Youth Empowered to Serve

The African Biblical Leadership Initiative (ABLI) programme continues to train youth to be accountable leaders that are driven by truth and integrity. Apart from the monthly sessions where the youth [...]

The African Biblical Leadership Initiative (ABLI) programme continues to train youth to be accountable leaders that are driven by truth and integrity.

Apart from the monthly sessions where the youth are trained on various topics including leadership, self-awareness, governance, entrepreneurship, communication, public speaking, and integrity, the mentees participate in community service initiatives to give back to the community.

The evening cohort planted trees at Roysambu Primary School as a way of conserving the environment. The exercise was done together with the children in the school who appreciated the initiative noting that they will take care of the trees.

The Saturday cohort visited a rescue center in Machakos which is home to 60 boys and girls. The mentees held mentorship sessions on different topics to encourage the children and remind them that there’s hope in life through God’s word. They also planted trees, distributed food items, sanitary towels, and toiletries which were greatly appreciated by the children.

The morning cohort is scheduled to visit Thogoto Home for the aged-on Saturday 12th November 2022.

We thank God for the impact that the programme is bringing to the youth as agents in the community.

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