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We are thrilled to introduce Kwame Osae, who has joined the team at Milton Keynes Christian Centre as our new Connections Pastor. Kwame comes to us with a wealth of experience and a passion for helping others feel loved and connected.

Family Man

He is married to Fiona and they are proud parents of four children. When he’s not busy with family life, Kwame enjoys playing board games, going for walks, reading, and staying informed about the world through his interests in history, current events, and autobiographies.

The Great Outdoors

On a perfect afternoon, Kwame would love nothing more than to spend time with Fiona, exploring the great outdoors on a walk and a picnic. He also has big aspirations and a bucket list full of exciting experiences, including learning Spanish, travelling to Israel, tackling the challenge of a marathon, and even meeting his hero, Sir Alex Ferguson!

Man of Faith

For Kwame, hope is everything and his ‘life verse’ is Job 14:7, which states, “For there is hope for a tree, if it is cut down, that it will sprout again, and that its tender shoots will not cease.” He is also inspired by the story of Jesus and the fishermen in Luke 5:4-11.

A Supportive Pastor

Kwame is eager to serve as the Connections Pastor at Milton Keynes Christian Centre, where he will play a critical role in helping people belong, find their place in our church family, and remain connected. He understands the power of community and the significance of being a part of a church family, which offers a place to deepen our relationship with God, feel a sense of belonging, grow as a person, and connect with others.

“Being connected to a church family is crucial in our spiritual journey,” says Kwame. “It provides us with a sense of belonging, a place to grow, and the opportunity to connect with other believers. Above all, it’s a place to draw closer to God the Father and to receive His covering and guidance.”

Join us in welcoming Kwame and his family to the Milton Keynes Christian Centre community. We are grateful for his passion and dedication to serving others, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact he will make in our church family.

Pray With Us

As we welcome Kwame and his family to Milton Keynes Christian Centre, let us also remember to pray for them. Here are some prayer points to guide us in supporting Kwame as he begins this new chapter in his ministry:

  • Pray for God’s grace, wisdom, and strength to sustain Kwame as he serves in this new role as Connections Pastor.
  • Pray for Fiona and their children, that God will surround them with His love and protection.
  • Pray for the Osae family to feel welcomed and loved by the church family, and for them to establish strong relationships within the community.
  • Pray for Kwame’s ministry to be effective and impactful, and for him to be a source of encouragement and inspiration to those he serves.
  • Pray for God to continue to guide and direct Kwame in his journey, and to provide him with the resources he needs to serve with excellence.

Let us lift up Kwame and his family in prayer, and support them as they begin this exciting new chapter in their lives.

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