Category: News

Reaching High Schools

We recently held HWEC Workshop for Kisanana Boys in Baringo County, Bishop Muge High School in Subukia, Boito high school, Tendano High School and Chichir High School. The high school context in Kenya is a potential ground for nurturing young responsible citizens, it is also prone to ethnic prejudices passed down from families. WAPE realized…

Working with Pastors

WAPE has been working hard to reach wide through their own teams and volunteers but many have not been reached yet. Alternative methods are coming up to enlarge the approaches and hence reach a wider public; the Nakuru pastors’ conference is one approach geared towards this. On the 26th of April  2016 WAPE  sort to…

Couples retreat

Conducting capacity building to reconciliation workers is part of WAPE’s mission. For this reason, WAPE held a two-day retreat for its reconciliation workers together with their spouses. The group was taken through trainings on intimacy with God which translates to intimacy with spouse and other activities such as games and special dinner meant to strengthen…

Healing through Music

Realizing the power of music WAPE has been working with a team of musicians, to repackage the message of healing and reconciliation into music. The team in July 2015, went through the HWEC teachings and a rigorous training on realizing the heart of music as a tool of worship. These teachings inspired them to write…

Debriefing for Peace

WAPE saw the need to develop the debriefing ministry to go hand-in-hand with the HWEC workshops. Debriefing refers to conversational sessions that revolve around the sharing and examining of information after a specific event has taken place. It is basically evaluating facts, events and personal reactions and assessing how the individual was affected by the…