Diversität und Inklusion gehören zu den heißesten Themen unserer Zeit – neben dem Klimawandel, versteht sich. Der Grund dafür, dass diese Themen heutzutage in den Medien so präsent sind, ist, dass viel Geld investiert wird, um sie für eine Strategie der politischen Kontrolle zu nutzen.
We are partnered with Christ Transformation Center with fellowships in Archer’s Post, Maralal, Marsabit, Lodwar and Moyale. We have conducted a series of online training days and in 2022, went in person to conduct two three day trainings and a number of public outreaches. These were a huge success with many miracle healings and many coming to faith. Furthermore, many leaders were filled with the Holy Spirit and activated with the gift of healing. You can see more in the ‘Called+Empowered’ film.
Following these trainings, we have been receiving great news: for example, two pastors from a muslim region on the Northern border both received healing for their shoulders and a touch of the Holy Spirit. Following recent showings of the Jesus film, 127 people gave their lives to Jesus. That has never happened in that place before.
Need or relationship
As a child, I David spent 8 years in Kenya. My parent’s ministry equipped Christian teachers to disciple the nation. Their’s and many other missionaries’ efforts were by and large effective. Today 80% of Kenyans are affiliated with and active in a Christian church. Is it really right to invest in the church in Kenya at a time when Christians are being persecuted in some nations, and Europe and America are steadily descending into a post-Christian chaos? The answer is certainly: because the kingdom of God is built on family and on relationships and not strategies. God is moved by faith and not by need and so are we. Add to that, there are still many unreached people groups in Northern Kenyan.
Christian Kenya still needs
Christ Centered Transformation
The East African country Kenya has many things going for it. Various regions of the country enjoy a pleasant climate and fertile conditions for agriculture. Tourism once flourished in Kenya as one of the mainstays of the economy. It is famous for superb safaris and beach holidays. But tourism was hit hard by the global p(l)andemic lockdown. Now rampant inflation driven by global rises in energy prices is weighing heavily on people’s pockets.
There has been a large missionary presence in the country for a century and Kenyans were receptive to the Gospel. Christianity, is now the dominant faith with a prominent role in society and public life. Figures vary, but apparently more than 50% of Kenyans actively practice their Christian faith. Turn on the TV and you will see a worship band, or the weekend newspaper will feature an interview with a famous Kenyan singer who will be explaining that gospel music is not a music style, but an attitude of the heart – of worship. When William Ruto, the current president moved into State House, the papers reported on the prayer meeting where he asked spirit-filled church leaders to pray in tongues and tear down any demonic altars erected by previous occupants in the rooms of the Kenyan ‘White House’.
Samburu County, Northern Kenya 2022: The blind see, the lame walk. In this documentary you see miracles happening before your very eyes as a disappointed former minister accepts an invitation and dares to let God call and empower him. Along the way you will get a taste of life in Northern Kenya and meet characters from different tribes who have come together to learn how they too can not only speak the words but also do the works of Jesus.
Friends and brothers
Building on a friendship from David and Isabella’s Revival Training School time, we work with Christ Transformation Centre in Kenya, an indigenous network with a congregation in Eldoret and activities in the Kisii and Isiolo regions founded by the late Rev. John Shiundu. After having ministered with John in Switzerland, Pakistan and Thailand we did a trip in 2015 to the infamous Kisii region. We saw God move powerfully and documented some of the events and stories in our “Power to Change Kenya 2015” film.
Power to Change – Kenya 2015 film
A film about the Power of God touching a group of people in Kenya and giving them the power to change. It is a story of healings, inner healings and deliverance witnessed during a short mission trip. It is also a story of a fantasy author who comes to experience fanstastic things happening by the Holy Spirit in his own life.