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BSK Holds it’s 47th Annual General Meeting

The Bible Society of Kenya held a very successful National Annual General Meeting on March 24th 2018 at Agape Fellowship Church. This was the 47th AGM and members turned up [...]

The Bible Society of Kenya held a very successful National Annual General Meeting on March 24th 2018 at Agape Fellowship Church. This was the 47th AGM and members turned up in large numbers to attend the event.

Members keenly following proceedings during the AGM

The National Annual General Meeting is an annual forum for BSK registered members where they come to interact, receive reports of performance for the previous year, elect new Board members and receive projections on the upcoming plans for the year.

The Guest speaker for the day was Ms. Flavia Murugi from Parklands Baptist Church who spoke on this year’s theme Developing Strategic Relations and Capacity for Expanded Reach and Sustainability.” She noted that the Word of God is the foundation that all of us are grounded. She added that we should be like Jesus who never changed yet he lived on earth. She further added that Christians should learn times and seasons and be prepared like an athlete, soldier

and farmer who always look forward to achieving something after they have invested.

New board members were elected to the Board to join the dynamic team that endeavors to take the mission of the Society to greater heights. Our desire is that as the ministry of BSK grows, more Christians will join the dynamic team of members who will collectively impact the community positively through God’s word.

Prof. Mumo Kisau, Board Chairman addresses members during the National Annual General Meeting

Additionally, the Society set apart a display area to showcase its programmes to the members. This enabled them to have an in-depth understanding of the Societies’ programmes and it was very much appreciated by the members.

The General Secretary Mrs. Elizabeth Muriuki appreciates all its members, Board and staff for making the Society what it is today. We are also calling on the Church to support this noble course of availing God’s word to all in languages they can understand best.

 

 

 

 

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