Our life in Kenya began, of course, before we even moved here. It began with short visits, long talks, and dreams of partnering with God and others in ways that would help bring life …Read More →
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When God places a hunger in people’s hearts, our job gets a lot easier! We continue to see growth in our community at Trinity Vineyard Church Nakuru, with new guests coming weekly (and returning …Read More →
A guest post by Naomi Wakesa.
Naomi Wakesa is a UK native and a schoolteacher who lives in Nakuru, Kenya with her husband Robert. This is her reflection on Trinity Vineyard Church Nakuru
Since moving to Kenya …Read More →
Event planning. I actually like it, and from the few events I’ve coordinated, I think I’m good at it. For our first church service, I was tasked with setting up the “hospitality area.” You know, …Read More →
Let’s face it, numbers are important. It’s nearly impossible to measure anything without using numbers. And without measurements, how do we know whether we’re accomplishing what we seek to accomplish?
In some church circles, there has …Read More →
Have you ever noticed how much Jesus liked to associate with firebrands? He didn’t pick high society people to run his ministry. He didn’t choose desk jockeys to do his work. No, Jesus liked to …Read More →
When I was a kid, I loved fireworks. I’m not talking about the kind that you go see at a festival, eating a hot dog and waiting for hours for the hot sun to finally …Read More →
Language is a funny thing. That an orderly combination of letters can elicit such strong emotions is curious. In a recent blog post, I used the term multi-theological to describe our approach to church in Nakuru. …Read More →
Due to the popularity of this post (and the fact that it kept crashing my personal site) I’ve redirected the original link to this page, where I have much more bandwidth. The full content of …Read More →
OAQ (Occasionally Asked Questions) is a series of posts meant to answer some of the most common questions we receive when we tell people about Trinity Kenya. Though they aren’t asked frequently enough for an …Read More →