Nominate Your Distinguished Alumni Here!

It’s that time again!

Every year, Asbury Theological Seminary seeks to honor one of our rock star alumni as Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna of the Year! But, we need your help to make it happen. Click on this link to send us your nomination for the alumni you feel are doing the best job of representing Christ and ATS well. Be prepared to provide information about why your nominee is a good choice for Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna of the Year. They can serve a large church, a small church, multiple churches, or outside the church! They can be male or female, and they can be from any nation in the world. Get creative!

We look forward to seeing all the nominations and reading about each person who is making an impact in the world for the sake of the gospel!


2 responses to “Nominate Your Distinguished Alumni Here!”

  1. I hereby nominated Dr. James Karanja for his outstanding Youth Work in Germany within the Evangelical Church and also for his wonderful ministry amongst the Refugees. James Karanja has been able to help a lot of young refugees find a new home, new friends, integrate themselves in Germany and more so alot of Muslim immigrants have become followers of Christ. Last Year James got an award from the City of Bad Homburg because of his influence within young people and also young immigrants. His ministry of social justice in Africa-Kenya is outstanding. He already got two recognitions from the Government of Hessen for his ministry in Kenya among the street Children. He has two Children Centers, one for boys and the other one for girls, he has constructed two health centers and supports three with donations of medicine and medical support from Germany, he has helped establish a sponsorship program for over 572 Kids in Kenya, has established development work for single mothers and poor families with milk goats and bees’ projects for honey. We therefore nominate our brother Dr. James Karanja for his outstanding work both in Germany and Kenya

  2. Moses Ngugi says:

    Am nominating Doctor James Karanja for his exemplary work for the destitute children in Kenya where he started a ministry called Home Care International, which takes care of disadvantaged children ensuring they have a roof over their heads, food on their table and that they go to school. His passion is evident even as he interacts with the children and making the numerous trips to Kenya every year to check on the project and offer financial and moral support.

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