Kenya Mission, August 2011

We visited Kenya in this summer in August. It was amazing to see how advanced Kenya is compared to all the African countries we have visited. The church we visited is in the center of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. The Lord touched many, gave them wonderful prophetic words and encouraged many by healing and delivering them.



Leadership Meeting, August 27th, 2011
On August 27th, 2011 we were teaching and ministering at the “Oasis of Grace Church” in Nairobi.


Prayer Night
Pastors Victor and Judith were invited to minister in Nairobi at the church “Oasis of Grace Church” with Bishop George Kamunya as their Pastor and Leader


Sunday Service Aug 28th, 2011

This was the last service during our visit in Kenya.
The service was wonderful. The Lord blessed the people who came to the church. Many were healed of pain and other sicknesses. Many received amazing words of God through the word of knowledge.
To one gentleman the Lord gave the word, that he will be promoted, and sure enough, within the next days the gentleman was promoted. 


Safari in and Info about Nairobi
Nairobi is the largest and capital city of Kenya. The name “Nairobi” comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nyirobi, which translates to “the place of cool waters”.
Founded in 1899 as a simple rail depot on the railway linking Mombasa to Uganda, the town quickly grew to become the capital of British East Africa in 1907 and eventually the capital of a free Kenyan republic in 1963.
Nairobi has a population of between three and four million. Situated on the Nairobi River, the city is not only the largest and fastest growing city in Kenya, but one of the largest in Africa.
The Nairobi National Park is an unique preserved area of savannah stretching along the urban capital Nairobi. Famous for being the only reserve in the world bordering a capital city, the park is one of Kenya’s main attractions for tourists and locals.It consists mainly of savannah and grass plains (Athi/Kapiti plains) soaked by permanent rivers.
Animals easily seen in the park are Maasai giraffe, eland, Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelles, impala, African buffalo, waterbuck, baboon, warthog and rock hyrax. Zebra and gnu can be seen during the migration period (August-September). The park, known for its rhino sanctuary, is also the natural habitat of the black rhinoceros and it is almost sure that you’ll spot a black rhinoceros in his own habitat. Leopard, lion and cheetah are hard to spot. Among the birds, we quote mainly the ostrich, eagles, vultures, secretary bird and plenty of water birds.


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