My name is Peter Parsimiti, the STEM Staff for UON Parklands Campus and STEM Administrator. One year is truly short but also long enough for the experience. I’m persuaded that I am leaving a better person. Through the year I mentored, trained, preached, handled “big” money and I got friends. The days I found myself
My name is Geoffrey Muniu Machungo, the STEM Staff for Murang’a University CU, Michuki TTI CU, Mathioya TTI CU, KMTC Murang’a CU. When I was joining STEM last year in August, I was so expectant to reach and equip students with the truth, grow in my life holistically and understand more about students’ ministry dynamics.
I am Kennedy Mwangi, the outgoing staff for Egerton Njoro and RVIST CUs. STEM has been an amazing journey for me, one that I don’t regret starting. I was expecting to serve, mentor, and guide students. I longed to grow in my spiritual walk as well as learning as much as there was to. My
I’m Laureen Barasa, serving as the STEM Staff at Kenyatta University Ruiru Campus and Kiriri Women’s University Christian Unions and in the Associates’ Department. I try imagining my life without this experience in the student’s ministry and I can’t clearly grasp it. I didn’t know what awaited me and so I gave myself fully to
I am David Wainaina, the STEM Staff to KTTC and UoN lower Kabete Christian unions. I’m grateful to God for the privilege to serve amongst the students for the last year, a journey that has created a lifetime impact on me. When joining the program, I definitely knew that my leadership skills were going to
I am Isaac Miriti, the STEM staff in the Christian Unions at Nakuru town. When the call to join FOCUS came, I looked forward to growing in scripture engagement and improving my reading culture to be a relevant minister on campus. A deep desire for experience in peer mentorship and counseling was also in me.
My name is Abigail Kilonzo, a STEM Staff at KMTC Msambweni, TUM Kwale Campus, and KMTC Portrietz Christian Unions. Upon joining STEM, I was looking forward to a year of growth in my spiritual walk and in my service. Looking back, STEM has been a journey of transformation and personal growth. I have experienced this
My name is Simon Anzigare, I have been serving as a STEM staff in Pwani University, KMTC Kilifi, North Coast Medical College and Shanzu Teachers’ College. As the call to join the STEM program knocked, I had two major expectations; to serve God wholeheartedly and walk and fellowship with him daily. Some experiences that shaped
My name is Ruth Nyamgero. I have been serving as a STEM Staff with Christian Unions in Nyeri, Mt. Kenya Region. In August 2019, I had so many expectations from wanting to get organized in all areas of my life and have a balance in my career/work, social life, and spiritual life. I also expected
My name is Sheila Mwende, the STEM Staff for Maseno CU’s. I joined the STEM program first with the fear of meeting the seemingly high expectations. However, I expected growth as I had witnessed from my predecessors. The STEM journey has equipped me and helped me realize that I am in a lifetime of service