welcome to Carlile College

From Principal Desk

Rev. Capt. Dr. Danson K. Mwangi- Principal Carlile College

I would like to extend a welcome to any person or organization who would like to partner with us either by joining us during the visits or would like to contribute in kind so that we can take it to any of these mission contexts to please get in touch with the Mission’s Director at collegeofficer@carlilecollege.ac.ke or call +254 722423397 /+254 733228144.

Matthew 15:35-40- “…….I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did it to me”.

May the Lord bless us all as we participate in making Christ visible to the less fortunate and needy in the community
Thank you and God bless you in 2019.

Topic: Carlile College Students Venture into New Mission Fields in 2019

Carlile College is a ministry of Church Army Africa whose mission is to nurture leaders who will influence society and seek to cause transformation in people’s lives towards God’s Kingdom and intensions. Since its inception Carlile College has been involved in training men and women for the missionary work of the church in Africa and to influence society through Godly work ethics. This has happened in the School of Mission (SOM) and Church Army Business School (CABS).

As the year 2019 begins looking forward, our Mission activities are intentionally directed towards three areas of Social transformation around the community where we are. These are Ministry to Prison, Ministry to Hospital and Ministry to Children’s Home. We have identified Mama Lucy Hospital, Industrial Area Prison and St Nicholas Children’s Home where in each semester 2019 we shall visit one place for ministry and also share gifts in kind as a way of participating in meeting their needs.

The students and staff are excited and looking forward to make an impact in the lives of those who are less fortunate. Last year about 70 students some staff in the School of Business visited St Nicholas and they were touched by the situation of the children in that home and promised to make more visits so as to make a greater impact in the lives of these orphaned and abandoned children