Mission & Vision

MISSION STATEMENT

To lead students in secondary schools and colleges in Kenya to come to a personal knowledge of Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, mature in Him and equip them for effective service, & mobilize and empower Christian workers for effective service among the students.

VISION

A Generation of Role Model Christians, having Godly Values and Playing an Active and Positive Role in Church and Society

 

KSCF P2P DINNER 2017



KSCF THANKSGIVING DINNER, NAIROBI CLUB. 6TH OCTOBER 2017, 6-9PM. CHARGES: 2000

       RE: AN OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN THE LIVES OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN KENYA

 

Greetings in the name of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ!

KSCF has played a major role in moulding the character of high school students Kenya over the last 58 years. With the dynamics of high school ministry in Kenya changing over the last few years, KSCF is deliberately rethinking its ministry delivery to schools to focus more on training and equipping students for ministry through Peer to Peer (P2P) ministry. The Peer to Peer ministry seeks to transform students through students. This is because, we believe that peers have a lot of influence on their peers.

The plan is to pilot this program in 150 schools beginning January 2018 and then implement it in 900 schools 2019-2022. We trust the Lord Jesus Christ that this intervention will result in the following impact:

a.   Students who understand the Bible and are able to defend the Christian faith

b.  True disciples of Christ who are able to represent the true picture of God, share His word and testimony among their peers

c.   Students transforming school environment through example-ship and moral strength

 

To achieve these goals, there is need to print massive number of training materials and conduct effective training both at the counties and national level. For this reason, we have organised a fundraising dinner on 6th October 2017 atthe Nairobi club from 6pm-9pm to give people an opportunity to be part of this intervention.

The funds raised will go towards piloting the program in 150 schools from January to July 2018. It will cost KES. 20,000 to pilot this model in one school 

The KSCF Peer to Peer Ministry Fundraising Committee led by Mr. John Nganga (Chief Patron) is therefore requesting you to help meet the cost of this budget by adopting a school.This can be achieved by sharing this with 10 friends within your network to give KES. 2,000 towards this noble course

We believe that by participating in this ministry shift we shall all have contributed immensely towards equipping more workers to fulfil the Great commission in the student world.

Your response will be highly appreciated. 

Contact us via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or call 0721770933 for more details.