• Bishop sharing a piece of cake with a PMC member

  • Consecrated people true witnesses of the love of God

  • Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.

With joy, we recently launched our Ngong Diocesan Strategic Plan (2016-2020). It was the second consolidated plan for the diocese, as a road map to guide us in the next five years. What a timely document! 

The strategic plan enables any organization to look back at where they are coming, where they are and where they deliberately want to go. It is an accepted opinion that success lies mainly in proper planning.

There are myriads of changes taking place in the society. These require new ways of approach, “New wine in new wineskins” if we, as a Church have to carry out the mandate of Our Lord Jesus Christ “to go out and make disciples of all nations” as well as sustain our development initiatives and advance the cause of humankind.

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Our mission is to sustainably improve the quality of life of people living within the Diocese by spreading the Good News of Christ and facilitating socio-economic empowerment in Justice and peace’

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It is with regret that we inform you of the death at 7.45 pm on Sunday 8th January 2017 in Freshfield, aged 92 of Colin Cameron Davies was born on 10th June 1924 in the Canary Islands, Spain, to Arthur Davies and Ellen Mary (neé Joyce), the third in the family of six children. His father was an engineer and the family moved about with his job. As a toddler Colin moved with the family to Madrid and when he was seven they settled in Argentina, a country which he always considered his home.



While much has been spent in putting the difference between leadership and management, the truth is, they are linked together and complement each other.

Management job is more to planning, organizing and coordinating while leader’s job is to inspire and motivate.

In his book On Becoming a leader Warren Bennis brings clear the difference between leadership and management, stating that to survive in the twenty first century, we are going to need a new generation of leaders...  He says managers do things right, while leaders do the right things, a manager administers while a leader innovates, Manager maintains while the leader develops. 

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Random Bible verses

Psalms 119:118 - "Thou hast trodden down all them that err from thy statutes: for their deceit is falsehood."

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