SAM Africa ministry holds annual conferences in different locations and regions since 2008. These conferences are...
SAM Africa ministry missions are Campus ministries, Outreach and evangelism, that are coined from Mat 28
'The Great Commission'...
These are discipleship programs coined from Matthew 28:18-20 to make disciples...
SAM Africa ministry in collaboration with well wishers runs an annual scholarship program for needy students
This year's theme is
derived from the book of Psalms 97:1
" THE LORD REIGNS"
We are excited and can't afford to let you guys miss out on this. Kosa Uchekwe!
This year it's mega and packaged! It will occur from the 18th to the 21st of August 2023, at Kabarak University, Nakuru Kenya.
Below is the registration form:
SAM Africa annual conferences known as Harvest conferences are mainly geared to towards challenging and awakening students to their relationship with God, true identity in Christ, and their role and purpose in the market place right at their very current places and institutions. These conferences take place annually at different locations and countries depending on the need.
So far SAM Africa has held 14 conferences since 2008. We have reached Tanzania and Uganda and have plans by the power and leading of God to realize the true vision of "Students Arise in Africa" and beyond. We pray and look forward to truly "Transforming generations, rebuilding Nations!
DNA 1 : Runs for 3 weeks of teaching/lecture, group study, and discussions. Its designed to cultivate the students’ relationship with God and encourage personal character development.
DNA 2 training takes 2 weeks of teaching/lecture, group study, and discussions. Its design is to build upon DNA 1 and advance mission assignment. With this enlightenment on the need and how to go about Christian mission one is ready for DNA 3 which is basically a fieldwork activity experience.
DNA (Discipling Nations Agent) started in 2012 August as a training program to train students in the area of discipleship as the call from Mathew 28:19 ‘Therefore go and make disciples of all nations’ SAM Africa sees the need to raise up Godly and well-equipped leaders among the students in college and university, DNA has been very helpful to cultivate their walk in Faith.
It has 3 levels: DNA 1, DNA 2, and DNA 3.
SAM Africa Bible fellowships (Timothy clubs) begun in January 2014 at Lavington in Jacaranda Estate, Nairobi.
It started with 10 members out of which were students.
The Bible fellowships have grown to 19 in total in different regions and campuses and we hope and trust God for more expansion.
To read the Bible cover to cover and apply it in daily life.
To be firmly entrenched on God's word to avoid heresies.
To have fellowships, share personal experiences and challenges and uphold each other in advice and prayers.
For discipleship and mentorship.
To encourage and learn from each other.
To support each other and reach out to the community.
2 Timothy 3:14-17
“But you must continue in the things which you have learned and been assured of, knowing from whom you have learned them, and that from childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus ‘.
1. Experience with SAM Programs
2. A minimum average grade of B for previous semesters
3. Must be enrolled in a university/college for one year or more.
4. The student’s parent or guardian’s yearly income must not exceed one semester’s tuition fee.
5. The applicant must be between 17 and 35 years old.
6. Eligible applicants should strictly be Undergraduate students.
This scholarship program termed as S.A.S.A. (SAM Africa Scholarship Academy) was initiated in 2009. The purpose of this program is to support the needy university and college students in the pursuit of their careers. It is also an avenue to raise authentic leaders fully equipped to reach out to the world in their various professions for the kingdom of God.
Since its inception, the New Generation Scholarship kitty has benefitted thousands of students in our local universities and colleges. These beneficiaries now form our Alumni team.
Our aim is to reach the people with the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and help them to come to a personal relationship with Him as well as share the love of Christ with the needy in the world.
SAM Africa Ministry Missions department is in line with our Lord's commission coined from Matthew 28:19-20.
"Go ]therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen.
This is among the latest of our programs together with the relief food program. Early this year (2020) the world was affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. As a result schools, institutions of learning,and most normal businesses and programs were discontinuedtryand prevent the spread of the virus.
SAM Africa programs were all affected and we had to cancel or stop most of the activities among our students. This occasioned the need to reach out to the needy, most of whom had their jobs discontinued as well as reach out to our students at home. We started the weekly Live streaming of our band presentations as well as share our activities with our stakeholders.
This is the birthing point of the SAM TV which runs via our website.