Geoffrey Mwaura Njoroge, a native of Kenya, returned to his home (Makutano, Meru) after working with the South Sudan Project mission effort in Gambella, Ethiopia. He currently preaches at the Kagaene Church of Christ, Machegene Church of Christ, Maua Church of Christ, and teaches at the Meru School of Theology.
Geoffrey received a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Nairobi in 2005, and worked as a teacher and counselor in Africa until 2009, when he came to the U.S. to continue his education. He studied at West Virginia University and was baptized into Christ at the Morgantown church of Christ in 2012. Shortly thereafter, Geoffrey decided he wanted to be a preacher of the gospel, with the goal to eventually convert his home village of Meru, Kenya. He enrolled in the Sunset International Bible Institute and graduated in 2015.
Our elders have decided that 36th Street will be the sponsoring congregation, providing the majority of Geoffrey’s support as well as coordinating support from other congregations and individuals. Along with his daily needs, we hope to bring Geoffrey back to the United States to meet his supporters as we begin this work, and from time to time to report on his progress. We also hope to occasionally send a small delegation to Africa to encourage Geoffrey by working with him.
October 2015 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Oct2015.pdf
January 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Jan2016.pdf
February 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Feb2016.pdf
March 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Mar2016.pdf
April 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Apr2016.pdf
September 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Sep2016.pdf
October 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Oct2016.pdf
November 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Nov2016.pdf
December 2016 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Dec2016.pdf
January 2017 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Jan2017.pdf
February 2017 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Feb2017.pdf
March 2017 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Mar2017.pdf
April 2017 /media/uploads/members/Missions/Apr2017.docx