Posts Tagged baptisms

update: October 2017

CCBTI (Community Christian Bible Training Institute) classes, a new book published, Kenyan politics, home assignment update, and a very important baptism. For details and pictures, read our October newsletter.

Unhindered Disciple-making

Christ’s Kingdom in Kenya is continuing to expand and deepen in so many exciting ways!  …  Since our last newsletter, we have witnessed baptisms, heard of many other baptisms and new church plants by our national co-workers, planted two new branches of our Community Christian Bible Training Institute (CCBTI), and have our Discipleship Training Institute […]

chewin’ the news

What’s not to smile about? For some of our latest news, please read our October newsletter (.pdf format, with more pictures). Note:  the update should be printed on legal size, rather than standard, paper.  If you need to print a copy, let us know and we can share a version with larger resolution images. … […]

2014 Ministry Update

We missionaries are often asked to describe our typical day.  That may be the hardest question we’re ever asked.    We tend to have multiple responsibilities in multiple locations and vocational ministry can be full of surprises. But we do understand why the question is asked.  So since it has been awhile since we’ve shared a […]

Discipleship Training School reborn

Emaisisi Olaitoriani lang! “Let us all praise our Lord together!” We have some wonderful news to share with you about the ministry among the Maasai, especially concerning the Discipleship Training School (DTS).  Read the full update here.  We are also in the process of putting together a website just for the DTS.  We will let […]

August update

The power of stories, a TBTI course, a Story-telling workshop, a new church plant & baptisms … Click here to view a PDF of our latest newsletter. . The picture is of part of the TBTI class in May 2012. Each morning we started with worship. For some reason or another I couldn’t add a […]

2011 church growth

In 2011, there were 38 new churches planted in the CCC. There were 23 congregations planted in Maasai land (including two, I believe, in a tribally mixed area). There were 13 congregations in Turkana land. There was 1 new congregation planted in the Kibera slum of Nairobi. There was 1 new congregation planted in Samburu […]

update, March 2011

For those of you who are not on our snail mailing list … click here to view a PDF of our March 2011 newsletter.

New Birth

At church today we had seven baptisms.  While the new beginning and new birth of baptism is always exciting, this baptismal service was particularly special, for two reasons.  First of all, there were four different tribal groups represented:  Maasai, Kikuyu,  Luyha, Kisii.  What a wonderful foretaste of heaven!  Just three years ago, Narok was on […]

Where in the World are the Barrons?

We have NOT just returned to Kenya … Click here to download PDF of our February 2010 newsletter. When people are interested in learning about our life as missionaries, my favorite question is “Describe a typical day.”  That request always makes me smile, because sometimes we would really like to have the predictability of having […]

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