Flying over the Volcanic Crater of Mount Kilimanjaro has to be one of the most awe inspiring moments of my life. The Boeing aircraft circled around for 13 minutes giving everyone a perfect view of this great mountains icey slopes. All this thanks to a lady called elsie who the co-pilot wanted to impress. I knew then that my own brief love affair with kenya was going to produce something really special.
Jacob Prasch & Moriel are pleased to have been invited by African clergy to conduct Pastor's seminars in Black Africa and partake in the word of the Lord to the KIKUYA tribe of central Kenya where there has been a massive move of God.
In addition to poverty, AIDS pandemic, and lack of resources, Black African Pastors have been widely seduced by apostate doctrines from South Africa & the USA, especially money preachers, where they are coequally as prepared to exploit and take from the poor as they are to connive in the richer countries. The Bible twisting perversion if these con artists and charlatans is compounded by the mixture of indigenous African superstition of Christianity. Evangelism is dynamic and many are saved. But Jesus said to make disciples,not converts and the hype artistry and heretical con artistry means that too many of these precious brethren after being saved wind up in deception instead of in biblical discipleship.
Please pray for the work of Moriel and Jacob Prasch, the KIKUYA people, and for our seminars for Black African Pastors.
A Kenyan Pastor had a revival meeting in Eldoret. Many hundreds were saved by Gods grace and after the service a young women came and asked the Pastor a question. She said "Now how do I eat?" The Pastor said to her, "what do you mean? You don't look hungry, you look well fed". "That's true she said, but you don't understand. Until I got saved this evening I fed myself through prostitution, now I can't do that. Tell me Pastor how shall I eat?" Poverty does wicked things to people. The story of this lady really touched my heart and gave me an understanding of how things work on the ground level in the poorest regions of Kenya and Tanzania. This ladies story is a challenge to the church as it operates in these areas because this lady is just one of a million stories of poverty and hardship.