African Christian Theology Class with the Rev. Canon Willy Akena

African Christian Theology Class with the Rev. Canon Willy Akena

Today was so much fun! I sat in on Rev. Canon Willy Akena’s class on African Christian Theology. It was very informative. He talked about the importance of indigenous ministry…that is…Africans ministering to Africans because there are no language or cultural barriers. He encouraged the students not to lose their African identity because this was how to best reach the people they would be ministering to. I could not agree more. We had a lively discussion on baptism and I learned a great deal about cultural practices. I will continue to attend this class until the end of term. I’ll get to know the students and we can learn from one another. They even taught me some phrases in Luo…one of the local languages. All in all…a very good day!

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3 Responses to African Christian Theology Class with the Rev. Canon Willy Akena

  1. Kelli Hample says:

    Hey, which one is you??? teehee. Looks like fun

  2. Marion says:

    You look great! Praying for you! Much love & Blessings!

  3. Jennifer Hollowell says:

    You look so vibrant and beautiful!…The Glory of God is shining on and through you!

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