Two weeks remaining and Mizizi is about to come to an end. My reaction?
Its been an awesome time meeting new friends, connecting and starting a new family in Christ. And looking forward as we start off as a LifeGroup (LG) after Mizizi. The past 8 weeks has been life changing and God has used this gift to change my perspective of Him, life and how I live to serve others for His purpose.
Some videos I came across that speak about the increase in false teachers and their spread of the prosperity gospel. A disease that is festering the city of Nairobi but something that we shouldn’t surprise since God mentioned in His Word that such characters will be around to skew His teachings.
On Thurday, 26th September, I was in a room full of aspiring entrepreneurs and start-up founders eagerly awaiting for the evening workshop to begin. The event took place between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm at the Growth Africa offices, Cape Office Park, Ring Road Kilimani – Nairobi.
3 speakers came forth to share their knowledge and experience on forming start-ups and I’m glad I had the chance to listen to them because such knowledge is valuable for any aspiring techprenuer.
According to techpreneurspotlight.com, a techprenuer is “a warm-blooded animal, male or female, who feeds on no sleep, limited resources and a passion for technology: aka, any person who creates a company around his or her vision of leveraging technology to change the world.”
In this first part of Founders 101, I’ll share what I got from the first 2 speakers. Most of the information is in point form; no need of writing a lengthy article since the speakers were quite straight forward.
(A). Perfecting & Monetizing an Online Offering – Munyutu Waigi
(Munyutu Waigi is the founder of Rupu and Ringier Kenya)
Just sharing an interesting sermon I watched today evening, targeting men and how they ought to relate with God. Its by Pastor Miles McPherson of Rock Church, San Diego, USA. It was a blessing to me and I hope it will bless you too. Oh! And a quote that caught my hear, from the sermon 🙂