Many of you know that world evangelism and discipleship holds a huge place in my heart.  While Deb and I continue to financially support foreign missionaries and projects, it has actually been over 10 years since I’ve been out of the country.  Debi has served on a couple of teaching trips to Honduras over the past few years but I have not used my passport since teaching in Nagaland, India with Australian missionary, Doug Willis back in 2003.

That is all about to change in April as I have been asked to travel to Nakuru, Kenya to assist in an international Marked Men For Christ discipleship project.  When it comes to men’s ministry; I can think of nothing better than MMFC outside of local church discipleship.  This cause is of paramount importance in the early 21st century.  I have been helping with MMFC since May of 2013 and plan to continue assisting in this work until the Lord calls me home. MMFC is meeting a profound need in the lives of men who do not have a clue as to who they are or why God has them on this planet.  It is easy to see the healing hand of Jesus in this ministry for men.  This project in April will be the largest MMFC event in the ministry’s history with over 300 men from 7 countries.

Financially, I need to raise at least $2,500 for this project with $1,500 going directly toward men from Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia. Truthfully I’d like to push toward 3k in order to help more men from that region.  The other $1,000 of the original goal will go toward part of my expenses for the work.

Therefore, I’m asking for not only assistance for my expenditures for this project, but to ensure that men from Kenya will be able to participate. In addition to lifting this work before our Father in Heaven, please prayerfully consider supporting this ministry.  Will you send a gift of $100, $75, $50, or whatever you feel led to give today through the link here? There is no doubt in my mind that your gifts will effect eternal change in Africa and the greater Kingdom of Heaven.

Thank you and please email me if you have any questions.

Steve