This has been an exciting season for our outreach team. Come the 25th of August 2013, Mavuno will be starting not only a Mizizi class in 360 Estate, but will also be launching a kids club.
All these were in response to efforts by the outreach team, who have been hard at work preparing us as Mavuno to OCCUPY Hill City. Led by Pastors Grace Ndege and Thomas Omollo, the teams have been conducting outreach activities in the estates and universities in the Hill City area.
In the month of July, one of the areas they visited was 360 Estate in Athi River, a housing development of close to 200 superior homes. This time around, and in conjunction with Emergency Medical Teams (EMT), they conducted Continue reading
Download the prayer guide (Week 1 – AUG 5-10) / Week 2 – AUG 1-17 / Week 3 – AUG 18-24)
Is there an area of your life where you are desperate for God to come through for you? Is there one thing that you are trusting God for?
The words in the book of Jeremiah reminds us âI am the LORD, the God of all mankind. Is anything too hard for me?â (Jer. 32:27). Today God invites us to trust Him with our situations – both as individuals, and corporately as Mavuno.
Psalm 145:18-20 âThe LORD is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth. He fulfills the desires of those who fear him; he hears their cry and saves them. The LORD watches over all who love him, but all the wicked he will destroy.â
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We continue to celebrate God for His faithfulness towards us as Mavuno.
We have been on an incredible journey of preparing ourselves to relocate and settle into the land that God has given us. From February last year to date, the faithful giving of Gods people at Mavuno has been phenomenal.
This weekend, the 3rd and 4th of August 2013, we have our monthly GIFT WEEKEND. This is when Gods people bring their “Count Me In” (capital campaign) pledges into Gods house. We’d like to encourage each and every one of you to continue in being faithful. And remember, no gift is too small or too large. God responds to those who give in faith.
OUR “COUNT ME IN” FIGURES TO DATE
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My name is Frank Mutua, and this is my story.
I came to Mavuno in 2008 and I believed success in life had to do with being successful in the material things of life. To this purpose, I was successful. With this came a lot of the trappings of life, including women, going out and living for fun.
My first sermon at Mavuno was by Pastor Linda and was Players Of The Bible. Before then I never thought of myself Continue reading
Kavee Masila may be located all the way in Australia’s capital city Canberra, but that does not in any way hinder her from being the fearless influencer God has created her to be.
Kavee is a Mavunite who relocated to Australia a few years ago has independently launched and run four OMBI classes in Sydney and Canberra, and an additional Mizizi class in Sydney. Come the 26th of July 2013, she kicks off another brand new season of Mizizi in one of the world’s most secular countries.
Here’s a little bit regarding Continue reading
On the weekend of the 20th and 21st of July 2013, an extremely important announcement was made.
Pastor Anthony Mwaniki Shows a Copy Of The Title Deed
Mavuno Church are finally land-owners!! The title deed for Mavuno’s Hill City Campus has finally come out, and over the weekend we were able to celebrate together what God has been doing amongst us. To understand how critical this is for us as Mavuno, know our history:
1. 2005 - Mavuno church was planted in August 2005 at the South C Sports Club. There, we had our lowest level of security as we Continue reading
My name is Flavor Mang’ula. Life before Mavuno was very dull, very uninteresting. I thought I had it all and I did a lot of stuff I’m not proud of. By the time I came to Mavuno I think I had completely lost focus.
I ended up starting off Mizizi with a very amazing pack of people, and we have remained together up to this stage. When my Lifegroup first heard about this, we almost said no to church. But when Continue reading
On the weekend of 13-14 July 2013, and following the culmination of the “Name Your Campus” campaign, Mavuno Church was finally able to settle on a name for its’ Central campus.
For a number of years, the Campus at Belle Vue has been referred to as Central. As Mavuno continues to expand and plant more campuses, there is greater need to differentiate and brand each campus. The term ‘Central’ begins to lose meaning once multiple churches are planted, as ‘Central‘ is a very relative term. However Continue reading
‘It was in the 1800′s, and an old man was standing at the new railway station watching as the steam engine was starting to shoot puffs of steam up and into the air. He muttered under his breath to his companion, ‘They’ll never get it started. They’ll never get it started.’
Then the whistle blew and the powerful engine began to turn its wheels. The seemingly immovable monstrosity started to edge forward little by little until it picked up further speed, and before long the only evidence of its existence were the billowing puffs of smoke that could be faintly seen in the distance.
It was at that point that the old man Continue reading
Our Count Me In Story (As told by Vincent & Ciiru Kasule)
Having just relocated from Kampala to Mavuno, and living on a shoe-string budget, the idea of giving towards Mavuno’s capital campaign seemed ridiculous
We not only had wedding debt to offset, and significant family commitments to attend to (including healthcare and tuition for others), we were also transitioning from two salaries to one. Did we mention we were also expecting our first born child?
Yet as we began to talk about it, we were convinced we had to contribute, and we each committed to give a month’s salary towards this. Amazingly, as we listened to the faith stories of others, God began to Continue reading