A strategic lighthouse for the Gospel

two men with boxes full of Bibles

Kenya sits at the base of the Muslim-dense nations which make up the ‘Horn of Africa,’ making it a strategic lighthouse for the Gospel across eastern Africa.

There are 42 linguistically distinct tribes across Kenya, some of which are only now about to receive the complete Bible in their own language for the first time. Many homes in the region where FMI’s partners serve have no access to electricity or running water, and conditions can best be described as “developing.”

While Kenya is a predominantly Christian nation (the Joshua Project notes that 48% of the population considers itself evangelical Christian), nominalism is rampant.


News from Kenya

June 2, 2021

FMI sends team into dangerous area of Kenya (MNN)

Kenya (MNN) — In the early hours of January 13th, terrorists attacked Kamuthe, a small village in Kenya. They cut communications, then murdered three Christian teachers, left […]
June 2, 2021

FMI moves towards ministry in Kenya, Somalia (MNN)

Kenya (MNN) — Kenya, near the border of Somalia, has become an increasingly dangerous place for Christians. Unrest and violence tend to spill over from Somalia, and […]
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