Country

With its coastal beaches and game reserves, Kenya has become a popular destination for world travellers. While still primarily an agricultural economy, the country has been modernizing in recent years.

It has also become a regional hub for Christian missions. Nearly 50% of the population identifies themselves as evangelical Christians, up from just 17% in 1960. Local churches in the area are mobilizing and going into unreached tribes at an unprecedented rate.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 40,862,900

Life Expectancy: 53.6 Years

Religions: Christianity (82%), Islam (8%), Ethnic Religions (7%)

Languages: English, Swahili, 69 Indigenous Languages

UPCOMING Kenya TRIPS

  • Kilgoris, Kenya

    October 16-26, 2014

    The Maasai tribe still has villages that have not been reached with the Gospel. Come and go where the roads end. We will share Christ and glorify His name. We will also be continuing a family water filter project, providing clean drinking water to a needy village. Read More ›

  • Marigat, Kenya

    December 31, 2014 - January 11, 2015

    The Iichamus, while located on the shores of lake Baringo in a national park, are unreached with less than 1% evangelical Christians. They follow other ethnic religions and struggle to support themselves fishing from small boats made of balsa wood. Read More ›

  • Marigat, Kenya

    April 2-12, 2015

    The Ilchamus, while located on the shores of Lake Baringo in a National Park, are unreached with less than 1% evangelical Christians. They follow other ethnic religions and struggle to support themselves fishing from small boats made of balsa. Read More ›