FoC is a ministry comprising youth – mostly students from across Kenya – enthusiatic about sharing the love of Christ in this generation. We passionately work to share with the world the gospel in the context of the three angels’ messages of Revelation 14.
A few experiences from FoC members. Taste and see that the Lord is good!
I joined FoC through a friend. She invited me to FoC in-reach. FoC to me is like an incurable infection. Once you join FoC you never want to leave. FoC is cheerful. It is in FoC where I learnt what it means to have a personal relationship with Christ. This is because of engaging with people who preach Christ, live Christ and love Christ. There is always energy burning inside FoC.
I joined FoC in 2013 because of the privilege of being among one of the FoC schools. As most of the FoC members are university students, they gave us the hope that one can still stand for Christ despite the immorality that has infested the campuses nowadays. In FoC it’s a different experience each day. FoC is an eye opener. Through interaction with FoC members I've learnt lots about life.
I joined FoC in 2011 when the ministry was just starting. FoC is family. God through FoC reached out to me at a personal level. I now know what heart religion is and what it means to know God. FoC is home where you learn, explore and network. I have found true friends in FoC. I have also learnt how to do missionary work, a thing that I had never imagined that I could actually do.
I joined FoC in 2012 while in high school. A friend of mine had a brother already in FoC. FoC members came to our school and invited us to the ministry's activities. FoC to me is informative. I have learnt more about the Bible. In FoC we have the privilege of ministering in different places and I always come back well nourished. We also share a lot with each other and advice each other on matters life.
FoC is a self supporting ministry bringing together over 300 youth (majority of whom are high school and university students). The ministry depends on its projects (e.g. The Fountain magazine) for funding, plus donations from people willing to ‘hold up the prophets’ hands‘.