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Kenya Anglican Men Association (KAMA) is an association for men in the Anglican Church of Kenya. The Association was formed with a view to bringing all Anglican men together into a living personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ in a manner that enables them to grow and live in totality.

 

KAMA is one of the evangelistic arms of the Diocese whose members are enrolled at the Diocesan level and participates at the parish/local church level. It is a gender-based group that focuses on issues relating to men at the Diocesan and parish level. These issues are handled on the basis of 10 broad objectives:

i. To promote God's kingdom and to set forth His glory
ii. To help its members to grow in spirit, mind and body, and be mature in faith for everygood work.
iii. To encourage members to play an active role in the Mission of the Church.
iv. To encourage Christian principles in national, civic and community life.
v. To encourage members to undertake acts of Christian service for the distressed, disadvantaged
and those with special challenges.
vi. To encourage members to use the gifts God has given them as stewards of God's varied places.
vii. To encourage members to use their resources in supporting the work of the Church at all levels.
viii. To encourage Anglican lay men and women to play positive roles in
political, social and economic life of the nation
ix. To honor the institution of marriage as ordained by God and to promote Christian family values.
x. To promote Christian fellowship, love and unity in the Church and
society and promote spiritual enthusiasm among members.
The guiding Biblical backing for KAMA is Joshua 24:15b, "…as for me and my house, we will serve the
Lord".