How did you decide to become a pastor? What is your current ministry?
Ah, I would say, pastoral work is on my heart. Despite that right now I am not pastoring a church, but pastoral work is on my heart. Ah, for instance, in my church, I lead the youth, which, in your context you say, youth pastor. The youth will range from 14 years to 30. I also teach Sunday school, yes. And I’ve been working with the youth for over 15 years, yes.
So then what do you usually do for the youth ministry? Do you go through a book in the Bible?
Yes, we do Bible studies and counseling, and sporting activities, and ah, there is a lot… traveling around, visiting other churches, and having retreats, yes.
Oh! By the way, right now I am involved in prison ministry. Yeah, I got introduced to prison ministry when I was in college, that is as of 4 years ago, and I do prison ministry at Maula Prison with another friend of mine who is a graduate of ABC [African Bible College] we were together at ABC. So, that’s where my heart is.
How long have you been with the prison ministry?
Ah, 4 years now? Yeah, 4 years—almost 5 years. Yeah, in the prisons we do Bible studies, we preach, ah, we encourage those guys, ah… that is on the spiritual part. But on the physical part, we also help them with the transportation and stuff.