SHARE’s primary focus is to make disciples who make disciples of others. Learn more about the Disciple-Making Movement that SHARE has implemented to reach the remaining unreached villages in the shortest time possible.
Spiritual Growth in Turkana
The SHARE-planted churches in Turkanaland have over 46,000 members where ministries to men, women, young men, young women, and children take place.
In 2021, SHARE commissioned 15 trained missionaries to reach Turkana’s neighboring tribe – the Toposa of South Sudan. The missionaries have begun establishing relationships, sharing the Gospel, and even discipling new believers.
Next Gen Initiative
SHARE has now launched a “Next-Gen” initiative in partnership with like-minded churches and ministries. This initiative constitutes construction of DMM-based Sending Centers where training, spiritual growth, and maturity of the next-generation will take place.
Since the majority of the Turkana people are illiterate, SHARE works toward reducing illiteracy through the Adult Literacy ministry. The purpose is to enable the people to read the Bible in their own language. There are 30 ongoing classes in Turkanaland.
SHARE has distributed over 4,000 Audio Bibles throughout the remote villages in Turkanaland and Toposaland (in their respective languages), which are made up of mostly illiterate people. The people can now hear the Gospel in their own language bringing them closer to the Lord! Learn more about the impact of the Audio Bibles.
The Jesus Film
Screening The Jesus Film using projectors is a great tool in reaching a village with the Gospel. The villagers can watch and hear the story of Jesus Christ in their own language for the very first time. Learn about the impact SHARE has made through screening The Jesus Film in the remote villages of Turkanaland and Toposaland.
Since 1997, SHARE has ministered to the Turkana people through annual short-term mission trips made up of believers in the U.S. and Africa. The purpose of these trips is to expose and sensitize participants to God’s love for another people-group and discover how they can use their God-given gifts to minister to others.
Bible Pathways (BP) is a 9-session, 3-year curriculum developed by Alan Lewis of Evangelical Free Church of America’s (EFCA) mission arm – Reachglobal. SHARE implemented the curriculum among the Turkana pastors and missionaries of Kenya with the primary purpose of training them in expository preaching.