May 22, 2015

Discipleship

 

Freedom Global works to alleviate physical and spiritual poverty. Through our Christian discipleship programs Freedom Global is daily working to live out Isaiah 61:1-3 as we proclaim the gospel and teach others to do the same. We are continuing to see students and adults become believers and leaders for Christ through bible studies, chapels, GLOW clubs, training groups, and much more.

School Discipleship Groups

Freedom Global leads Christian discipleship programs at our boarding school, Uhuru Academy, and portions of the program at five other partner schools. At Uhuru Academy students meet for a variety of clubs: bible studies, life skills club, and chapel. Our bible study looks at understanding God’s word and how to apply it to everyday situations. GLOW Club topics range from leadership skills to HIV/AIDS education seeking to empower the next generation of Kenyan women. Uhuru Academy’s chapel is a weekly meeting where the students lead worship and hear a Gospel centered message. The goal of our discipleship program is to give students the tools needed to understand the Gospel clearly, become well rounded leaders in their communities, and gain confidence to share their faith with others.

Leader Development

Freedom Global is often given the opportunity to share the Gospel with Kenyan students, youth groups, church plants, village bible studies, local events, and college ministries. Using these platforms we aim to challenge those we meet to become discipleship leaders and work with them to further the great commission by creating disciples in their communities of influence.

Business Discipleship Groups

Our Freedom Global businesses offer more than employment for the poor. They also offer our Kenyan staff regular bible studies where they get to ask difficult questions, spend time in the Word, and walk beside our staff in their journey to learn about a God who loves them in the midst of their trials.