We work among the following unreached peoples
Somalis are the largest unreached people groups in the East and Horn of Africa region. They are predominantly muslim. We have teams reaching them with the Gospel in various villages and towns in the region.
Our missionaries live as teachers, nurses, businessmen etc. God has blessed our efforts and brought some Somalis to Christ. We continue to disciple them.
The Munyoyaya are a small predominantly Muslim marginalised community in Kenya located mainly in Tana River. Our missionary teams have worked among them for almost a decade now.
Because of their marginilised status, we extends Christ’s care to them by providing education and healthcare for the. God has also blessed us with Munyoyaya disciples.
Like the Munyoyaya, the Waata are also a small and marginalised community in Kenya. The Waata in Tana River are almost entirely Muslim while the Waata in Malindi are predominantly Christian.
We have missionary teams serving the Waata in Tana River. We have seen some Waata come to Christ and our team is discpling them.
The Orma too are a small predominantly Muslim and marginalised community in Kenya. They are mostly found in Tana River. The Orma are ethnically related to the Waata, and Borana communities.
Our team is settled in a remote Orma village, showing the love of Jesus by providing early childhood education. We are trusting God for many disciples from among the Orma.
South Coastal people
The South Coast of Kenya has many Island Coasterian tribes like Digo who are predominantly Muslim or animists and living in Islands cut off from the mainland Kenya and the even the Gospel.
Our missionary team in the Coast is mobilising the churches in there to reach these people. They are also actively reaching and discipling those unreached people groups,
The Ilchamus people are found in Baringo County. They are related to the Maasai. The Ilchamus are predominantly nominal Christians who also participate in ancestral worship.
Our team among the Ilchamus has planted two churche and is trusting God for five more as many Ilchamus denounce ancestral worship and coe to Christ.