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Mobilizing Kenyan Churches for Mission

There is a fast-growing desire among young believers in some evangelical churches for outreach, disciple-making, and church planting in communities where Christ is least known. More voluntary self-supported local mission workers have started to step out and some evangelical churches have started to send local mission workers to communities where Christ is least known. SIM Kenya aspires to mobilises Kenyan churches for cross-cultural ministries, locally and globally, by recruiting ministry associates; providing short-term cross-cultural ministry training; and developing a cross-cultural ministry training centre. If you could help with any of these, we'd love to hear from you.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)


Supporting SIM Kenya Ministries

SIM Kenya ministry teams are supported to do life and ministry well.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)


Eleventh Hour Network

Both the Coastal Region and Northern Kenya are least reached with the gospel and desperately need cross-cultural ministry workers. Eleventh Hour Network seeks to awaken Kenyan churches to the opportunity of propagating the gospel in these regions and beyond. The ministry promotes mission activity within local churches and encourages the churches to take the gospel to the nearby least reached people groups. We build ministry networks, train the local pastors and evangelists to catalyse local mission and church planting.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)


Asian Diaspora Outreach

People who do not live in their homeland often feel uprooted from their cultures and more open for new friendships, new ideas, and are willing to adapt to a new cultural worldview. Asians in the diaspora are no different from other communities in the diaspora. Therefore, we have a great opportunity to share the gospel with them and reach out to them, and often find greater acceptance than in their home country.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)


Digo Outreach

The Digo are the second largest Muslim Unreached People Group in Kenya. Although the Bible has been translated into Chidigo the impact of the gospel on this community of 460,000 along the south Kenya coast has been minimal. SIM Kenya is committed to seeing a change of this sad state and has already started to form a small team that is working towards an effective strategy to reach them.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)


Indian Diaspora Ministry

The Indian Diaspora ministry seeks to proclaim the Gospel to the unreached Indian communities in Malawi in order to bring them to the saving knowledge of Christ and to make disciples with the aim of forming a worshipping and missional community.

Malawi, Southern Africa

Any duration


Mission Mobilising & Sending

To turn Malawian mission field into a Mission Force by mobilising the Church, identifying, equipping, mentoring and sending Malawian missionaries into cross-cultural ministry among unreached communities which live and die without Jesus Christ.

Malawi, Southern Africa

Any duration


Leadership & Services of SIM Latinoamerica

1. Strengthen the operations of the SIM Latinoamerica office as a signatory entity of SIM International. 2. Partner with the church and local organisations in the training, sending and caring of long-term Latino workers.

Latinoamerica, South & Central America

Any duration


Spanish Communications

Communicate about SIM, its opportunities as well as God's plan for global mission though websites, videos and social networking.

Latinoamerica, South & Central America

Long term (+2 years)


Equipping Kenyan Churches for Mission

Engaging Kenyan churches through training and resource mobilisation to create committed and accountable partners.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)


Missional Young People

Kenya is a very youthful country. The median age is estimated at 19, and about 80 per cent of Kenya’s population is below 35. The church in Kenya is strong but is losing young people between the ages of childhood and adulthood. There are few ministries engaging the children and youth and children. Some ministry teams of SIM Kenya have incorporated programmes focused on children and youth into their ministry activities. Missional Young People will engage the Kenyan Church Leaders to disciple children and youth in their churches and communities. If you have experience in youth ministry or leading youth outreach events, we would love to hear from you.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)


Borana Outreach

The Borana are a large tribe in northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia. They live in small, scattered communities. They are historically nomadic cattle herders, but some communities have settled in semi-agricultural areas. In addition to keeping small flocks of cattle, goats, and sheep, they are involved in subsistence farming. Most of the Borana are unreached and closed to the gospel, whereas radical Islam is making inroads into the Borana-speaking communities. Mission workers have been accepted into these communities and good ministry relationships have been built. We need a vibrant and multi-skilled ministry team to serve the Borana-speaking communities in northern Kenya.

Kenya, East and Central Africa

Long term (+2 years)