Gregory enrolled at CLI in 2013 and has completed 68 credit hours with a diploma in ministry.
Read Gregory’s testimony HERE:
My name is Gregory Muthungu, founder and senior pastor of Bridge of Hope (a Church ministry), Kenya. I am 51 years old, husband to one wife, and a father to two daughters. My family and I currently reside in Kitengela town, Kajiado County, Kenya, about 30 km from Nairobi City. I hold a Bachelor Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Nairobi, and a Master degree in Geoinformatics from the ITC, the Netherlands. I am the seventh born in a family of five brothers and five sisters.
I grew up in a Christian family. My parents became Christians early in their lives. They were the first in our family line to become Christians. Our parents remained steadfast in their faith despite rejection by other family members who strongly held to African traditional beliefs. By the grace of God salvation came to our family in the early 1970s when our eldest brother got saved. Afterward, my elder brothers and sisters and our Mum also got saved. Eventually, I too got saved in 1980 at the age of 15 years.
I started getting involved in Christian ministry work about 22 years ago. Although I sensed the call of God in my life, I never wanted to be a Church leader, let along being a pastor. For a long time, I resisted the idea of becoming a pastor. But with time I came to learn that one does not just become a pastor, but he is made to become. It is God and people who made me become a pastor. I’m now comfortable to identify myself with the title Pastor.
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