• Metropolitan witnessing, Nairobi
  • Preaching in a coffee plantation
  • In the ministry, Kiambu
  • Young and old in the ministry
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Kingdom Work

Peak Publishers

  • 27,491

Congregations

  • 667

Bible Studies

  • 44,736

Kingdom Halls

  • 384

Languages of Congregations/Groups

  • Bukusu, Chinese, English, Kenyan Sign Language, Kikamba, Kikuyu, Kisii, Luo, Meru, Kalenjin and Swahili

Preaching in the Mother Tongue

English and Swahili are languages commonly used in Kenya in government and trade. However, millions of Kenyans are more comfortable speaking Kikuyu, Kikamba, Luo, and other local tongues. Hence, producing literature in these local languages has done much to stimulate interest in Jehovah’s worship. After the Siaya Congregation began using literature and conducting meetings in the Luo language, the elders wrote: “The brothers can now understand better what is being taught. Children are more attentive. Since we started giving talks based on Luo outlines, our meeting attendance has increased by 60 percent.”

Making use of the New World Translation in Luo Making use of the New World Translation in Luo
Preaching in Luo Preaching in Luo
Preaching in Luo Preaching in Luo
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