Reverend Timothy Ndambuki, Bishop of the Africa Brotherhood Church (ABC), will attend Oasis (Convention Assembly) at Mount Allison University in August.The ABC
is a long-time partner of Canadian Baptists in Kenya.Bishop Ndambuki
, who will be visiting Canada for the first time, will bring greetings and is eager to meet Atlantic Baptists who have been mission partners with his
denomination for decades.
(pronounced with a silent â€˜N'), gave his
life to Jesus at an early age and has diligently served in church ministry.
...Bishop Ndambuki studied at St. Paul's United Theological College (currently, St. Paul's University) at Limuru near Nairobi where he graduated with a Bachelor of Divinity degree in 1996.He has served in a variety of positions within the Africa Brotherhood Church, rising through the ranks to be appointed in charge of Nairobi and later Iveti Sub Headquarters, overseeing over 72 congregations.
Together with his
first wife (Dorothy, now deceased) he
has seven children (four sons and three daughters) and three grand children.Last summer, Bishop Ndambuki
was blessed with a new wife, Mary.Bishop Ndambuki
enjoys reading, music and community work.
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