When I first came to the United States as a student of the University of Indianapolis, many years ago, I met a gentleman by the name of Ken Mosongo. Ken is from Kenya. Yeah, I know. That’s what I thought too, Ken from Kenya? What a rhyme. Ken and I worked long hours in the school kitchen. We studied together in its labs on weekends and late into the night. We taught ourselves how to make cheap international calls. We fretted about how we could pay our large tuition bills and what we would do if we became dropouts. Those were not easy days but we made them fun days.  Since Ken, I’ve met many Kenyan’s and they’ve been friendly to me. I see them as my brothers and sisters. I feel at home. I can relate. I can trust them.

 

A Time of Ministry in Kenya

As God ushered me deeper into ministry, it came as no surprise that most of my early supporters were from Kenya. In fact, a large percentage of my following, is still from Kenya. Kenya is getting a lot of media attention these days. President Barack Obama is visiting his paternal nation this July. I am glad God has opened a door for me to reunite with my Kenyan brothers and sisters physically. If you are anywhere near Mwingi, Kenya on August 20th and 21st 2015,  I invite you to visit with me. I will be holding a crusade, and will be looking out for you, hoping to meet you. I will be tweeting whenever I am able using my handle @ucheunogu. If you won’t be coming can you please join me in prayer? Pray that:

1. People are saved

2. People are healed

3. People are provided for

4. Financial resources is present and that the organizers are blessed.

5. That God gives me the grace to speak His words with Authority

 

The Face of Christianity is Changing

Church attendance in Europe is at an all time low. It’s famous and historic cathedrals sit almost empty. They’ve become monuments to what was the epic center of Christianity. A basking haven of truth that sent missionaries in droves to Africa and around the world. Now Africa is sending missionaries back to the West at this end time.  While America is legalizing secularization, kicking the ten commandments out of it’s courtrooms and forbidding prayer in its public schools. There is yet revival going on, and Kenya is one of those places upholding morality. Renowned for its elite distance runners, Kenya will now also be known as a vibrant Christian land. A place God is not ashamed to call His. Join me in person and in praying for Kenya.

Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession  – Psalm 2:8