The Makau family are moving to Kenya to join the AIM team working at the Africa International University in Nairobi.
Paul and Elizabeth are looking forward to serving with AIM for the first time at Africa International University (AIU) in Nairobi, Kenya. AIU is a private Christian university that offers Christ-centred leadership training to church leaders so that they can transform their communities. Both Paul and Elizabeth have been involved in training, discipling and mentoring church leaders in the UK for a long time. Paul has been leading the campus of a Bible College, and Elizabeth has studied Christian Leadership and missional courses while working as a nurse in the NHS. They look forward to using their knowledge, experience and skill to teach biblical, Christian leadership and missions subjects at AIU.
They are excited to be involved in training and equipping much-needed church leaders from different parts of Africa at AIU to equip them to preach the gospel to unreached people groups within the continent. They will do this by identifying new missional communities, training leaders and supporting them during their training and accompanying them during their outreach activities.
Paul enjoys teaching the Bible and will continue running a weekly Bible study programme. Alongside her new role at AIU, Elizabeth hopes to continue one-to-one witnessing, evangelism and discipleship programmes and prayer. Their children Daniel and Grace are looking forward to joining Rift Valley Academy, AIM’s school for missionary children.
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