SERVE Kenya was birthed out of SERVE International which is the missions arm of Denton Bible Church.
SERVE Kenya Staff and ministry operations are run and governed under the leadership of the Country Director who is an employee of Denton Bible Church and accountable to the leadership of the church as the sending agency.
The Mission of SERVE Kenya is to Cultivate, Equip and Mobilize Christian Leaders in Kenya and the surrounding East African Countries. We do this by investing in Christian leaders through Theological Training using various methods, curriculums and forums depending on the needs of individual pastors and churches.
We have chosen to adopt the following 4 “pillars” to achieve this mission:
Below is a video of the country director Dennis Omondi explaining what SERVE does in East Africa…Please take a minute and watch it.
The best minister / evangelist for any culture is a Godly, well trained person from that culture
The best way to make long-lasting impact in a group is by impacting its leadership
The future of the church (humanly speaking) rests upon the Spiritual strength of local churches
Leadership is developed by the sharing of life, not just by sitting in the classroom
Leadership is modeled through humility, trust, commitment, and service
Success is more than getting there – it is reproducing yourself
Dennis is currently attending Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina USA for a one year course towards an MDIV in Christian Ministry degree. He however continues to lead the Serve Kenya team as director and
James and Jacinta got married in 2007 after dating and courting for a couple of years. After a short stint in Southern Sudan James decided to commit his life and family to the Lord’s service on a full time capacity in January 2009. In the same year he joined BTCP
Betty was brought up in Nairobi and lived most of her school life in the Central province of Kenya. After she graduated from High School she moved to Mombasa to go to College where we met her during her early days there. Allison walked with her during her early years