This is the story of God and his work. God brought a timid, self-willed boy from the woods of East Texas to the cotton fields of West Texas. God led him through Wayland Baptist University, the University of North Texas, and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary to prepare educationally for missionary service. God taught this man, Claylan Coursey, at his first pastorate at Wellington, Texas, to introduce people to Christ as their personal Savior. God then took him with his family to Idaho and taught him how God can use a family to start a new church. From there, God took him with his family to the coast of Kenya, Africa.
On the Kenyan coast, God first taught Clay Coursey and his fellow missionaries how to send Kenyan teams out to start new churches in order to touch unreached areas and establish a base for expansion through the Giryama Project.
Following this, God revealed his plan for every church to begin a new church. Using biblical methods from the book of Acts, these new churches began to saturate the area with other new congregations.
When this movement began to slow, God brought many Christian volunteers from America to join with the churches in partnership for two weeks to help and encourage them in their task of reaching out to other communities to start new churches. This is the story of how this movement spread across Kenya and into other parts of Eastern and Southern Africa.