KENYA NOVEMBER 2020 NEWSLETTER REPORTS
PASTORS EMPOWERMENT – PASTOR BENJAMIN MURAYA
Pastors in rural African setting travel long hours to minister in their local Churches. Unite 4 Africa has been in front supporting the local pastors both in training, discipleship and empowerment. Pastor Benjamin has been walking, trekking or borrow a motorbike to his church which is 47 kilometers away from his home. This has strained him and he has to skip some Sundays because it was hard for him and his family, as he has to leave on Friday and come back the next Monday. Unite 4 Africa heard about him as he has been in our trainings, and we shared the Love of Christ by empowering him with a motorcycle which will enable go and come back the same day. There are many local pastors like Benjamin struggling to minister the gospel in the rural Kenyan communities.
Fig 1&2 Rev. Moses Rianto presenting a motorbike to pastor Benjamin
GIVING GIRLS DIGITY WITH REUSABLE SANITARY
During this Covid-19 period, not only are Maasai girls facing the challenge of early marriages, but also of hygiene as their parent do not know about sanitary. Unite 4 Africa and her partners Hami Imani Africa, took the girls mentorship program to Meto where we sensitized to girls
And Women separately, then provide them with dignity pads. Over 200 girls benefited from the dignity program.
Fig. 4,5,6 Empowering girls with dignity pads at Meto Village
• Please pray for Kenya, as Covid19 spike is increasing and schoolchildren and teachers contracting it
• Pray for our new Churches under trees to get constructed
• Pray for local pastors as they continue to minister in Churches despite the hard times