James first heard about the gospel through the ‘Jesus’ film shown at his primary school. Recognising his need for a Saviour, but not fully understanding about being saved, James would constantly seek to be ‘born again’ many times at Boys Brigade camps and in church. It was while at university that he better understood the work of the cross, of salvation and sanctification, and grew in his faith and knowledge of Jesus.
He has been involved in the ministry of his local church among youth and young adults, and working with iServe Africa in administration and training. In the future James wants to work in the Anglican church as a bible teacher and servant leader, and to contribute further to the training work of iServe in Nairobi.
He will be studying the MDiv (Biblical Studies) course at Africa International University (NEGST) in Nairobi, until July 2017. He is 28 years old.
James requires £1,780 pa for three years (2014-15 to 2016-17), which includes the 10% BEST administration charge.