Why Missions?

I used to think that missions were a thing for Super-Christians. i.e., being engaged in missions would earn someone extra points from Jesus but it certainly wasn’t for everyone but now I have been able to understand it better that Missions matters to every Christian because it is at the very core of what it means to be a Christian. “Missions” is one of those words that we toss around…

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COVID-19 AND MISSIONARY WORK.

Missionary work involves sending individuals and groups of Christian believers, called missionaries, to different nations of the world to do God’s work and still make an impact that lasts, all while bringing the Gospel message simultaneously. With over 10 million confirmed cases worldwide and over 10,000 cases in Kenya, the COVID-19 pandemic is a global health crisis affecting all our programs and all the countries in which we work. The…

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IS KENYA SAFE FROM CORONA VIRUS?

WHO has named Kenya as one of the thirteen countries in Africa that is a priority zone with the likelihood of reporting Coronavirus infection due to its close association with China? As of 15th February 2020, Africa has reported one confirmed case of the Coronavirus in Egypt. The individual, who is a foreigner, tested positive and was in stable condition but placed in isolation for 15days. The major scare Kenya experienced was on…

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7 THINGS TO DO WITH AND FOR THE KENYA PRISONERS

According to the Kenya Prison Service, Kenyan Prisons has approximately 54,000 inmates, 48% are detainees awaiting trial, and the rest are sentenced, prisoners. 70 % of cases that go through the justice system are likely to involve; being drunk or disorderly, lack of business licenses, creating a disturbance, illegal gambling, and illegal grazing among other petty offences. The majority of the prisoner’s report being bitter, depressed, and miserable. You can put…

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WHY POLIO VACCINATION IS GIVEN MULTIPLE TIMES TO KENYAN CHILDREN UNDER FIVE

Again! is the remark Kenyan parents are making after the Ministry of Health in partnership with UNICEF and Core Group Polio Project announced another round of Polio Vaccination campaign? Kenyan children have received at least six separate doses of Polio Vaccine since 2018. The last reported cases of Polio in Kenya were in 2013 when Somalia had an outbreak of the Wild Polio Virus that got its way into the…

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The Finger Theory: Praying for Missionaries

We can use our fingers to help us pray for those working to fulfil Jesus’ Great Commission among those underprivileged, underserved and unreached. R.A Torrey Says: “The man or woman at home who prays often has as much to do with the effectiveness of the missionary on the field, and consequently with the results of his or her labours, as the missionary.” Thumb Your thumb is nearest to you, begin…

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THE FOUR PILLARS OF EFFECTIVE MISSIONS

  For the church to conduct effective missions at least the following must be in place: a) Intercessors We recognize and acknowledge that it’s Christ’s great commission. We get empowerment to witness from God through His Spirit. We, therefore, need the church first to be on their knees for workers, for provision and favour. b) Senders We must have people who remain in the homeland to send the missionaries. People…

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WHO WILL SAVE HER?

In the dimly lit room, I could hardly see myself, The ground so uneven, I almost stumbled headfirst, But gently I moved, We had to get closer, Or else she would die.   My colleague followed, And we finally got there, She lay on the mattress free bed, So slender my heart ached, She noticed we were new, And glanced at us with expectation, I said hello, And proceeded with…

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