Africa
Inland Mission

Anna Kloninger

Sent from Mennonite Brethren, Neuwied, Germany

Kenya gained independence from Britain in 1963. Since then British tourism has been a key element of Kenya’s economy, however, unemployment, poverty and crime remain high. Whilst the majority religion is Christianity, Kenya’s ethnic diversity and vast countryside means there are still many unreached with the gospel.

Anna trained Sunday School teachers and works with the local church to organise youth camps. This work in teaching the Bible encourages Kenya’s next generation to follow Jesus. She began serving with AIM in Kenya in 2004, and began training Sunday School teachers in 2009. She finished her service with AIM in 2018.

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Anna was based in Marsabit, Kenya, training Sunday School teachers to teach the Bible and encourage children to follow Jesus.

 

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