Thursday, 7 November 2013

My divine appointment to Côte d'Ivoire

My beloved brothers and sisters, I am taking this opportunity to inform to you that I have finished my work in the East Africa Annual Conference, and the Lord has sent me to Côte d'Ivoire Annual Conference where I will continue serving as Missionary. It was a blessing to my family to serve in Kenya for two years and half. Thank you for all your prayers and supports. I am looking forward to continue partnering with you individually, and your church to make Disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.  Continue praying for many new churches planted in Kenya and for all local pastors who are committed to the growth of the Church. 
I will update you soon on my work while in Côte D'Ivoire. Together as equal partners, we can mobilize God’s people and engage the unreached to experience the God News of Jesus Christ. God has given each of us one specific skill sets and roles to play in global missions. The church and the missionary not only need each other but we are better when we are together.  Missionary work is the lifeblood of the Church and the lifesaving blessing to all who accept its message.
We always pray before we take a trip. We ask God to protect us in our journey and to bless our time away from home. It is also a good thing to pray for others as they leave for a mission trip, whether it is short-term or a longer commitment.
Pray for us to have good health,
Pray for us for our physical needs,
Pray for us to meet our financial needs for mission,
Pray for clarity and boldness of speech while sharing the gospel to people.
Pray that loneliness is kept at bay.
Pray that we are protected from the wiles of the Devil,
Pray that God will use us to change lives.

I invite you to take the BURDEN of the people where I will serve upon your shoulders while you are praying to God. My prayer is to witness the Good News of Jesus Christ to impact people and change lives. Remember to support my mission work. My special advance is #3021390 at


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