They came, they worked, they prayed, they OCCUPIED! Over 600 people ( inclusive of children) came on Occupation Day held on 1st June 2013 on our land in Mlolongo. Energy on the day was at another level and so was the unity displayed by the Mavuno family. Trees were planted and in future some will watch them grow and claim they were part of this historical day. If you missed out or just want a reminder of the day, Click HERE to watch the highlights; Enjoy!
Count Me In Desk
This past weekend our giving was Ksh 1,558,873.65 which puts the total Count Me In contributions to date at Ksh 119,967,288.80.
Psalms 127:1 states ” Unless the Continue reading
Giving for the past two weeks in June was Ksh6,678,495 and this, to the glory of God, puts the total Count Me In contributions at Continue reading
Dear Fearless Influencer,
What an exciting time to be writing to you!
As a community we have experienced some hugely historic days over the past few years. From our first service way back in 2005 at the South C Sports Club to the days when numerous Mavunites came out in their numbers to prepare Belle Vue and make it habitable, to the starting of our various campuses locally and internationally, including in Berlin.
Each of these have played a huge role in making Mavuno what it is today – the home of the fearless. And now, come June 1st 2013, one of our most Continue reading
Last week contributions for Count-Me-In were Ksh 3,900,138.20 and this puts our total at Ksh 110,641,320.75. To those who have sacrificed towards building our headquarters for global change, may God honor the sacrifices you have made!
As we continue the count-down to OUR MOVE, our prayer and encouragement is for all Mavunites to be involved in whatever way God impresses upon their hearts. Let’s press on until this vision becomes a reality – all to the glory and honor of God’s name.
This past Sunday’s sermon was a continuation of the parenting series – Building Oaks of Righteousness. This is being done by Pastor Oscar together with his wife Pastor Beatrice. Last week Pastor Oscar mentioned that at one point we all become parents to someone and we find this especially true in the context of the extended family which is held in high regard in Africa. This series has therefore been very insightful to both current and future parents. Continue reading
The morning of Saturday 27th April 2013 saw some Mavuno pastors and associates heading towards 360 Apartments in Syokimau in order to conduct first-aid training to mothers and house-helps at the estate. This was an initiative from a group of Fearless Mavunites known as Siyokimau moms with the involvement of Pastors Cynthia Otieno and Jade Gichuri who serve in the Greenhouse and Life groups department respectively.
Pastor Grace Ndege, the team leader for this outreach event, put together a team responsible for making sure that all critical areas were adequately covered to ensure success. The event saw 120 residents from the estate in attendance – 90 adults and 30 children. Glory be to God as 20 children accepted Jesus as their Lord and personal savior! Additional successes for the day included sign-ups for LEA by some 360 Apartment residents who volunteered to recruit others for this parenting class. This outreach event, though need-based, further confirmed that God has already gone ahead of us in Mlolongo and that indeed the harvest is plentful!
The next event in Mlolongo and its surrounds is the ground-breaking ceremony of our land which is scheduled for 1st of June 2013 so mark your calendars!
Many participated in the gift weekend which took place on the 27-28th of April 2013. With all gratitude and humility it is with great pleasure to announce that the total contributions received now stand at KES107, 556,182.55.
Though we soldier on in building our headquarters for global change -for this far we have come we are thankful to God and to all who are partnering with us on this journey.
Our prayer is that God shows His steadfast love and faithfulness to all who have given in prayer, service and financially until He sees His work to completion.
Lately I have been winning battles left and right
But even winners can get wounded in the fight
People say I’m amazing strong beyond my years
They don’t see inside of me I’m hiding all these tears
They don’t know that I go running home when I fall down
They don’t know who picks me up when no one is around
I drop my sword and cry for just a while
For deep inside this armor the warrior is a child
My name is Wendy Masale and this is my count me in Story.
MY MAVUNO EXPERIENCE?
A close friend introduced me to Mavuno, at a time when I was wounded and had just come out of a bad relationship and was struggling with bitterness and unforgiveness. Through Mavuno God really spoke to me and healed me from those wounds. I then did Mizizi and became an LG leader/coach, an experience that has stretched me and made me grow. Now I serve in Simama, as I am passionate to reach out to others who have gone through what I have gone through. Mavuno really does have a special place in my heart.
Every time I walk into church, I find it extremely relevant and realize I feel challenged to move to the next level of faith. I have enjoyed walking with my LG, my second family where I have gotten and grown in accountability.
WHEN I HEARD ABOUT COUNT ME IN
I first heard about the move in January 2012 when I attended a Leaders’ meeting. I knew that God had spoken Continue reading