Kasisi Kĩriakũ wa Kĩnyua is a trained theologian, a motivational speaker, a professor of religion and ethics, and an ordained minister. He holds a PhD degree in Religion from the University of Birmingham (England). Kasisi is the author of Introducing Ordinary African Reader's Hermeneutics (2015) and Bible Translations into Gĩ-Gĩkũyũ (2017). Living in different parts of the world has given Kasisi leadership and intercultural perspectives.
Kasisi Global Institute of Leadership and Christian Witness is a 501c3 non-profit organization registered in the state of California under the directorship of Rev. Dr. Johnson Kĩriakũ Kĩnyua. The institute constitutes of three branches: (a) Institute of Learning: offering courses on Leadership, Theology, Religion and Public Policy; (b) Christian mission and witness; and (c) Research and Preserving archival materials.
Kasisi Facing Mount Kenya is an online database established to preserve history, encourage research and offer resources in matters of Christian missions, leadership, theology, and public policy. The database offers online collection of all known (and even extant) Gĩkũyũ and Swahili Christian hymns, songs, and choruses. It also includes the Gĩkũyũ Bible (1965 and 2007 versions.) We equally blog on the history of the Church in the Gĩkũyũ-land.