Kenya Update – Oct 2014 – Rauf Okal – Operations Director
During the month of September, Baptist Church held baptism in Maasai, at Karero Centre. 40 people were baptized and this is the first group in the area.
At Enkokidongoi , 13 people were baptized; so, a total of 53 baptisms in Sep. We thank God for Karero that is embracing the gospel and now many have been baptized; a new thing here and many were excited to see this happen. We pray that many shall be transformed to embrace Christ.
Lets pray for the Maasai school children because many will be missing school as families migrate in search of pasture for their livestock. There has been prolonged drought and cows are dying, the only source of living for the Maasai. Pray that God will provide feeding programs in schools so many will continue going to school.
Baptism at Enkokidongoi Baptist Church
Pastor Paul reports of growth in Thirirka Church in Kinale area. He organized for a revival on the 24 Aug. 2014 and since then has seen many yearn for Christ. He shifted the fellowships to evening hours from 7-8pm. This is part of his campaign to reduce consumption of alcohol, which has hit the area thus having replicative effects on the families. His intention is to show love, give hope, reach out to this special category of persons and even bring reconciliation to broken families.
He reports through this initiative, seven have received Christ in two months.
In other news, Kinale community has started a table banking system to empower them economically. Being a member, pastor Paul says this will go along way to uplifting each other.
Lets join hands with Pastor Paul as he does this special ministry of reaching out to those broken down by alcohol.
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