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January 2019
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North West Kenya: Growth in Reformed teaching

In Britain today we live in days when the gospel is being attacked from many sides. Some churches face decline. Some have grown.  Efforts are being made to revive declining churches and also to plant new ones. There are both discouragements and encouragements. The church is violently under attack in some parts of the…

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March 2015
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Shooting in Mombasa

A church official called George Karidhimba Muriki was gunned down by unidentified assailants on a motorbike, just inside the church entrance gate, during January. The attack, in the Majengo neighbourhood of Mombasa city, was the latest in a string of anti-Christian activities that had happened in the nominally Christian country. According to reports from…

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April 2014
Kenya

Return to Wasat, Kenya

It was my privilege at the end of 2013 to be able to return to the area known as Pokot North, in the remote north west of Kenya. This region is over 12 hours’ drive away from Nairobi, and many of the roads to it are very poor, with some being little more than…

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Missionary Spotlight – Pokot update

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April 2009
Kenya

Missionary Spotlight – Pokot update

Pokot update   I visited the Pokot churches in Kenya again in October 2008. It was encouraging to see continuing spiritual growth, manifested in their desire for us to preach the gospel in areas not previously visited.      The first such area was Apur, reached only after an hour’s hot walk from the road.…

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Missionary Spotlight – Missionary work – without the glamour

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September 2008
Kenya

Missionary Spotlight – Missionary work – without the glamour

Missionary work – without the glamour   In his final report Cliff Barton shares more of the down-to-earth challenges of pastoral work among the Pokot of Kenya.   Korokou is a hilly area, yet characterised by much agriculture. We were able to drive up a rough road cut out to aid development. It takes…

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Missionary Spotlight – Kenya

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July 2008
Kenya

Missionary Spotlight – Kenya

Kenya   We continue this series on Pokot, Kenya, with another Cliff Barton article explaining graphically what is involved in missionary work in remote tribal areas.   Here in Kasepa, where gospel preaching began in 1980, they have built a church in true Pokot style – a rectangle of upright sticks, and sticks and…

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Missionary Spotlight – Pioneer mission in Kenya

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January 2008
Kenya

Missionary Spotlight – Pioneer mission in Kenya

  Pioneer mission in Kenya Here is a typical question from the people of Tarakit: ‘Is it true that we must pray before the cock crows, as this is the time when the angels return to heaven and the devils come down to earth?’ Tarakit is on a hill beyond Chepkinagh, with good views…

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Missionary Spotlight – Kenya reaching the Pokot people

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November 2007
Kenya

Missionary Spotlight – Kenya reaching the Pokot people

Kenya – reaching the Pokot people   West Pokot is in northwest Kenya. It is over 300 miles from Nairobi and close to the Ugandan border. Its people have traditionally been cattle raiders. There is little water available in their communities and no electricity. Light at night is provided by hurricane lamps. There are…

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Cush for Christ

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October 2006
Kenya

Cush for Christ

Psalm 68:31 says, ‘Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands to God’. However, ‘Ethiopia’ here is a translation of the Hebrew word ‘Cush’. Among the several pastoral Cushite peoples in the deserts of Northern Kenya are the Rendille, with their fascinating cultural background. It is probable that the Rendille were influenced by black Ethiopian Jews…

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Missionary Spotlight – Kalacha, Kenya

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October 2003
Kenya

Missionary Spotlight – Kalacha, Kenya

  Every morning a small group of men meet for a time of prayer and Bible study in the little church in Kalacha, in the north of Kenya.   Led by one of the missionaries, the group are currently working through the Psalms, and one morning during my recent visit they came to Psalm…

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Missionary Spotlight – Opportunities in Kenya

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November 2001
Kenya

Missionary Spotlight – Opportunities in Kenya

The fellowship at Ulaani gave me a handsome wooden lion. The pastor’s wife welcomed me with a multi-coloured garland. Later I was presented with a wooden walking stick and a hand-made bag and skirt for my wife.   Of course they had to try the skirt on me to show how it should be…

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