Women`s Leadership Development & Training
Since incorporation, Matthew 28 Ministries has been steadily ministering to women and men in Kenya in partnership with various organizations. View More
Community Transformation: Microfiance projects
Microfinance training: offered 7 times already Under the construction. View More
Adult Literacy Programme
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Matthew 28 Ministries, Inc., founded in June 2006, is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity organisation that seeks to equip women in Africa to become effective disciple-maker for the kingdom of God.Our Vision
Our Mission is to educate and train women in Africa for the work of ministry and to help them grow into Christ-likeness. Our Vision is to see these trained and equipped women transforming their communities by serving in the local church and other ministry agencies by making disciples. Women constitute over seventy percent of the African Church; thus, to equip and mobilize women to become disciple-makers is to reach Africa for Christ.Read More
Is to better equip women leadership with theological education and with the practical training that will enable them to be more effective in ministry. Our aim is also to train men so that they may learn to serve God side by side with women with fairness in treatment and equality in opportunities for ministry services. This philosophy is based on the Scripture that God created man and woman in His image and gave them a joint command to have dominion over His creation. In addition, Scripture shows that Jesus Christ treated women fairly and with dignity; He taught them, let them follow Him and serve Him, and gave them opportunities to serve others. Thus, we seek to train not only women but also men in their understanding so they can fully partner with women to fulfill Christ’s Great Commission.
2. Young girls Empowerment (Karambiani Ministries)
3. Evangelism through life Enhancement Projects
“It helped me to [know] that women are relevant to the ministry. … It encouraged me to empower women and so God showed me one woman with His gift of a pastor so I will be giving her that chance”
The training course was an eyeopener for her, especially, the Bible Study lectures was so encouraging that, she felt even she could teach the Bible.
clara was so challanged by the leadership training that she enrolled in a university in Nairobi for a BA in Theology degree program
Upon returning home after the training, she organized a women’s conference to share what she learned from the training. Over 1,000 women attended, from the region inclduing women all the way from Sudan and Uganda.