What is your ministry?
I lead a movement of disciple-makers among young adults and university students in Kenya. I train and coach teams of disciple-makers to evangelise and disciple others. I also develop materials relevant to the contexts where we work. I equip Christians in the marketplace in Northeastern Kenya with disciple-making skills and tools where the context is 99.9% Muslim. Our goal is to launch a movement of simple, replicable house churches to transform the culture. Finally, I network and partner with churches in urban centers to develop practical discipleship methods as a bridge to mobilising for the great commission. Since I am focused on building a movement of young adults who make and multiply disciple-makers, I anticipate no less than 10,000 people (at the very least) will be impacted by my ministry in the next three years.
What do you hope to gain from participating?
I have a small group of 14 young adults that I am actively discipling and mentoring. We meet regularly for both formal as well as informal gatherings. I also have one-on-one access to all of them and we sometimes enjoy unplanned times together in natural settings. Some of them have begun leading others to Jesus and are starting small discipleship groups in their churches, workplaces, or university campuses. I want to see every one of them become spiritually mature, reproducing and influencing many others. Through YRM, I hope to be further shaped as a disciple of Jesus and equipped to better disciple others.
What is your leadership role?
I have previously been a mobilisation officer in a global missionary network, the director of the Missions Supporters League of Nigeria, and the deputy international director of operations for the Mission Supporters League.