Perishing without Christ in Kenya
by Lindsay Steele
Mission Network News
"Working in 13 of Kenya’s arid northern and northeastern counties, the native mission group has planted more than 1,300 churches among semi-nomadic tribes such as the Samburu and Turkana.
“'We have to go step-by-step because most of them believe in traditional animistic religions, and they do sacrifices,” he said. “In every village, there is one guy who acts as a seer for them, who can foresee young men coming with cattle from one direction. And when he sees that, the young men start walking in that direction, see people from this tribe, and just fight and steal their cattle.”
"The main activity of the tribes, the leader said, is stealing cattle from one another.
"So there have been a lot of fights, but the tribes are being changed by Christianity. They are changing their life, their way of living..."