Lilian Mawenge, UG: - “This conference has changed me so much. I find the information new and very informative.”
Fredrick Muchiri Kibaki, Kenya: - “I pledge to only to go ahead to teach but also do all that I have learned here.” Tom Baraza, Kenya: - “I am amazed at how the bible presents the things of creation, Commitment comes from conviction. I am convinced that what I have learned from this conference will convict many act in caring from the creation.”David Ichungwa, Scripture Union Kenya:- “I pledge to make Care of Creation part and parcel of the scripture union campaigns targeting children and young people with the concepts of caring for the creation across the African continent.” Lydia Mwaniki, St Paul’s University Lecturer: - “The conference has challenged me so much to action.
I pledge to work at St Paul’s University in developing a curriculum around creation care. I commit also to preach and share sermons on creation care. I will also work with my husband to implement farming God’s way.” Rev. Dr. Miriam Ichungwa from Presbyterian Church: - “Fireless cooker was quite an eye opener for me. At the university, we have started the process of planting trees. God has also opened my eyes to see how the scriptures are interconnected from Genesis to Revelation. Genesis 1:28 God is involved in creation and charges man to care for the same.I have learned that I have people I can tap into, connect with and work towards caring for the creation. Many people from the clergy were able to realise that caring for the creation is a core business. All aspects of the creation including politics is the core business”
DRC Delegate: - “We have been doing creation care without knowledge. Now I have been empowered to even do better. This conference has helped me to know the spiritual dimension of the destruction that I do to nature when I cut down trees.”Mary Manana, Registrar at Africa International University):- “I have passion for environment, and at AIU, we are in process of developing a curriculum on care of creation which will go a long way in equipping many of the pastors that go through our institution.Anna Kandawire, Malawi: - “In Malawi, we have lots of challenges, I will start similar projects as what we have learnt at this conference in the last one week.”
Baptist Church Leader South Sudan: - Challenged by the presentations here and there is need to look at e-waste. I pledge to go work with the engineering people in my profession to take care of the environment in how they dispose their wastes.” Priscila Ndinda, High School Teacher, Kenya: - “I am a part-time lecture and I will pass on all that I have learnt from this conference to my students at High School and universities as I teach on Agriculture and environmental conservation. My student who attended this conference has pledged to start the care of creation club here in Kenya.”Eric Ogallo, Kenya: - “Church leaders have the knowledge about care of creation. Let as move fast as we talk. Stop talking and start moving.”