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Short-Term Experience in Ministry (STEM) Programme is the Fellowship of Christian Unions’ (FOCUS) Leadership development program. The running theme is “Developing Leaders, Transforming Lives”. It was launched in 1992 as a follow-up to the FOCUS missions’ conference dubbed Commission Conference, to give fresh graduates an opportunity to serve God in the Universities and Colleges, Church and Society on a short-term basis (one year). The program was started to meet three needs which FOCUS felt remain critical to Christianity in Kenya:

  1. The need for trained, mature Christian leaders to influence Church and Society.
  2. The need for more staff to disciple students on campus.
  3. The need to encourage Christian involvement in Society particularly in social issues.

In 25 years since the inception of the STEM program, over 500 graduates have gone through STEM-SM and STEM CD.

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Read more +17 December 2021 By Pauline Njoroge in STEM 2020/2021

Renewed through STEM

My perspectives on effective Christian living have been thoroughly shaped. The spiritual formation that has happened to me would have been hard to come by if I was not in STEM.
Read more +17 December 2021 By Pauline Njoroge in STEM 2020/2021

Edified End Product

The accountability I have received from all spheres has been very edifying. My character has been significantly changed through STEM.
Read more +15 December 2021 By Pauline Njoroge in STEM 2020/2021

Service Through Administration

To foster relationships from an admin level, I have had to rethink communication strategies with the team. I have learned how to build conversations, even in mundane places..
Read more +14 December 2021 By Pauline Njoroge in STEM 2020/2021

Transformation Through Bonding

I have become a better listener and mentor by interacting with students at their vulnerable points and more intentional and zealous about reaching out to people...
Read more +20 January 2021 By Peter Kimeu in STEM 2020/2021

Joy Ndung’u

My name is Ndung’u Joy Wangui. I studied Political Science and Administration at Maasai Mara University. I served as a STEM Staff in Chuka and Embu University CUs. I am currently serving in the Associate’s department, KU Ruiru and Kiriri Women. My family comprises four members. My parents are pastors at Glory Covenant Church in
Read more +20 January 2021 By Peter Kimeu in STEM 2020/2021

Isaac Miriti

My name is Isaac Miriti. I am a graduate of the University of Nairobi (UoN) with a BSc in Meteorology. I am serving as a STEM staff to UoN Parklands and as the STEM administrator. My family comprises four members. My dad is a county irrigation officer, my mum does farming and partly works as
Read more +19 January 2021 By Peter Kimeu in STEM 2020/2021

Moses Kuria

My name is Moses Kuria Wahome. I studied at Karatina University for a Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science. Although I was raised in a Christian family and attended fellowships, I grew up without a full realization of salvation. I attended Sunday school throughout my early age, and in Kiamutugu Boys High school Christian Union
Read more +19 January 2021 By Peter Kimeu in STEM 2020/2021

Douglas Sabwa

My name is Douglas Sabwa Indumwa. I have been pursuing Computer Science at the University of Eldoret till the year 2020, having majored in web applications programming and online systems development. I have experienced many trying moments in my life, from family issues to social interactions and personal experiences. I have been able to get through all
Read more +19 January 2021 By Peter Kimeu in STEM 2020/2021

Kennedy Kamau

My name is Kennedy Kamau Mwangi. I was born and brought up in Kajiado County, Ngong division, specifically in Upper Matasia. I am a fifth born in a family of 6. My family comprises my parents, three brothers, and two sisters. My Dad is a businessperson while my Mum is a farmer. I started school
Read more +19 January 2021 By Peter Kimeu in STEM 2020/2021

Philip Mungai

I am Philip Mungai a Former Student of Meru University of Science and Technology where I pursued a Bachelor of Commerce; Finance Option. My Journey in Salvation I am neither a Jewish religious leader nor a Pharisee but like Nicodemus, in John Chapter Three I too went to see “Rabbi” at night. I received Jesus
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