Dear friends of New Fields Ministries, I would like to thank all of you for the prayers and generous support you have given New Fields for the last 17 years. As you know we started several projects in Kenya with the Maasai tribe and in South Sudan with the Bari tribe. Our goal is to support 20 church planters in both countries so that we may partake in the indigenous movement, God has started among these peoples.
In the last 10 years, over 200 churches have been planted in South Sudan and the refugee camps of north Uganda. Over 130 churches were opened in the Maasai tribe territory. New Fields has sponsored the first pastoral training center that was built in November of 2016 in the heart of the Maasai tribe. Now we are going to dedicate it and train regional and national leadership both in Kenya and South Sudan.
Please pray and support this endeavor. A team of 12 people from US, Germany and Russia is going February 1-14, 2017 to have several training events in discipleship, pastoral care, evangelism and leadership.
Both, Peter Olonapa the secretary of the Baptist convention of Kenya and Edward Dima the President of the Baptist convention of S. Sudan, have asked us to help provide food for all those who will come to the trainings. We gladly agreed to pay for the meals of all the pastors and local leadership. We have planned 5-6 training seminars and conferences in South Sudan and 6 in Kenya and estimate that it will cost us $6000-$7000 thousand to conduct them.
Please stand with us and help us to reach the unreached. Be part of the great commission of our Lord Jesus Christ. May He richly bless you and protect you!
In His service
President of New Fields
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