NAIROBI (BP) -- Christianity is prevalent in Kenya. More than 85 percent of Kenyans identify as Christian, according to the 2019 U.S. State Department's World Factbook. However, Daniel Lowry, an IMB missionary in Nairobi, says the majority of Christians in Kenya have a distorted view of Jesus and the Bible.
In a post-colonized era, western practices have infiltrated and woven themselves into the fabric of Kenyan traditions and culture. One popularized idea that has seeped into the Kenyan religious culture is the prosperity gospel movement, Lowry said. Read More