Serving the Muslim Population in Kenya

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On the east coast of Africa, Kenya often draws missionary attention. Although 82.5% of the population identifies as Christian, 11.1% still identifies as Muslim. To put percentages into perspective, almost 5 million people out of 45 million identify as Muslim.

Ministry Travel provides comprehensive services for travel missions to Kenya. The country represents an opportunity for missionaries to support the country’s Christians and to convert nonbelievers. The threat of Islamic extremist persecution is high, and some of the country’s organizations (the Mombasa Republican Council, for instance) are associated with terrorist groups. Christian mission work in Kenya has the potential to reduce the power of the Muslim minority and provide protection and stability for citizens.

The Role of Christianity in Kenya

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Kenya has been a missionary destination for a long time. Because of the longstanding ties between Kenya and visiting Christian missionaries, religious representatives have been celebrated guests.

Part of the reason missionaries are so accepted is because it has been fertile ground for sowing the seeds of the Gospel. Kenya is one of the most popular mission areas in Africa, drawing Christian missionaries from all over the world. Most of the Far East, notably South Korea, send their religious ambassadors to the country.