My name is Omedo Sharon. I studied at the University of Nairobi, Parklands Campus where I pursued a Bachelors of Law.
Having been raised in a Christian family, I came to understand that fellowship is important for spiritual growth. I got born again in 2013 during a Christian Union (CU) service and from then I became an active CU member in both High school and University.
CU has significantly contributed to my spiritual growth. I have been able to foster relationships and interact with other believers who radiate the joy of being in Christ, encouraging me to pursue a more Christ-centered life. The platform has also provided a better understanding of the doctrines of faith through different conferences organized by FOCUS. The leadership roles and activities organized by CU takes us out of our daily habits and stretches us, deepening our dependence upon God and experience of His grace.
Journey to STEM
My interaction with people who are active in ministry and mission work triggered my desire to be part of such a noble task. University students have that hunger for knowledge and Truth and I believe the STEM program provides an opportunity to see Christ fill that hunger. It also helps develop Christian leaders who influence and shine the light of God in whatever sphere of their lives. STEM helps one experience life in Christ to the fullest.
I aspire to grow in leadership and all matters of faith, to know Christ more, and develop a closer relationship with Him. I also hope to gain and learn more skills from various activities, get exposed to different cultures, and make many lifetime friends.
I pray that all of us will experience life in Christ to the fullest. That we will also experience and share the joy of knowing Christ and become noble vessels in advancing God’s Kingdom in Universities.