(John 4:39,40) Many of the Samaritans from that town believed in him because of the woman’s testimony, “He told me everything I ever did.” So when the Samaritans came to him, they urged him to stay with them, and he stayed two days.
Her name is Monica and she lives in Kianjahi, a small village, high on the range of hills that we live in. When Njerogi and Wangue visited this precious widow and upon her hearing the message of the Kingdom, she ran to tell all her neighbors and friends she had found Christ in a people.
The next visit to her house, there were over twenty people ready and waiting to hear the good news. At the end of our gathering, seven or eight teenagers showed up and wanted Njerogi and Wangue to stay longer and share with them.
Before Njerogi and Wangue the other Miti Mingi church members left, another one of Monica’s neighbors called Lilibet, had surrendered her life to Christ, and began to imitate Monica in spreading the word. The next step for them is baptism and then to begin training these disciples in everything our Lord has shown us.
Last Saturday we baptized two more young disciples from the Barut church and this Sunday we will immerse ten more adult men from the Ponda Mali church. All this was done by Kenyans to Kenyans.
The harvest is becoming exponential, and we are crying for more workers. That is why we are slowly building a dormitory to train others. Pray for us as we are definitely experiencing … a revolution in building the Kingdom.
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