MEET THE FOUNDERS OF CAMP BRETHREN
STEVE & MARY NJENGA
And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, in as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
-Matthew 25:40 KJV
CBM began in Eburru in 2006 when Steve Njenga, a Kenyan pastor serving as the head chaplain at the Kijabe Medical Centre (one of the largest missionary hospitals in East Africa) gave up his comfortable, middle-class life to serve the least of these. His wife, Mary (Kajabe's nurse administrator for over 10,000 surgeries a year), began serving full-time in Eburru in 2016, running the CBM school and medical centre. CBM has its own Board of Directors, and Steve operates his churches under the authority of the African Inland Church (AIC). Steve serves as the general contractor, pastor and visionary for CBM's wide range of ministries and outreach efforts. His integrity and reliance on the Lord, coupled with a clear, executable plan for impacting lives with the Gospel, attract all who meed him and are reflected in his words in the CBM Mission Statement.