Our goal is simply to witness and participate in the reformation God is already working in East Africa. We believe we can do that best at Emmanuel Baptist Church (EBC) in Nairobi, Kenya. We love the local church, so we're excited to join EBC as faithful members and ministers. Located on the EBC campus is East Africa Baptist School of Theology (EABST), where we'll serve in administrative/IT capacities. We're also especially excited to support Ekklesia Africa in their mission to equip Africans with sound theological resources through print, web, and conferences.
Clayton worked as a missionary logistician in East Africa from 2009–2013, and spent the next five years working in the IT industry in the US. Micah graduated from UCLA in 2013 with a degree in ethnomusicology, and has worked in both the music and medical fields since then. The Chanceys were married in 2014, and have been serving the local church together through hospitality, discipleship, Bible teaching, and leadership development ever since.
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