Thursday, February 28, 2008

Msafara Wheels of Hope - Kesha, Kesho.

Venues for Nationwide Kesha, 29th February 2008


  • ICC (International Christian Center) - Mombasa Road
  • Deliverance Church - Umoja
  • Good Shepherd Church - Ngong Road
  • Solution Center, Mbagathi Rd
  • Nairobi Pentecostal Church - BuruBuru
  • Karura Chapel - Limuru Rd
  • Nairobi Pantecostal Church - Central Valley Rd
  • Kileleshwa Convenant Community Centre
  • Parklands Baptist Church
  • All Saints Cathedral
  • JCC (Jubilee Christian Church) - Ngara
  • Nairobi Gospel Centre - Embakasi


  • Mombasa Pentacostal Church
  • Redeemed Gospel Church (Malindi)
  • Full Gospel Church (Voi)


  • Afraha Stadium Sports Ground (during Msafara)


  • Naivasha Africa Inland Church
  • Anglican Church Naivasha
  • Kenya Assemblies of God
  • Karagita Bread of Life
  • Oserian Pefa


  • Town Hall Pastors


  • Social Hall


  • Christian Church International (Makongeni)


  • Redeemed Gospel Church


  • Dar-es-Salaam Pentacostal Church

Visit the msafara blog and website.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Msafara Wheels of Hope II

Todays' prayer focus (from the msafara blog)

2 Chronicles 7:14 “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”


Personal Repentance

  • Personal sin - prejudice, pride, arrogance, hate, tribalism etc. (Psalms 15:51)

Corperate Repentance

  • Ask God to forgive the Church of pride, divisions, hate, involvement in tribalism and violence, unhealthy competition etc (Mathew 12:25)

National Repentance

  • Cry to God to forgive Kenya for bloodshed, hate, tribalism, social and political injustice, cheating and rigging, propaganda against others etc. (Ezekiel 18:30 & 22)



  • Pray for unity, restoration and revival (Joel 2:28; Psalms 85:4-7)


  • Peace, justice, reconciliation, restruction and economic revival (Isaiah 61:4)


  • Ask God to give us us righteous leaders (Psalms 8:15; Proverbs 29:2)

Spiritual Warfare

  • Pray against tribalism, occultism, violence, lawlessness, bloodshed and death (2 Corinthians 10:4-6; Ephesians 6:12)
  • Exalt God over Kenya (Psalms 46; Isaiah 33,5)

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Msafara Wheels of Hope

I just got this by email so I will reproduce it in full:

An exciting initiative that’s been recently launched is ‘Msafara – Wheels of Hope’. Msafara means ‘convoy’. The vision of Msafara is to lead 300 pastors and Christians from different churches in Kenya to 5 major towns over 10 days on a mission to unify churches, conduct large scale healing/reconciliation ceremonies and distribute humanitarian supplies.
Msafara is seeking to raise 100,000 hygiene kits to distribute to the displaced across the country. What’s a hygiene kit? Thought you’d never ask! See the list below. If you are able to put together one (or a thousand), please drop it/them at the Nairobi Baptist Church, where the secretariat is housed. Or if you work in downtown Nairobi, you could leave it at the Memorial Park, which is the downtown collection center.
You can contact the Msafara secretariat on 0733-678311, 0722-219330 or
For more details on how you can participate , please check

Also there's going to be a period of prayer and fasting from 29th February to 7th March.

Monday, February 18, 2008


Woi :(

Didn't watch the game.

I had better things to do (there's actually stuff that takes precedence over watching or playing soccer - like playing with my band)

Now for Wednesday; I have fond memories of watching Kaka and Co live at the San Siro, but please this Wednesday, please play like Kuku.

Monday, February 04, 2008

Power of Prayer

A friend of mine forwarded this to me via email:

Amazing Scene as 200 Kenyan Children, On Their Own Initiative, Pray for their Country and Get Miraculous Results

Ever since the children started praying together, the pastor says there have been no deaths, houses burned or even violence in their section of this slum. Adults recite this fact in amazement. The children, however, don't even mention it because it's exactly what they expected to happen. "Pastor told us that there is power in prayer. He said we can change the country through prayer," says 12-year-old. "So that is what we are doing, changing the country."

The entire story is here.

This is the example that followers of Christ should be following. When a child prays, I guess its very innocent and without any 'mindsets' ; just the heart that the Father is seeking.