Forgotten Missionaries International Holds Church Leadership Conference in Kenya

The photo shows pictures used in the Kenyan “Snapshot” tools. (Photo courtesy of FMI)

What would you do if your pastor didn’t know the story of Jesus? That’s the situation facing some churches in Kenya.

In mid-March, FMI will hold a church leadership conference for Kenyan pastors. They can meet each other and receive specific training.

Bruce Allen says nearly 200 people will attend, both FMI partners and other pastors. “We have Bibles to share in a variety of languages for these pastors to take back to their communities. Hopefully, having them in their own languages will give them an even better grasp of the Gospel.”

Pray this conference will equip many pastors across Kenya.


Some of the tribes represented at this conference did not receive Bibles in their own languages until the past few months. Even when they have Bibles, not everyone in these tribes can read.

That’s why FMI also uses an image-based tool called “Snapshot.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller


  • Pray this conference will equip many pastors across Kenya.