Elijah’s Message

“Should you choose to accept this mission……………………… Now what does this phrase remind you of?

Am sure most of you guys have watched Mission Impossible, the movie. The above phrase was always at the beginning of the movie trilogy.  I was definitely a fan of it with all those spy stuff in the movie. The main character’s mission was to Continue reading Elijah’s Message

June 7, 2010

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Any Given Good Friday

aka The Scouting Mission. This year’s Good Friday (2010) was one of the few I missed church. But for the good. The early morning came with rain. Seems like global warming is running away from Kenya. The normal rain season is back. I remember with nostalgia 15 years ago when the Safari rally was an exciting event. I would never miss it thanks to my dad.

My compass was pointing towards KPA.  Its some where along Mombasa road right opposite General Motors (GM). Its the inland port for cargo/ containers. But beyond those containers there exists human settlements that I had no idea about. I was told the parcels of land belonged to Maasai settlers  who sold to different inidividuals as they demarcated the large piece of land.

Settlements result into a Continue reading Any Given Good Friday

April 21, 2010

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Equiping Disciples aka A Well Spent Sunday Afternoon


A hot Sunday afternoon in Nairobi city found Maithya and I looking for a route 34 matatu bound for Donholm. Finding this particular matatu was not easy given the fact that we had to ask several times at which stage they were located. And of course the tasking bit of throwing our hawky eyes in the heavily human infested town of Nairobi. 10 years ago a crowded Nairobi city on a Sunday was foreign to the eyes of many. (I believe its high time the government took decentralization seriously)

Anyway, back to the story: we boarded, paid 50 bob (quite painful) and reached our destination (Christian Liberty Church). Without wasting time (of course the formalities of being welcomed were there), we began the training immediately since we reached on time(Quite an achievement for a Kenyan). Our dear former colleague (Robert) from KU welcomed us and introduced us to our trainees who were the youthful members of the church. They quite eager to learn how to share the Gospel. Maithya and I took turns in presenting. I always enjoy acting the part of the unbeliever when demonstrating on how the four laws are used. Why? I try to reproduce the thoughts and questions of an unbeliever that I usually get when I do witnessing personally. For example, since the devil was banished to Earth by God, does that mean Continue reading Equiping Disciples aka A Well Spent Sunday Afternoon

March 21, 2010

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