A and K

Did you know around half a million Africans study abroad, with about 1 in 5 going to East Asia? International churches are a unique opportunity to equip the African church, since they constitute about 70-80% of their congregation in many East Asian cities.

Teaching Theology, Training Pastors in Kenya

The film ‘Out of Africa’ begins with Karen Blixen’s words, “I have a farm at the foot of the Ngong Hills”. Well, I work at what used to be three farms at the foot of the Ngong Hills: Africa International University has a beautiful 50 acre campus some 15 miles from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya.

Kip’ and Rachel Chelashaw

Whilst most Kenyans identify themselves as Christian, many people do not fully understand the gospel or how the whole Scripture points to Christ. Many remain unchanged by the good news of Jesus Christ, and few are seeking to reach those of other religions.

Martin and Claudia Bussey

Teaching theology in Africa (first in Nigeria for 15 years and now in Kenya for 15 years) has been… well, many words could be used, but ‘fascinating’ is one of them!