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Healing and Deliverance!

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As the sun was rising this morning over the Rift Valley in Nakuru, Kenya, it illuminated an amazing scene. By 6:30 AM, thousands of pastors and church leaders had already gathered on our campaign field, under the African sky, to hear the Word of God. One local pastor said to Peter Vandenberg that he has never seen anything like it – not even in the churches – much less on an open field. There is truly a tremendous hunger here for the things of God, even among the leaders. This to me is a great sign that God is doing something powerful in Nakuru.  

I am joined this week by a number of amazing men and women of God from around the world. Among them are Eddie James and his team, all the way from the USA, leading us in beautiful and powerful worship each night. Also, I have a team of evangelists – graduates from the School of Evangelism, who have been ministering here for the last seven weeks! They have conducted more than 600 outreaches – sometimes over 30 in one day! Together they saw well over 200,000 decisions for Christ before the Campaign even started!   

Last night I asked one of those evangelists, Michael Job to share with the people. He is an actor at the Holy Land Experience who plays Jesus. Some local journalists had published the false report that Michael was claiming to be the real Jesus. It generated quite a bit of publicity, even making headlines on Fox News and the BBC (online). Last night Michael confirmed to the crowd, what he had already said many times – he is not Jesus. But he took the opportunity to give glory to the one and only King of Kings and Lord of Lords. The name of the real Jesus was lifted up.  

Tonight, I asked another one of those evangelists, Jared Horton to share for a few minutes before I preached. He told them the story of a young lady in one of the schools where they ministered. She had been given a braided piece of cloth to tie around her waist by a witchdoctor who told her that it would protect her against evil spirits. Meanwhile, this young lady had become completely demon possessed. As our team ministered in that school, this young lady was dramatically delivered. Afterward, she voluntarily gave that cloth to Jared as a testimony to her newfound freedom.  

After that testimony we burned drums full of witchcraft Juju that many people surrendered and broke the curses in Jesus’ name. One lady testified that she was healed when the curses were broken.

Many other wonderful testimonies of healing followed, including deaf ears, stomach ulcers, asthma, arthritis and all kinds of pain and paralysis!   Thank you for continuing to pray for us. More tonight.  

Yours in the Gospel,

Evangelist Daniel Kolenda  

Together with the whole CfaN team

The Glory Was Our Canopy

The first night of our campaign here in Nakuru, Kenya has just come to a close. As we arrived on the field tonight, ominous rain clouds threatened to drown out our open-air meeting. After a few minutes we could see a wall of water just on the perimeter of the field coming down in thick sheets. But it was as though the glory of God hung over the field, like a protective canopy. Only light, refreshing sprinkles of rain fell on the field. The moment I stood to preach, even the sprinkles stopped.

I preached the Gospel and the people responded with open hearts. Wonderful miracles happened when I prayed for the sick. The most interesting healing was an acrobat whose back had been broken. He was totally healed tonight. I asked him to bend over and test his back in front of the crowd. He must have misunderstood me because he got down onto the ground and contorted his body in the most amazing way. He was standing on his hands with his legs completely bent behind his back until his feet dangled in front of his face. 

Two ladies who could not walk without crutches were healed tonight.

A young woman who’d suffered for a couple of years with a painful lump under her arm, said that it completely vanished tonight during the prayer.

There were many testimonies of pain vanishing from various parts of the body instantly. The Fire Conference also began this morning as Peter Vandenberg and John Darku taught thousands of pastors and church workers. These are the men and women who will be discipling the new converts that are saved this week. That is why the Fire Conference is such an important part of the Campaigns.

Please continue to pray for us as we reap a mighty harvest here in Nakuru!

Yours in the Gospel,

Evangelist Daniel Kolenda

Together with the whole CfaN team

Nakuru, Kenya (August, 2019)

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Nakuru, Kenya

Nakuru

Christ for all Nations returns to Nakuru for the first time in 20 years!

Nakuru is the administrative and economical headquarters of Nakuru County. Conveniently situated between Nairobi and Western Kenya. Nakuru was established by the British as part of the White highlands during the colonial era and it has continued growing into a cosmopolitan city. It received township status in 1904 and became a municipality in 1952. Nakuru County is home to Lake Nakuru, Lake Elmenteita and Lake Naivasha. Lake Nakuru is best known for its thousands of flamingoes nesting along the shores.

People

Nakuru is populated by people from the whole of Kenya and from many regions of the world. The population is predominantly Kikuyu and Kalenjin but it has a cosmopolitan feel. The city has a sizable population of Kenyans of Indian origin and a few of the original settler families have also remained in the area.

Land and Climate

In Nakuru the summers are short, warm, and overcast and the winters are long, cool, and mostly cloudy. The rain in Nakuru falls mostly in the winter, with relatively little rain in the summer. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 12°C (53°F) to 27 °C (82°F) and is rarely below 8°C (48°F) or above 30°C (86°F).

Economy

Agriculture, manufacturing and tourism are the backbones of the economy of Nakuru. The main crops grown around Nakuru and marketed in the city include coffee, wheat, barley, maize, beans and potatoes. The crops provide the primary raw material for the manufacturing industries found in Nakuru and Nairobi. These industries include flour milling and grain ginneries. Dairy farming is a key economic activity and provides the inputs for various milk processing plants around the city. Other manufacturing industries include Menengai soap factory, Car&General Motorcycle plant, Eveready Battery plant, Fertiplant East Africa and many more.

Sources:

https://www.wildjunket.com/flamingos-and-rhinos-at-lake-nakuru/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nakuru



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