Join the CLC Kenya family as we encourage and support Teteyian Nangurai to honour her late husband’s memory… A Story of Love and Honour Nic (Nicholas Kibet Yego) as his wife, Teteyian fondly called him came from a small village in Nandi called Nyinyira in Aldai County. The village is small with a population of […]Read More
Pastors & Community Outreaches @CLC Kenya
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We are partnering with Kore Africa Magazine for their Joy Drops. We are receiving books, toys and other household items so we can be a blessing to homes that shelter the less fortunate in our society. This kind of giving enriches our lives, helps us familiarize ourselves with our communities, and connects us to people […]Read More
We empower pastors and church leaders to be able to effectively lead formal church leadership through three responsibilities and opportunities.
First, ordained leaders have the responsibility of “keeping the purity of the faith.” The Apostle Paul wrote to Titus that the leaders must teach what is in accord with sound doctrine. Failure to exercise that responsibility creates what the late Martin-Lloyd Jones calls “a church that ceases to make a difference.” Knowing and contending for the faith is a prime responsibility of church leadership, especially the eldership (see the book of Jude). If this is not done, the church not only flounders in its mission, but the people are not properly discipled and the foundations are shaky. That is why one requirement for church officers is that they be sound in the faith.
A second responsibility and privilege focuses on shepherding God’s flock. In 1 Peter 5 elders are referred to as shepherds. “Shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight, not under compulsion, but willingly as God would have you“(1 Pet. 5:2, ESV). Shepherding requires personal contact. Leaders are to know the people, pray with and for them, and visit in their homes, primarily to inquire into their spiritual growth, needs, and development.
A third responsibility and privilege of the leadership is to oversee the planning process. In the same passage, 1 Peter 5, elders are instructed to have “oversight” of the flock. Oversight requires many things, such as leading the flock in the right direction, seeing that the people are trained and equipped for service, and following the right shepherd.