This is the first country I visited in 1987 working with The Lords Ministries. Although not currently active in their ministry I often visited my old friend George
Opara until he died in 2008. His son Pastor Jonathan Eric Mudenyo has now taken the responsibility for this ministry and it is growing well and reaching many new communities.
It was a privilege to work closely with Bishop Justus Wanjala who heads Gospel Lighthouse – a fast growing ministry with over 400 churches. He is constantly
establishing new churches both in Kenya and in neighbouring countries. It has a strong medical ministry, a newly established orphanage and a Bible School in
Matunda. I count Bishop Justus among my close personal friends.
I was excited with the establishment of West Pokot Pastor’s Fellowship. I miss the first chairman and co-founder Simon Changorok who died recently. He enabled
the Fellowship to grow to over 200 pastors. Regular open-air meetings were held. Chepararia is one area in Pokot where following a 'Unity' seminar the pastors
joined in Fellowship. The following report is typical of how pastors are responding to the unity teaching. "I write to let you know that God has taken us another
step following your ministry in this area in April last year. We have united as pastors and now we have started an inter-denominational lunch hour fellowship, and
so far we are seeing God backing us with his power and favour."
There are many ministries that I worked with, almost too many to name and I and till in direct contact with dozens of pastors and ministries in Kenya.
International Gospel Evangelistic Ministries (IGEM) was founded by Michael Wafula after attending one of my ‘Unity’ teaching seminars in 1992. I was unaware that
from that time he has been taking the ‘unity message’ through Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. Over 600 ministries have come together in unity under the IGEM banner.
Two good friends in Kakamega have opened many doors for me. Pastors Haillies Shitika and Julius Abungana work tirelessly in service of the Lord. I am honoured to
know them and work with them. Pastor Boaz Isiche is a struggling young pastor in Eldoret. He is a good pastor working in a very poor area. I thank God for these
and thousands of other leaders that it was my privilege to work with in Kenya.