Somebody, pray for the Church in Kenya
I have had the privilege of relating with the NCCK, as indeed the wider Body of Christ here, intimately for much of my life.
The Church I fellowship with in the village – Reformed Church of East Africa – has been a member of the NCCK for quite a while, – some of its clergy have been involved in the NCCK’s leadership at various levels and some of our clergymen still train at the NCCK-run St. Paul’s Theological Training College and University.
Of course they attend St. Paul’s in addition to our own in-house Reformed Theological Institute (formerly Plateau Bible School in Uasin Gishu District).
I have, also, been privileged to interact at close range with some of the current and former faces at the NCCK on a variety of issues.
Indeed, so interested in the NCCK have I been that I presented a case study of it in my leadership class at graduate school last semester.
I therefore get a little more than concerned when such reports as this emerge about the organization.
A bird someplace tells me this is just a tip of the iceberg.
Yet another bird tells me this and much else could impact on the lives of some figures in and out of the organization in ways least fathomed at present.
And no – it won’t be just about siasa, Church-State relations and such.
Somebody, pray for the Church in Kenya.
She won’t be looking good after this.
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