Philip Mwaniki, Administrative Assistant
Philip was raised in a Christian home and went to church regularly as a kid but was not saved until he was 22 years old and living in Atlanta, GA. His conviction of the need and importance of the local church started about 2010. He came back to Kenya in 2012 thinking of doing missions in Northern Kenya, Somalia, Djibouti and Ethiopia. He saw the need in Nairobi for theologically sound local churches and was convinced of this need right here in Nairobi. He joined EABST in 2013 as a student and started working as an Admin Assistant in 2015. He is very much interested in missions in Kenya and seeing EABST grow in its involvement with other local churches in Nairobi and beyond.
Michael Muthamah, Finance Officer
Mike was raised in a godly home and heard the gospel often, but remained an unrepentant sinner until his last year in college. Living a rebellious life through his teens, with no regard of God, one day on his way home he became deeply convicted of his sins and knew there was nothing he could do to gain right standing before God. He opened his bible that night and by God’s providence landed on Ephesians. God opened his eyes to the truth of the gospel that the only way to be saved is by grace through faith in Christ. He immediately saw the need to share this news with his peers and zealously started sharing God’s word with the young men whom he played basketball with. It did not take him long to find out that he needed to spend more time studying the scriptures in order to faithfully handle God’s word. He was directed to EABST some time after joining Emmanuel Baptist Church in 2012. He joined EABST as a student in 2016 and started working as an finance officer at in 2017. He is involved in the EBC’s Basketball and Campus outreach ministries.
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