Even missionaries need a spiritual pick-me-up sometimes. SIM Kenya is looking for a pastoral couple who has shared in successful people-helping ministries to come alongside our team members. As we pursue the goal of glorifying God by reaching the unreached and equipping the church, we need the ministry of God's servants with a pastor's heart to help us thrive emotionally and spiritually, as individuals and as a team.
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This is a great opportunity for someone who loves young people and would like to see them grow and mature spiritually. As SIMPact Coordinator, you would coordinate, equip, and enable short-termers that come to Kenya to fulfill their role with the SIM Kenya team.
The drought and disaster mitigation project works in Kenya to develop and mentor community health extension workers and build capacity in community health units. This provides extensive opportunities for building relationships of trust and planting seeds of the gospel within communities who are very resistant to the truth about Jesus.
Approximately 32% of Kenya’s population is considered Youth who will shape the future of Kenya and the Church. In a survey conducted among the youth in 2016, 80% (most Christians) claimed that their faith was valued above all and yet the responses showed a lack of connection between the Bible and their daily living.
Michael and Jennifer are support-raising with the intention of going to Kijabe Hospital in Kenay. They are both physiotherapists and plan to set up clinics and train others to do similar work. Sent and supported by Elim Pentecostal Church, Yeovil, they are eager to share the gospel through their work.
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For God's clear leading as they work out how and when to leave for Kenya
Tim and Hannah served in Kenya, where Tim was part of the communications team. A talented photographer and videographer, he covered several major stories of how God is working through Serving In Mission during their time in Africa. Tim and Hannah are sent by St Saviour's Church, Guildford and have two children, Reuben and Makena.
They are now at home, working out their next step into mission and celebrating the birth of Makena. If you would like to pray regularly for the Coleman family, please click here.
Bev is the Kenya director for Serving In Mission, helping run a large team of mission workers based in several centres across the country. Sent by New Life Bible Church, Wealdstone, Bev is passionate about working out strategies for taking the gospel to Muslim people in Kenya, very few of whom have ever heard the gospel.
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Colin and Fey have been serving in Nairobi, where they have been setting up small group churches. They went into mission after retiring from work in the UK and have seen the small group ministry go from strength to strength. Sent and supported by All Saints Church, Allesley, they are currently on extended home assignment but intend to return to Nairobi as soon as possible.
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We want to see the Church in Kenya multiplying and growing in spiritual maturity, led by gifted and well trained pastors and leaders, vigorously engaged in gospel outreach across Kenya and around the globe