Dear Prayer Partners/Sponsors,

Shalom! May the peace of God be with you. I trust that this mail finds you well. Greetings from Kenya in Jesus’ Name. Hope and trust that you are all well in Him. Over here, we are under Gods’ care regardless of the ups and downs of this world.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank and glorify our Almighty God for His ever-loving kindness to us in all areas. The same goes to you, brethren. Thank you very much for your endless love and care for us as you have continued praying for us and supporting us financially. May God bless you dearly in whatever you do.

I would like to thank God our Almighty for His greatness in His daily doings. I say so because of how God has been to me, my family, and the ministry during the year 2021. With all the hardship of my son’s sickness, God remained faithful to my family and kept the ministry moving on. I want to thank you all, my dear brethren, for standing with me, with my family, and with the ministry in your prayers and financial support. May God bless you richly and increase your love towards helping where necessary. The good news is that my son, Duncan, is fully healed after the transplant which took place on July 29th, 2021. Today he was back to the doctor for a checkup and the doctor told him that he is doing ok. Glory to God for the healing.

However, though things were on and off here and there, God proved that He cannot be stopped by anything from doing what He has purposed to do. We thank God because with all those hindrances, still the Gospel was preached in various places and people got saved, baptized, and discipled.  Our God is an able God. We had opportunities of holding seminars to strengthen the church leaders and DVBS for our children.

Nevertheless, as the pandemic was hitting hard in the country, drought also struck hard. Today, we are thankful to God for relieving us from the severe pandemic crisis. But we are still struggling with the drought which is hurting so much the lives of human beings and livestock. We have a big shortage of food because there are no crops on the farms due to the drought. This has affected our evangelism programs because people are running up and down looking for food. However, it has never stopped the ministry but just slowed it due to the situation.

Regardless of this situation, God has been faithful to our family, and we have moved on with life and ministry as God has been enabling us. Brethren, we need your prayers very much because of the great drought, downfall of businesses, and lack of jobs in our country.  This is causing economical, spiritual, and social hardships in the country.

In closing, I beseech all of us to prioritize God and His Kingdom and all the other things shall be done for us as Matthew 6:25-34 tell us.

If we remember Who is in control, how much He loves us, and how committed He is to us and our future, we can choose not to worry! He is taking care of everything. We choose to believe Him. Let your heart not be troubled… John 16:33

“God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?” Numbers 23:19. God is with us during these times, doing a great work! Be encouraged.




  1. God’s faithfulness in all areas


  1. God’s mercies, loving kindness, and protection


  1. God’s continued provision


  1. For Duncan’s’ healing




  1. Strong faith and trust in the Lord for us servants of God and for the people we serve


  1. Financial provision in this time of great need


  1. For funds to build a church building –$2,000.00


  1. For Duncan’s $200.00 per month medicine due to his kidney transplant


May God bless you for your faithfulness in praying, giving, inspiring, and believing God to do great things through our partnership.

I conclude with the words of Psalm 91. God is indeed our Dwelling, our Refuge. Pray that the peace of God that passes all understanding will guard the hearts and minds of our people through this difficult time. Amen


Pastor Kenneth