Date:14/07/12

Wanjau & Stella Nduba

The Lord has blessed Stella and I with three girls; Wairimu (15), Karungari (12) and Watiri (7).

I came to faith while at Alliance High School and before long, got plugged into a Navigators bible study group. A love for scriptures and heart for my fellow students led me back to my former school as a bible study leader. Later on, I proceeded to the University of Nairobi (UON), worked in both government and corporate world, then later transitioned back to the Navigators Kenya as the Resource Manager in 1989. From 1994, I led and got involved with the Economic Project Trust Fund (EPTF) till 2002 when I was asked by Africa Regional Leadership to help establish Enterprise Entity Ministry in other countries with a Navigators presence across Africa.

I am excited about discipling and mentoring people in the market place. Together with my colleagues in the Africa Regional Team, we are trusting God for people who will engage in business while raising disciples and laborers for the Kingdom in the market place. It is my constant desire to help people: get rid of the scarcity mentality; reduce unemployment especially among the youth; generate wealth in God honoring ways; and promote good financial stewardship all for the purposes of fulfilling our calling. All this is rooted, among other verses, Titus 3:14: “Our people must learn to devote themselves to doing what is good, in order to provide for urgent needs and not live unproductive lives.” Indeed we are trusting God for enterprise that are gospel carriers!

Wanjau & Stella Nduba,
Micro Enterprise Projects