Chosen Children Of Promise

  • 2016 ROPEs Camp Ends

    This year’s boys’ and girls’ Rites of Passage Experiences (ROPES) camp started on November 21st to 26th at Daystar University, Athi River Camping sites commonly known as Doulos. CCP for the first time partnered with Nairobi Missions Church to facilitate the two camps which ran concurrently attracting 30 teenagers (21 girls and 9 boys) among them 19 from CCP.

  • CCP Children hold a Christmas Concert

    Four CCP’s Good News Clubs participated in a Christmas Concert dubbed “Celebrating the Birth of Jesus Christ” held on November 19th 2016, at the Community Centre. The event attracted 198 sponsored and community children from Ngando, Kawangware Day, Good Hope, and Community Center. The clubs competed in six pieces being: Choir, Skits, Bible Trivia, Poems, Spoken Word. The event aimed at helping children understand the meaning and importance of Christmas and nurture creativity through talents and gifts.

  • How To Handle Children during November-December Holiday

    This year’s last Guardians’ Training equipping guardians on how to engage their children during the long November-December holiday occurred on November 5th 2016 at Maranatha Faith Assemblies Church, Kawangware. Pastor Bernard Kabaru from Ruaka Baptist Church facilitated the training.

  • “Communication with Teenagers” ROPES Parents' Training

    Rites of Passage ExperienceS (ROPES) parents training on “Communication with Teenagers” occurred on October 29th, 2016 at CCP’s Community Centre, Kawangware. The training equipped 15 parents with skills necessary to break communication barrier between them and their teenagers.