Lord of all creation - I come to You now in the name of this Jesus I have heard about.  I was born into a sinful world and have lived in ignorance and rebellion to Your truth.  Jesus, I accept You as God manifested in the flesh, born as an offering for my sins.  Born to pay the price I am unable to pay - the price required for restored fellowship with my Creator.  Please forgive me and make me a vessel fit for Your use.  I release any bitterness or unforgiveness in my heart and ask You to deal with those situations.  I believe You were born of a virgin, died on the cross, rose from the dead on the third day, ascended into heaven and are now sitting at the right hand of the Father, making intercession for me.

You are now Lord of my life.

Confess Jesus before men and He will confess you before the Father.

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Linda Jennings
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Sunday, 02 October 2011 17:56
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Pastor Wario first contacted us in late 2009. His greatest concern was for his family and their care as he ministered the Word of God. The Spirit quickened to us the sincerity of his desires and needs.

We have since built them a home and they are now moved in. Ministry of Prayer is pleased to have been able to do this for them and they are most appreciative.

There remains a need to acquire electricity. It is not available in the area of their home and they are praying for a solar means of electricity. A drought has also prevailed for many months. His current prayer is for a cistern to be built so they may have a means to capture rain for their needs. Our prayers are certainly with them that God will furnish all their needs.

Wario is from the Moyale district of Northern Kenya and serves among the Boran speaking people. Boran communities inhabit Northern Kenya and Southern part of Ethiopia and lag behind in evangelism. In addition to speaking and mission work, he has a tape ministry which is proving to be very effective.

We currently fund frequent mission trips in both Kenya and across the border into Ethiopia. Though the muslim influence is not great in some areas, idol worship and demonic practices are.

Our feeding program there is currently supplementing the support for nine families. Pastor Wario has prayerfully selected families that are in desperate need. In addition to the monthly feeding, we also send each family on a shopping trip for clothes. Some are Christian - some are muslim - all are in need.

When we asked Pastor Wario if they built the mud huts themselves, he responded, “People do build for themselves and if not well thatched with grass or the roof covered with a polythene sheet, it will pour rain. I remember very well in my childhood our mud hut leaking rain and we covered ourselves with animal skin to avoid getting wet. When I see people living in mud huts, from my own experience, I know what it means.”


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