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Rev Jefferson Kabiro Gathu

Rev Jeff Kabiro Gathu is a trained Computer system programmer. He pursued Computer Science with Associated computer professional, London Britain (ACP). He furthered his Managerial courses in Kenya Institute of Management (KIM, DIP 1 & 2).

He pursued Bible & Theology and Counseling studies in Moffat and his Bachelor of Arts in Bible & Theology from AIU University, Nairobi.

In June 2008, He was awarded a Publishing Management honor award in Hong Kong, China by the Vice President of ICPI, Colorado Springs, USA.

With his vast knowledge and wealth of experience, Rev Jeff has worked with various Companies as a consultant. He has traveled to many countries in the world attending international publishers' and Strategic Management conferences and NGO forums.

Rev Jefferson is the Africa Director of SUTL ministries with headquarters in Omaha, NE and also a Country Director for Crossroad Bible Institute - Kenya Satelite Campus. He preaches in Churches, Prisons, Seminars, and Crusades. He is a co-founder of Cistern Prison Ministry.

He and his wife, Bettie have three daughters; Esther, Grace and Loise.


Mr. Samuel Kahura Chege

Samuel Kahura Chege, for the past 15 years, he has been the chief editor of Today in Africa, a non-denominational Christian magazine published in Kenya. He has a lot of experience in editing, design and translation. He has traveled to many countries in the world to attend international publisher conferences.

Samuel has authored five books: Hope at Dawn, Let’s Save Our Nation, The Adventure of Kandindo, The Wages of Disobedience and How To Be A Fruit Bearer. He has also compiled two other books: Dare Kill that Child! and Hope in The Face of HIV-AIDS. Apart from writing books Samuel has written a number of Gospel Tracts for evangelism and discipleship ministry.

In addition to writing, editing, translating and training writers in Kenya, Samuel pastors Happy Friends Christian Church International, a small village Church, 60kms from Nairobi. He preaches in churches, prisons, seminars, and youth camps. He is a co-founder of CMTPC.

He is also a member of the African Christian Writers' Association (ACWA) based in Nairobi, Kenya.Prior to joining Today in Africa and CMTPC ministry, Samuel worked as a high school teacher and as a manager in a leather industry.

He and his wife, Monicah, have two sons and two daughters.