiveness, reconciliation, discipleship and publications of educational materials.
The Beth Mugo Cancer Foundation
The Beth Mugo Cancer Foundation was founded and registered as a charitable Foundation in Kenya with the main goal being to contribute to the reduction of health and social-economic impacts of breast, cervical, and prostrate cancer. The Foundation’s Mission is to mobilize support for enhanced access to breast, cervical and prostrate cancer information, screening and referral for improved prevention, early detection and treatment. The Foundation focuses on carrying out free cancer screenings to the public for the purpose of enhancing early detection and providing care and support for cancer patients, their care givers, and cancer survivors.