I am Robert Chepkwony and am currently serving God in Witu, standing in for Katana, who is in Paraguay. For the last six years that I have been in the mission field, I have learned the importance of trusting God. I have continued to trust Him more and more because I have seen Him save, heal, lift, and transform the lives of others.
One outstanding testimony is that of an older woman who was paralyzed. When we went to pray for her, her daughter Zainab would not allow us to pray. We persisted until she finally let us into her heart. God is a God of wonders. The woman was healed, and that opened the door for us to start a Bible study. Eventually, the leader of that Bible study was selected as none other than Zainab. In February of this year, we began Sunday fellowship because Discovery Bible Study (DBS) had grown so much. Now, I know Jesus died for Muslims too.
In the few months I have been here in the school, I have been challenged in my leadership capacity, and I thank God for this, as it has helped me build my skill set. I know God is doing this for His Glory. My focus is on Somalia and Arab nations to see that they know the saving power of God.
Greetings! My name is Aryan. I grew up as a Muslim, and I became an Islamic teacher and leader. My parents were Muslims but were also traditionalist witch doctors. I did not feel much spiritual guidance from them. So I turned for guidance to Islam.
Hello there! My Name is Benjamin, and I joined Ukunda Mission School in 2014 when I began my training. Afterward, I was sent to serve at the Ukunda Base. Although I have been a missionary for the last five years, it was not an easy path for a family man like myself, who is supposed to uphold the role of family breadwinner as a husband and the father of three sons.
My name is Sophia. I have served as a missionary at Ukunda Mission School (UMS) for the last four years. Although I chose this path, it was not an easy one. God's grace has been sufficient. After my training, I was posted to East Africa to do mission work.