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African Missions Project [AMP] has erected five Tabernacle churches in Kenya since 2007 with a need for many more to be built in the coming years.
Tab churches are free standing steel structures consisting of concrete footers, steel trusses, purlins, corrugated roofing, nuts, bolts, and a ample dose of elbow grease. These churches can be erected in two days.
Raw materials for these buildings can be purchased for a cost of $4000. Tab churches serve the dual purpose of protecting the Kenya congregation from the heat during the dry season and the rains during the wet season.
AMP feeds 325 orphan children lunch every day at the Siany Orphan School. Located on the Siany slums of Kisumu, Kenya, These orphan children learn reading, writing, arithmetic, and the love of Jesus in English. Without this feeding program, many of the children would not attend the school because they would have to go throughout the Siany slum village foraging for food.
AMP has recently started a feeding ministry for HIV infected widows in the Siany slums. The drugs they take to fight off the HIV virus are very potent and without food, the women become very sick and can die. On our recent ministry trip in March, we supplied 20 very grateful HIV infected widows with a two week supply of food.
AMP provides 5 Kenya pastors with $50 per month to help them put food on the table for their family. Many KAG congregations are so poor they can not afford to pay their pastors a salary.
In January of 2019, we will also be seeking to host our first KAG Pastor seminar to help equip Pastors to lead their congregations.
At the heart of our ministry is to spread the good news of salvation and love of our Lord Jesus Christ for the lost people of Africa. Immediately after erecting a Tabernacle church, we will hold open air evangelism services where the gospel is preached and many have the opportunity to receive Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.