Vol. 2. Issue 7-8
This has been a very busy summer at the Mission Centre. Our missionaries welcomed teams from the United States, Singapore, and Northern Ireland. For that reason, we produced this full summer report highlighting all the activities of July and August. Click on the link to view the latest Missions Moment.
We have also been busy preparing a new printed magazine which will be available and in your hand soon, and for all our UK supporters look out for your invitation to the Annual FAME Dinner. We hope to see you there!
FAME Mission Board
Missions in History
August 10, 1886: Joseph M. Scriven, Irish Plymouth Brethren hymn writer, dies. He spent his life performing menial work for the destitute, and both of his engagements ended with the sudden deaths of his fiancees. Nonetheless, his best-known hymn is the uplifting “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.
– Volumne 1 / August 2018 –
In the Reformed and Evangelical tradition, FAME is a “word and deed” ministry bringing the hope of the gospel into the poverty and famine of eastern Kenya. Water wells, famine relief, child rescue and medical facilities constitute our main humanitarian work, through which we have won the confidence and ear of the people. This, in turn, has enabled us to carry on an extensive program of evangelism in remote villages, local schools, and in prisons across the Eastern Province of Kenya.
At our Resource Center and FAME Reformed Theological College, we come alongside local pastors, elders, and Sunday school teachers, helping them to establish local Churches and strengthen the body of Christ.