During our National Training Program (NTP) 2022, Navs Field Ministry Partners (FMPs), Labourers and students from across our ministry entities gathered at Berea Theological College, Nakuru from 22nd – 30th Aug,2022 focusing on the Theme of Growing Intentional Disciple-making Cultures.
As we move into the new frontiers of ministry, it was refreshing to hear again the call to make disciples who make disciples; workers for the Kingdom Next Door to Everywhere. Geoffrey Washiali helped us reflect on cultivating a missional mindset in our teams and Bible study groups. He challenged us to have the goal of labourers emerging from our ministries and to have that goal inform our way of life and ministry. Cultivating a Disciple-making culture will greatly impact how we relate in our families and relational networks.
James Sherwood of The Navigators UK focused on developing and sharpening the tools we use to Dig Deeper into scripture. The practical application of this tools using the book of 2nd Timothy was eye opening. As we walked through the book using this tools, the need to correctly understand and apply scripture was evident (2 Timothy 2:15). It was tasking but also very refreshing.
Dr. Chris Amulo, Navigators Kenya National Director in his address to conference reflected on the centrality of the gospel in our lives and in disciple-making. Sharing from his personal testimony, he pointed at men in his life who were faithful to the gospel, from his high school teacher, who’s life he got to observe and those in the Navigators who faithfully discipled him as a young Christian and freshman at the university.
Please pray that we will Grow Intentional Disciple Making Cultures and Dig Deeper into the Word and Prayer.
We see a vital movement of the gospel, fuelled by prevailing prayer, flowing freely through relational networks and out into the nations. Workers for the Kingdom are next door to everywhere!