My name is P, and I was born in a small town in Kenya bordering Uganda. Growing up, my family was deeply rooted in culture and tradition, but we were also very poor and struggled to make ends meet.
Despite these challenges, I found my calling as a pastor, thanks to God’s grace and guidance. Initially, I was raised in a traditional church, but later I met a disciple-maker brother Wafula, who introduced me to Disciple Making Movements (DMM). At first, I didn’t fully understand the concept, but after some reflection, I decided to seek Wafula’s guidance and learn more about DMM. Through this experience, I gained a deeper appreciation for the power of DMM and its ability to transform lives.
Together with my wife, I became a disciple, and we began to share the Word of God with others. Through this process, we discovered that people were more receptive to the message when they were given the opportunity to discover it for themselves and make their own decisions. As a result, we have seen many positive changes in the lives of those we have helped, and we continue to spread the Word of God wherever we go.
One day, while traveling through Mount Elgon, I encountered an old man who was clearly intoxicated. Despite his condition, I felt compelled to share the Word of God with him. After some conversation, I offered to take him home. Once there, he was so grateful for my kindness that he gathered his entire family together to share the message I had given him. Through this encounter, we began a new Discovery Bible Study with his family, and from there, we met a boy.
This boy was inspired by our message and became an obedient and committed disciple. As a result, he started several Discovery Bible Study (DBS) groups, one of which eventually transitioned into a church. Today, the DBS has expanded to many other places.
Overall, our journey has been one of discovery, learning, and transformation. Through DMM, we have been able to spread the Word of God and touch the lives of countless people. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve others and to share the message of hope and salvation with the world.