From prison to preacher

“I was one of the most dan-gerous robbers in this country. In 1990, I was arrested and taken to Kamiti maximum prison for five years. I got born again in prison in 1994, then I was released out of prison in 1995. God called me into ministry the same year and I began a church under a tree. The church has now several branches of whom I am the overseer. I am a standard six drop out and by God’s grace Trans-formational Compassion Network (TCN) training at Kenya Highlands University (KHU) has changed my worldview holistically.”
“Amazingly God has opened a door for me to take the gospel to the same prison. I thank God for the skills and knowledge I obtained from TCN training
which has help me establish prison ministry”
Rev. Mogaka is one of the 217 students who enrolled in August 2016 for Theol-ogy and Sustainable Community Devel-opment course offered by TCN in col-laboration with Kenya Highlands Uni-versity.
The certificate course is in two tracks: Students with minimum university qualification of D+ and above will be given certificate. Those without mini-mum qualification will be given certifi-cate of empowerment.
The students represent 33 denomina-tions from fourteen counties across Kenya. One student come from Ugan-da and one from Tanzania.
This is the first class on this course and commissioning will be held on 28th September and graduation will be on 29th September 2017.

From prison to preacher

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