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    Small Deeds Add Up to Big Changes

    January 15, 2019 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    The Locals are Warming up to the Non-locals Our ministry has four full-term missionaries and two interns who were with us from September 2018 through the end of December. Since Mchungaji Kundi Moja started working here we have seen a lot of development and positive change in the lives of the people in this area. … Read more

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    Leading Well Despite the Risk

    December 13, 2018 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    On the first of November a team of four missionaries and four children serving on the field were evacuated by Missionary Aviation Fellowship aircraft from the field. The security situation had been tense since September. The team went through debriefing and counselling sessions before going back to their homes temporarily. They’re grateful to be able … Read more

  • Transforming Communities through their Children

    October 6, 2018 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    Our academy was started in 2000, after we were sent by MKM to be missionaries to the Somali people. At that point there were no good schools among them, and the ones that were in operation, regardless of their quality, were not enough to meet the needs of the many children in the area. Even … Read more

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    God Uses Virus Outbreak to Bring Healing to a Village

    August 4, 2018 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    A testimony from one of our ministry workers on the field: My walk with God is going well, and every day I depend on him to lead me in making decisions for this ministry. He has been teaching me a lot recently about casting all my cares and desires to him in regards to my … Read more

  • Be careful what you pray for!

    June 8, 2018 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    Rain is a natural blessing from heaven. Even before Christianity came to Africa, the absence of rain has always been associated with offending the spiritual realm. Last year Kenya was devastated by a drought so severe that the government declared the country in a national disaster. Christians gathered to pray for God to look upon … Read more

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    Rain for a Parched Land

    April 4, 2018 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    Praise the Lord for rains coming to NE Kenya… pray that wells long dry will fill again, and rebuild the water table which so many tribal herders depend on. Pray too as parts of Kenya have experienced flooding. Pray for a good rainy season for planting and growing needed crops, especially in the youth’s and … Read more

  • Soldiering on in the Midst of Terror

    February 13, 2018 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    By a Mchungaji Kundi Moja team member October 2017 was a dramatic month for the missionaries (church planters) serving in Mozambique among the “M” people group. Early in the month, at once Al-shabaab terrorists struck hard at three neighboring villages killing the men and kidnapping the women and children. One of the women who escaped … Read more

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    Making inroads to an unreached people

    December 20, 2017 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    This short report from Alamini*, a new Mchungaji Kundi Moja (MKM) church planter, gives a glimpse into some of the ways church planters start a new ministry among an unreached people group. I want to thank God for honoring me to be part of the work he is doing among the “O” people. This being … Read more

  • Years of Hard Work Pay Off

    November 8, 2017 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    For the past 27 years, Mchungaji Kundi Moja (MKM) church planters have been working to disciple believers from Muslim background in the various people groups and villages where they minister. They have constantly poured their lives into their mission. In the first few years, they labored constantly, but with no visible results. The hope of impacting lives for … Read more

  • Unity On the Desert Sands

    November 1, 2017 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    For some time now Mchungaji Kundi Moja (MKM) has been working among the minority Christians in one refugee camp in Kenya to build the capacity of church leaders to reach out to the neighboring community. However, this work was cut short when the Kenyan government ordered the closure of the refugee camp and the relocation … Read more