Mentorship

Each of our students is assigned a mentor who walks with the students over the time they are with us. The mentors are volunteers from Nairobi Chapel and we assign them based on gender and sometimes career preferences. Our desire for mentoring is to see the students:

  • Become Spiritually Mature –Able to articulate and commit to Christian values
  • Grow into disciplers and mentors
  • Discover and appreciate their talents and use them to improve their lives, that of their family and the communities around them.
  • Make good and informed career choices
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Logos Stories of Hope…

One of the most beautiful seasons at the Logos Scholarship Fund is the “in-between” – the period when our scholars wait to transition into the next phase of their lives. It is so heartwarming to share in the joy when they receive their invitation letters to college or university and to see the fruits of their labor ripen.

As you read Francis Mugo’s story below. It is our prayer that through these inspirational stories, you will see the blessing of your generosity and sacrifice.

Francis Mugo’s Story

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