Located in N.E. Africa with a population of over 35 million, Kenya continues to be a solid base for Christian ministry to Africa. While there is a good percentage of evangelical Christians in the south, there is a great need for evangelism in the north, where many unreached tribal people are responding to the gospel.
Worldwide Proclamation / OAC Kenya
OAC is targeting these unreached tribal people through open air outreaches using the “Jesus” film in their languages. Hundreds of people are coming to each meeting, including Muslims. They are very open to the preaching of the gospel, and many are responding to Christ. Pastors are attending the outreaches, and churches have been planted.
Over half the population of Kenya is under the age of 15, and many public schools are open for religious education. Principals have allowed OAC to present the gospel to their whole student body, and many students have prayed to trust Christ as Savior.
To reach the remote villages, our evangelists must leave the roads and drive through wilderness areas. This is extremely hard on the OAC truck, which requires excessive maintenance. Tires last only 8,000 miles. To save fuel, they stay out in the villages for several days at a time. often sleeping in tents. Although the operating costs are high, the precious souls being reached are priceless.
OAC Kenya currently has three staff, about whom you can read at the following links: