Fearless Summit is an annual gathering of church and market place leaders who are passionate about bringing godly change in every sector of society. Previous events have attracted many leaders both locally and internationally from countries like Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, Congo, Malawi, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Burundi, North America, South America, Germany, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Haiti, New Zealand, USA, Canada and many others. Many participants have been inspired to go back and begin transformational initiatives in their sectors, cities and churches. Our typical attendance ranges between 700-1000 people. This year’s Summit will be the 8th edition of the event.
In 2017 the theme was, “The Awakening – let the change begin”. We live in an era where the forces of hate, sectarianism, economic downturn and ethnic balkanization seem to be the norm. Our vision is to awaken a generation of Christians who are at the frontline of bringing much-needed godly change in every sector of society for the restoration of our nations. Christ followers cannot afford to continue thinking “small” and living for our selfish ambitions and expect this world to change. We need an awakening.
And indeed there was. We had 700 Fearless Influencers gathered in Nairobi from different parts of the world. The inspiration was too much to contain and we were glad to see many people going back to their spheres of influence transformed
The 2017 Summit was the 8th edition of the event. Speakers in past events include, Andrew Rugasira – Uganda (Founder, Good African Coffee), Charlie Masala – South Africa (CEO, Myles Monroe International), H.E Rachel Ruto – Kenya (Founder – Joyful Women Organization), Frank Ireri – Kenya (MD, Housing Finance), Bishop JB Masinde – Kenya (Bishop, Deliverance Church), Larry Madowo – Kenya (Online and Technology Editor and News Anchor, NTV), Oscar Muriu – Kenya (Senior Pastor, Nairobi Chapel), Kenton Beshore – N. America (Senior Pastor, Mariners Church), Kevin Mulei – Kenya (CEO, Mo Sound), Beth Ganem – Kenya (Former Executive Vice President JP Morgan), , Prashan De Visser – Sri Lanka (President, Sri Lanka Unites), H.E Joe Mucheru – Kenya (Cabinet Secretary, ICT), Julian Kyula – Kenya (CEO, MODE and Senior Pastor, Purpose Center).