My Mission Journey to Kenya


Though not planned for this year, God’s providential intervention has brought me to Kenya to teach God’s Word in the Bible College of East Africa. I am very thankful for the eleven days of His goodness. Below I recount just a few of His goodness I received in this trip to Kenya

  • God’s strengthening grace that was upon me in abundance, as I toiled to finish the lectures on Zechariah and 1 Peter.
  • Blessed time of fellowship with the Principle, Rev Dr Mark Kim and his dear wife. We have been friends since 1987. He is indeed a missionary with biblical “purpose, principles, passion and practice.” His twenty years of labour in the Bible College of East Africa has seen hundreds of men and women being trained in the Word to be pastors, preachers and teachers in several East African countries. He is also deeply involved in establishing a new Bible College in Arusha, Tanzania, a tremendous achievement for the Gospel work in that country.
  • I also rejoiced to have the opportunity to fellowship with several of my former students from FEBC, who serve here as lecturers.
  • The teaching of 29 students was a very fulfilling experience. I pray that they would remain faithful and fervent in the preaching of the Word in Kenya and neighbouring countries.

Early Saturday morning (4am), I will leave Kenya for Ethiopia to join the brethren in Gethsemane B-P Church of Ethiopia during their 4th anniversary. I am trusting in His great mercy and power to minister His Word for the equipping of saints in Ethiopia. I will also be discussing the plan for the building of the Bible College and the church with the leaders of the church. I am very excited to be in Ethiopia.

I would also like to express a word of thanks to all who are praying for my mission journey to East Africa.

More photos from BCEA below