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All articles by Martin Bussey

Currently Martin and his wife live in Nairobi. He is teaching at what used to be NEGST (Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology)
but is now AIU (Africa International University), which not only continues to teach theology, but also offers degrees in various
non-theological subjects (e.g. IT, Business Studies etc.).

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November 2000
Articles > World Mission > Africa > Western Africa > Nigeria

Missionary Spotlight – The ‘Christian’ scene in S. E. Nigeria

‘The New Jerusalem Hairdresser’s’, ‘The Heavenly Bakeries’, ‘The Mount Zion Hotel’ — everywhere you see evidence of a past influence of Christianity. ‘The Lord is my Shepherd’ or ‘I’m covered by the blood’ is often painted on the front of lorries, while on the back is painted some Muslim slogan! It seems that whatever…

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November 1999
Articles > World Mission > Africa > Eastern Africa > Kenya

Visiting in Kenya — an Englishman’s impressions

Keith, pastor of the Nairobi church, was working on the theory that the more I saw and did the better. So on Wednesdays we went pastoral visiting from about 4.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. We met five families altogether. One man had been suffering from depression and this had been making him doubt whether…

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