FREE PENTECOSTAL FELLOWSHIP IN KENYA
Strategic plan 2014-2021
FPFK Strategic Plan 2014-201
The Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya (FPFK) has registered substantial growth since its establishment in the 1950s and 60s in terms of systems development and membership growth. In addition, the church-operating environment is continuously changing. As the demographics of the church change, opening up new opportunities, it has also brought with it new challenges for the church ministry and programs. This calls for dynamic leadership and supportive policies. Adoption of ICT to enhance efficiency in service delivery and communications areamong the goals for the planning period. In order to achieve this, the church has adopted strategic planning as a way of streamlining its operations, and to deal with the emerging challenges in the social, economic and spiritual environment more effectively.
Hitherto 1997, FPFK strategic planning process was through the 10 years Country Programme Plans (CPP) implemented in partnerships with the Norwegian and Swedish missionaries. After 1997, the church has formulated two (2) previous strategic plans. The current next seven-year strategic plan (2014-21) was formulated in 2013, and was slated for midterm review in 2017
Message From General Secretary on FPFK Strategic Plans
One of the major guiding principles in achieving FPFK mandate is meeting needs of the society holistically based on Christian values. This principle implies the values of Love, Truth, justice, sustainability, participation and inclusiveness which will be achieved through, implementing both spiritual and diakonical programs and services aimed at reaching out to the communities, to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism, empowerment of the poor and the marginalized, advocacy for the oppressed, education for the illiterate and health care for the vulnerable and the sick.
FPFK strategic planning process was through the 10 years Country Programme Plans (CPP) implemented in partnerships with the Norwegian and Swedish missionaries. After 1997, the church has formulated two (2) previous strategic plans. The current next seven-year strategic plan (2014-21) was formulated in 2013, and was slated for midterm review in 2017.
The FPFK strategic framework takes into consideration the findings from the situation analysis while implementing the FPFK’s 2014-2021 strategic plan through four strategic objectives; Strengthened evangelism for church growth and expansion, Innovative and responsive social ministry programs alleviate poverty and all other forms of human suffering, Strengthened institutional development, and Strengthened sustainable business enterprises.
Lastly, I would like to confirm the FPFK’s commitment now than ever in collaborating with key stakeholders in its activities and programmes in order to improve the wellbeing of the congregation and Kenyan citizens at large.
Rev. Walter O. Andhoga