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  A record 60 students graduated during the 73rd commencement of Friends Theological College, in Kaimosi, Kenya, on October 22, 2016. The graduates included 29 students from the FTC branch campuses in Samburu, Nairobi, and Lugulu. The graduates were also commissioned for ministry by John Muhanji, director of the Friends United Meeting Africa Ministries Office…(Read More)

This Friday, October 7, Friends Theological College will be having a Harambee—a community fundraiser—for the building of a new men’s residence hall (hostel). The goal is to raise 30 million Kenya shillings (approximately $300,000 USD) in three phases of 10 million Kenya shillings each. Funds raised in the first phase are…(Read More)

Power for Pastors Goal: $20,000 By Fredrick Amwoka Friends Theological College (FTC) is an institution dedicated to the training of Friends pastors, as well as to the academic progress, personal development, and spiritual growth of the students whom God is calling to other ministries. Located on the Kaimosi Mission in Kenya’s Hamisi District…(Read More)

On Friday, May 6, the Friends Theological College community gathered in prayer to dedicate two new vehicles for use in the ministry. The Toyota Land Cruiser seats 10 people and will be a tremendous asset to FTC and its outreach activities. The Subaru Forester will provide much-needed transportation for the Business Manager who serves…(Read More)

Friends Theological College (Kaimosi, Kenya) has just received a significant shipment of donated books from the Theological Book Network, an ecumenical organization committed to providing theological resources for the formation of leaders called to serve the global church. The donated collection specifically engages biblical perspectives on Poverty and Stewardship, and comes in response to FTC…(Read More)

Friends United Meeting’s Water Projects Fund has recently made a grant to Friends Theological College for the purpose of demolishing the old cement water tank that was rotten and leaking, replacing it with a new tank, and installing new rain-water harvesting gutters on the dining hall roof. This will allow the dining hall…(Read More)

Friends Theological College welcomes two new staff members: Edna Tadayo joins the college as the Front Desk Receptionist, while Perucy Ongalo returns to FTC’s staff after three years away, to take up the post of Registrar and Administrative Secretary…(Read More)

Green Energy for FTC

The municipal power grid in Kenya is notoriously unreliable. Power outages can last anywhere from 30 minutes to eight hours and occur almost daily. For the most part, a traditional lifestyle doesn’t rely heavily on electricity, and people are quite flexible in response to the inconveniences of outages. But a modern institute of theological…(Read More)

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