The Bible for Everyone

The Kenya Bible Translation Trust (KBTT) Breakfast was held November 1, 2019 at the All Saints Cathedral from 7:00 am-10:00 am.

Bishop Kepha Omae who is the chairman of the Trust introduced the other trustees he has been working with to ensure that the fund is well managed. He mentioned the three men in Matthew 25 who were given talents by their master and related their story to the current trustees. He acknowledged that they have been good stewards of the funds in the trust and appreciated the support they had received from BSK, BTL and the entire body of Christ for their support towards ensuring that people from all languages in Kenya have Bibles in their own language.

The General Secretary of the Bible Society of Kenya Mrs. Elizabeth Muriuki gave the translation updates and highlighted that there is still more work to be done. Dr. Nelson Kuria, a trustee noted that the National Bible Sunday will be on 8th November 2019. This will be a day to sensitize Christians on the importance of reading and supporting Bible work.

The Kenya Bible Translation Trust was launched. The meeting ended with a vote of thanks from Mrs. Caroline Kamau who urged the guests in the gathering to be an ambassador of Bible work so that by 2032, everyone in Kenya will have a Bible in their own language.


  1. I am a retired pastor in the United States. I have a Facebook pastor friend in Kenya who needs 6 Bibles for 6 new Christians in his church. Is there any chance you could provide these Bibles? If so, I will provide the address of this pastor. Thank you so much and God bless the work you are doing.

    Phil Bence

  2. How would I facilitate providing Swahili Bibles to a pastor in Kenya?

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