Christ’s ambassadors is a ministry that was began in the year 2006 by four friends who were passionate about Christ. The four friends were moved by the fact that they needed to belong to a ministry where they would put all their efforts and invest their time in the service of God. Little did they know that they were laying a foundation for such a huge ministry with over seventy members and over two hundred alumni today.


The ministry was founded on 2nd Corinthians 5:20 which states: “Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you us: we pray [you] in Christ’s stead, be ye reconciled to God.” {KJV} where its name Christ’s Ambassadors is derived.


The mission statement of the ministry is to proclaim to all people the everlasting gospel in the context of the Three Angels’ message of Revelation 14:6-12 leading young adults to join in missions and make an eternal difference in the world through the word of God, Hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs.


The big picture of the ministry is in harmony with the inspired Word of God; to see a generation of young adults transformed by the renewing of their minds as they wait for the second advent of Christ.


  1. To be witnesses of Christ through scripture teachings and advance evangelism programs within and without Kenyatta university;
  2. To be witnesses of Christ through evangelism by songs in harmony with the scriptures as stated in Colossians 3:16
  3. To promote the welfare of the ministry members by nurturing their Christian conduct. Including bringing together students of Kenyatta University and any other persons into one body of worship and fellowship.
  4. To promote unity in Christ among ministry members and the church during church activities such as the church choir, prayer meetings, prayer nights, lesson harmonization.
  5. To identify and improve members’ talents and encourage them always to put them in practice.
  6. To promote the welfare of the immediate society through community work.


We currently have a membership of over fifty active members, both baptized and unbaptized


The ministry has transformed some parts of this country through the ministry of the gospel. We have gone for gospel campaigns and community service in the following places: Karumandi, Kibugu, Makuyu, Ndalani, Mishomoroni, Karatina, Kapkoitim among other places. The ministry has witnessed tremendous transformation of sinners giving their lives to Jesus Christ. The conversion of sinners is what has motivated members to commit their time, money, and energy to the ministry.


 Besides missions, the ministry conducts services in different churches when called upon; our readiness to ministry has challenged many local churches to commit their lives in the service of God and humanity.


We have a strong welfare department whose responsibilities are to:

  • Coordinate visitation of members including and especially the sick, the needy and the provision of material assistance to the needy.
  • Provision of social lunches every Sabbath.
  • Establish a welfare fund which shall be used to assist the needy including the ministry members who are bereaved.
  • Set goals and strategies that meets the needs of the ministry members and encourage the members to participate in the same e.g collection to the kitty.


The ministry has  nurtured naïve, shy, and compromised students who joined the university with no sense of direction. Right now, these students are responsible, passionate, and committed leaders in the community. The ministry endeavors to train students to become what God created them to be. Most members graduate with an understanding of their true value and self-worth, making them agents of change and icons of hope in the society.


 The ministry encourages diversity both in its leadership and membership; this has made the majority of the members to have a sense of belonging to the ministry because they feel accommodated.

We encourage members not to judge any new member joining the ministry; we allow them to come as they are; it is the role of the spirit of God, coupled with the power of the word of God that ensures new members transform into responsible Christian. As a matter of fact, many members have had an encounter with Christ and truly transformed.


Apart from strengthening the members’ spiritual life, the group endeavors to ensure that members grow socially as well as other aspects of life. The group holds regular social meetings and team building activities.We organize social Sundays and bonding sessions once or twice every semester. The social gatherings help members to interact with one another,share their views about life, their life experiences, prayer requests, understanding others as well as networking. The influence of the ministry goes a long way in a member’s life. Members graduate from university as holistic Christians who are solution to problems that are prevailing in the society.


The ministry also ministers to people through music. We recorded an amazing audio early this year, 2019: “Ombi Langu”  which is fast selling and you can order your audiotape by contacting the group coordinator 0700 475671. We have plans to record other audios and videos for our songs.


Meetings are held at L20 around the KU literature department and arts zone.

The meetings are held on the following days:

Sunday: 2-4 pm– Singing Session and Bible study.

Monday: 5:30-7 pm– Singing Session.

Tuesday: 5:30-7 pm – Bible study.

Friday: 5:30-7 pm – Singing Session.



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