focusing on the harvest field

Nairobi my beautiful hometown is a city thats as diverse as any could be. it’s graced with a magnificent skyline in the city which is surrounded by slums crummed with the poor, highclass surbubs where the money bags of the nation sleep and a middle class that is slowly growing.

the issues that face it’s population which soars above 3 million people have been defined by many well meaning organizations in different terms ranging from poverty to corruption…but all these are mere fruits of a bigger problem…..Sin. the Gospel of Christ alone has the power to change lives..to give hope to the poor and the rich to give life to both groups for both are dead in their trespasses and sins. this must be done by all followers of Christ, the work mus’nt only be left for the Leaders of God’s people Eph 4:11-12 “ And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:” the work of the ministry in Nairobi will only get done when we all take up the burden to win over the city one soul at a time. Nairobi counts on you

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2 thoughts on “focusing on the harvest field

  1. Indeed ministry in the city of Nairobi is a daunting task, with around 5m people, and atleast 10 Universities in the city and its environs. But take heart as you prepare yourself. Tim Keller’s words are encouraging “God loves the city”

  2. Mama Gloria says:

    Great job! What an interesting blog. May the Word of the Lord reign! Good story telling but could you please add more pictures (especially of the field in S.Sudan) to your blog?

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