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A GATHERING OF EAGLES
For Strategic Warfare & Intercession
at
Centro Cristiano Vino Nuevo
60 Fir Ave.
Bear, DE 19720
Friday, March 21, 2008
From 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. (Fri) Hour of Fellowship
9:00 p.m. Friday – 6:00 a.m. Saturday
9 Hours of Spirit-Led Praise and Worship
No Agenda
Local and regional intercessors will be joined by a network
of intercessors from Kenya and other African nations,
who have prayer assignments for Delaware,
our nation and the world.
As the Lord expands the corporate anointing
over the Gathering
bring the portion He has given you.
Together we will seek His Face
that we may hear from Heaven
and declare His Kingdom here upon the earth
And I will give them one heart and one purpose:
to worship me forever, for their own good and
the good of all their descendants. Jeremiah 32:39
For more information or to share insights, contact:
Norman Frederick
Steve Kamau
302-383-6056
302-559-6967
Email:

 

 

 

 

 

Voices of Hope Community Church
Dear Friend:
Receive much greetings in Jesus name. As you all know, the harvest is plenty but the laborers are few. I’m calling up you my brother/sister to partner with Voices of Hope Community church in reaching out to the immigrant community from all over the world that are living in Metro Atlanta area. We are kindly inviting you to help us raise funds for a church van. this van will help the church to transport church members to and from the church every Sunday. Most of our members do not have means of transportation and your help will be a blessing in this area of ministry. The fund raising event will be on:
Date: Saturday, March 29, 2008
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Venue: Rehoboth Baptist Church
International Mission Center
2997 Lawrenceville Highway
Tucker, Georgia 30084
Incase your schedule will not allow you to be with us that day, you can send your donation to: Voices of Hope Community Church
7099 Fruitwood Ct.
Lithonia, Georgia 30058
Your presence, prayers, and contribution will be a blessing to us. May our lord bless you mightily as you prepare to plant a seed for His glory.
Your co-workers in God’s vineyard,
Pr. Peter Nganga Kiarie & Elizabeth Nganga
Tel: 404-790-0368 or 404-790-0369
(Drive to the back of the building and use the glass door on your left)

 

We give God Glory for the
Great Things He has done!

We invite you to the debriefing for our recent mission to Kenya and Tanzania. The Lord moved
mightily and we will share the details of our strategic assignment with you, as we gather to
celebrate our safe homecoming and victory in the Lord.

We will release key insights and revelation regarding Kenya’s recent political unrest and the peace
deal; the Kenya-Obama connection and its relevancy to the upcoming U.S. Presidential election and
revelation concerning Africa’s role in the end-time move of God.

Please join us as we greet the Mission Team and celebrate all that the Lord has done.
All are welcome! Details to join us are below.

Blessings,
Apostle Charlotte Phillips
Glory Center Ministries International

Copyright © 2008. Glory Center Ministries International. All rights reserved.
PO Box 1263, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117 Phone: (410) 580-1533 – [email protected]
Debriefing and Celebration
Thursday, March 20, 2008
7:00 p.m.
(light hospitality served immediately following)
Zion Ministries

4219 Buckskin Lake Drive,
Ellicott City, Maryland 21042
(410) 531-5272

 

The Late Samuel Githiabii

 

Boston, MA
March 11, 2008

Dear Kenyans and Friends,

It’s with profound sorrow that we relay the sad news of the passing away of our dear brother, father and friend Samuel Githiabii, popularly known as ‘Sam Mrefu’, member of the Kenyan community in Boston MA.

Sam was driving westbound on the MassPike on Sunday March 9 at about 8 PM , when he complained of a headache to his two friends who were riding with him .As per witness reports , Sam tried to pull over the car to the side of the highway and in so doing hit a guardrail. Sam exited his vehicle to check on the damage when he accidentally tipped over and fell into the frigid Sudbury River. A massive search effort conducted by State Police divers led to his body being recovered the next day , Monday, March 10 th, 2008.

Sam is survived by his loving parents Ephraim Gitonga and Mary Wangui both of Thika. He also leaves behind his four year old son Joseph Ndungu (JoJo), his sister Cecilia Jemimah Njeri, brother Francis Gitonga, sister-in-law Hellen Kibuika, nephew Gabriel Gitonga all of Boston, MA and brothers Lawrence Muthoga and John Mwangi of Thika and friends from both Thika, Kenya, and in the USA.

Friends and family are meeting daily for prayers at 8pm 61 Ingalls Street, Lynn MA 01902.

Related News
MSNBC
The Boston Channel

Donations to help out with the final funeral expenses can be sent to

Francis Gitonga
Bank of America , Account # 004620094560

For more Info, Contact the following

Patrick Kaba : 781-521-0903
Owen Njuguna :781-983-5472

or call 781-598-8329

 

Divers recover body of a Kenyan man who fell in Sudbury River
Report from FRAMINGHAM,Massachusetts says that Divers have recovered the body of a Kenyan man who fell into the frigid Sudbury River from the nearby Massachusetts Turnpike.
A spokesman for Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone said Monday the remains of Samuel Githiabii were found about a quarter mile from where he fell into the river.
Corey Welford says it appears the 30-year-old man had pulled over due to an undisclosed medical problem that he was experiencing Sunday night.
His vehicle hit the guardrail before he got out of the car and fell into the river.
Other passengers were in the car. Investigators don’t believe foul play was involved.
THE LATE DR. MWANGI KARANGU

 

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the promotion to glory of Dr. Mwangi Karangu on March 10th, 2008.
Prior to his demise he was a distinguished professor of economics and statistics at Morgan State University, Baltimore Maryland and at Coppin State University where he was an adjunct professor.
Over his lifetime Dr Karangu made immense contribution to his Kenyan/Africa community as well as other minority groups. Dr Karangu cherished the value of education and was vocal in encouraging young minds to pursue education to the highest echelon of academia. He is credited to have been directly and indirectly involved in bringing a lot of Kenyans to the USA to further their education. Dr Karangu wore many hearts, namely: father, grandfather, teacher, mentor, counselor, elder, role model and community leader.

 

People are meeting daily for prayers and funeral arrangements at: 2353 Hamiltowne Circle, Baltimore Maryland 21237.

Any financial assistance towards the cost of the repatriation of the body to Kenya will be much appreciated and can be paid to:
Account Name: Anna Karangu or James Karangu
Bank: Municipal Employees Credit Union (MECU)
Routing number: 252076468
Account No: 85545
May God rest his precious soul in eternal peace.
The Viewing of the body will be on the Friday March 14th 2008 at Vaughn C Greene funeral home 4905 York Rd Baltimore MD between 3.00 pm to 9.00pm
There will be a Fundraiser on Thursday13th of March 2008 at 6:00 at 2353 Hamiltowne Circle, Baltimore Maryland 21237. (James Karangu’s residence)
There will also be a Memorial Service on Saturday 15th of March 2008 at 10:00 am at the Rock City Church, 1607 Cromwell Bridge Rd, Baltimore MD 21286.

 

For further information you can also reach the following people:
  1. James Karangu 410 790-6411
  2. Mugo Gachucha 443 838-4802
  3. Steve Mwangi 443 621-0551
  4. Alan Kiguru 443804-5907
  5. Dr Nyaga 410 652-2214
  6. Dickson Kamau 443570-8680
  7. Abidah Wangui 410 736 2544
Websites:
www.diasporamessenger.com

 

 

 

 

A Foreign Policy Series Event

AFRICOM: Securing Peace and Advancing Security?

The new United States African Command, AFRICOM, was created on February 6, 2007 to address “the emerging strategic importance of Africa, …recognizing that peace and stability on the continent impacts not only Africans, but the interests of the US and international community as well.” Despite these goals, the US Department of Defense has been criticized for overstepping its boundaries by combining its military operations with diplomatic elements. Others hold that the security of many African states may be highly dependent on AFRICOM. Please join the Council and our panelists to discuss AFRICOM’s implications for the African continent.

Moderator
Sean McFate: Program Director, Bi-Partisan Policy Center
Panelists
Gayle Smith: Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress
Ambassador (ret) Mark Bellamy: Senior Fellow, Africa Program and International Security at CSIS
Major General Arnold Fields, USMC (ret): National Defense University

Wednesday, March 26th, 2008
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
University of California, Washington DC Center Auditorium
1608 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036

WACDC Members: $10 Non-Members: $15
Student/Interns Please Contact the Council for More Info

 

Jane Ogolla – Urgent need

 

 


 

 

Dear Kenyan Brothers and Sisters,
Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ. My names are Jane Ogolla, I am blind and currently residing in Washington DC and a student at a college here in DC.I am also a mother of four and I also house my elderly unwell mother .I am from Ugenya at Siaya in Nyanza province and last Friday on the 29th of February 2008, my father’s farm and house in Ugenya were burnt down by a neigbour who claimed that he was burning grass at his compound. The fire spread and burnt my father’s house including the sugar farm that he owns that has been his only source of livelihood.Currently,my father has been admitted to New Nyanza General Hospital and is ailing.Iam unemployed and I support my entire family with my disability check and I Urgently need your help so that I can send support back home for medical bills and rebuilding my father’s house. Please help me in whatever way you can and the Almighty will bless you. Please send your donations to;
Jane Ogolla,
1605 E St N.E Apt 2
Washington DC, 20002
or call me on 202-460-4570
Thank you and may God bless you.
Jane Ogolla

 

 

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The Late Raphael Karanga Keingatti

 

With gratitude to God we announce the passing of our brother, father and friend, Raphael Karanga Keingatti, after a brief illness.
Karanga was called by the Lord on Monday, March 3, 2008 at the University Hospital in Columbia, Missouri, U.S.A. He is survived by his wife, Mary and three children – Jude Keingatti (7), David Kimani (5) and Briana Nduta (3).
Friends and well wishers are meeting in Columbia for funeral arrangements.
A fund-raiser (Harambee) will be held at his residence (5011 Alpine Dr., Columbia, MO, 65202) on Saturday, March 8,2008 at 3:00 p.m., followed by another one the next Saturday (March 15, 2008).
Kindly send your donation to this Bank of America account number: 354003031308 (routing number 081000032). Checks should be made payable to Mary Keingatti and mailed to the residential address above. All donations shall go towards his funeral expenses, hospital bill and children’s welfare.
For further enquiries, please contact any member of the funeral committee listed here: Uche Onyebadi ([email protected]), Joseph Mwangi ([email protected]), Phillip Gitau (205-563-2917), Esther Njuguna (573-639-9410), Mary Keingatti (573-529-6214) and Loise Mumbi ([email protected]).

 

 

NANCY MUTHONI GICHUMBI
1st ANNIVERSARY
It is exactly one year since you left us and went to be with the Lord. Not a single day has gone by that we haven’t thought of you. We miss you so dearly, we miss your smile, laughter, and with the confidence you portrayed in life.
Our lives were change forever, and the gap your left can never be filled. Your fond memories keep us going. We know we shall meet again
You are fondly missed by your parents, brothers, sisters and all family and friends. The Gichumbi family would like to thank all our family and friends who stood beside us, gave their money and time so we send her back to Kenya. We would like to give our sincerest thanks to the KCFA Dc Chapter for all the time, prayers and financial support they provided for our family
May the Good Lord bless you abundantly.

 

 

Kenyan Man Shot, Killed In Essex
POSTED: 6:42 am EST March 4, 2008
A man was shot and killed in an apartment complex parking lot in Essex around 1 a.m. Tuesday.
Joram Shijenje, 34, died in the shooting, according to Baltimore County Police.
Authorities said they responded to the 1100 block of Tace Drive after they received calls from people who heard shots fired in the area.

 

A student with three jobs, Kenyan immigrant Joram Shijenje was searching for the American dream. But his life ended Tuesday morning with a bullet. Shijenje was murdered in front of his own home
He had just gotten off from work and was talking to his brother on a cell phone as he exited his car. “Then all of a sudden..hello?!…I couldn’t get hold of him.”

Joram’s brother Gilbert Imbayi heard a noise on the other end, but nothing from Joram. Just minutes later a friend called with the horrifying news—his brother was dead. Cpl. Mike Hill of the Baltimore County Police Department says they are searching for clues.

“Right now, no info, or motive for why anyone would have shot this man.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-LOCKUP.

Shijenje was pronounced dead at the scene.

 

THE LATE JORAM SHEJENJE
1974-2008
DEATH AND FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT
We regret to announce the untimely death of our beloved brother Mr Joram Shejenje. Joram died in the early morning of 03/04/2008 in the hands of assassins while on his way home from work.
Until his death, Joram lived in Baltimore, MD with his younger brother Gilbert. While alive, Joram was a hard working young man, easy going and dedicated to the works of God. He believed in the law of “Love thy neighbour as you love thy self.” A cheerful giver who didn’t hesitate to help people in need.
Family and friends are meeting daily at 6pm for prayers and funeral arrangements at the late Joram’s home at 1118 Tace Dr, APT 2A, Essex, MD 21221. For more information please contact:
Gilbert (Joram’s brother): Cell: 410-330-4322
Home: 410-878-6331
Malala: 443-690-8471
Kizito: 443-653-0509
Victor Elolo: 443-846-4100
Any financial assistance towards the cost of the repatriation of the body to Kenya will be much appreciated and can be paid to:
Account Name: Gilbert Imbayi
Bank: Bank of America
Routing number: 052001633
Account No: 446001730551

 

A VOTE OF THANKS
He who dwells in the secret place of the almighty shall abide under the shaddow of the almighty..Ps 91:1
Dear folks,
Both Kenyans and you dear international friends have prayed and cared about the horrible situation in Kenya
Now we see a ray of hope but let us not stop praying and hoping
May the Lord reward you.
May the Lord remember you in your hour of need and be merciful to you
May His face shine upon you and give you peace
Never under estimate the power of prayer
This word of wisdom fits us as kenyans
“If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging”
It is time to stop digging deep holes and trenches and start building the nation,Keep justice (Not Just Us) for all and love one another
Let us give our future generations hope.
Blessings
Bishop
Manasseh Mankuleiyo

 

Now let’s start having a dialogue of reconstruction
Dear Kenyans:
I have one question to ask you all. Now that both PNU and ODM have come to a consensus that
Kenya is ours (you and me) and that it must not be destroyed by their voluminous rage, how can
we as Kenyans abroad support Kibaki and Raila in the new mission to spring Kenya back to the
track of achieving the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)? Please now let’s start having a
dialogue of reconstruction. Any ideas are welcome. These goals are:
1. Reduce by half the proportion of people living on less than a dollar a day.
2. Ensure that all boys and girls complete a full course of primary schooling.
3. Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education preferably by 2005, and at all
levels by 2015.
4. Reduce by two thirds the mortality rate among children under five.
5. Halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS.
6. Reduce by half the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water.
7. Achieve significant improvement in lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers, by 2020.
8. Develop further an open trading and financial system that is rule-based, predictable and
non-discriminatory, includes a commitment to good governance, development and poverty reduction—
nationally and internationally.
Sincerely,
Akombo D.O. Akombo., Ph.D.

 

 

 

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Kenya Christian Fellowship In America:
12Th Annual Ladies Conference &
KCFA Women Ministers Sessions
Location: Ridgecrest, NC
Thursday April 10 to Sunday April 13, 2008
Register Online: www.kcfa.net
For Information Contact: Recording Secretary: Jacqueline: 919.696.4581 (NC)
Director: Rev. Wambui 229.382.4950
Registration Deadline: March 15, 2008 – Hurry! $65.00 Reg. Fee. Late Reg. Fee $10.00
THEME: JESUS: HOLY & EXALTED ONE: (Phillippians: 2:8-11)
CONFERENCE SPEAKERS
Prophetess Mwaka Twagirayesu, Dallas TX: She is from Zambia, educated in Kenya, married in Rwanda. She moves in the gifts of prophecy – come and find out why she truly is a lady of honor!
Pastor Judy Joram, Johannesburg, South Africa: She moves speedily in the gifts of the Holy Spirit and you will not want to miss this time with Judy. You will be filled with the Holy Spirit and Power during her sessions.
Rev. Nyambura Muthama, Lebanon, PA: Has the heart of a servant which is the sanctuary of God. She is the longest serving National Executive Board Member for KCFA as a 2nd Vice President and Director for Women’s Ministry for 8 years. She is in the KCFA Board of Trustees.
What Will Women Do?
Pray, Sing and Dance, Dress Up, Encourage, Strengthen and affirm faith and commitment to Jesus Christ, to our Families, to the Service of our Churches, Ministry, and to all people. We will sit under the ministry of the uncompromised Word of God. We have known that no matter what our circumstances there is POWER in PRAYER and in the WORD OF GOD.
ATTENDING: WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE; ALL DENOMINATIONS; ALL TRIBES FROM KENYA, & OUR INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS.
GUESTS: UNITED NATIONS AMBASSADOR (Ask Real Immigration Questions USA/Kenya and Get Real Answers). Also UN Mission TEAM TO RENEW KENYA PASSPORTS:We have workshops: Ladies 18+ Single, College & Career, Married, Divorced, Widow, Separated – You will be treated with Honor and Respect. You will be tremendously blessed! Register Online & Print your receipt or email: [email protected]; [email protected]©2008

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ARE YOU TRAVELING TO KENYA AND NEED CAR HIRE? CALL JOSPHAT WARUI OF – 503 515 3282 OR E-MAIL-[email protected]

 

 

 

 

Simon Peter Karanja (Kijana Wa Yesu)
Desperate call for Help for Simon Peter Karanja (Kijana Wa Yesu)
Many of you will remember our Brother and Minister Simon Peter Karanja
popularly known as Kijana Wa Yesu. He was the founder of Repentance
Ministry in the early 1970s and thereafter he founded other ministries.
This man in is early years was an icon of the revival that swept across
our country. He was a great source of encouragement to many of us who were
growing up in the Lord at that time. The anointing of God upon his life
changed many of us and challenged us to love the Lord even more.
Around year 2000, Simon was diagnosed with diabetes. It has become really
very bad and recently it brought Glaucoma which has contributed to the
loosing of his sight in both eyes. He cannot drive, he cannot write or
read, and he cannot even use his phone as he cannot read any phone number.
He cannot live by himself and is being housed by a good Samaritan. His
situation is critical.
I spoke to him this evening and from the sound of his voice, Simon is dire
need of our prayers and support. His house rent, car payments among other
bills are all in arrears. His only daughter here is in school in Arizona.
I¢m writing to you this e-mail on a compassionate basis on behalf of our
brother Simon. We need to help him where we can while he is alive. We may
not and cannot alleviate all his sufferings and needs but we can make a
small difference and bring a smile in his heart in the midst of all his
sufferings. Please if you feel compassionate enough to make a difference,
let me know and will give you his phone number to call him directly.
Please remember Simon in your prayers and lets help in one way or another.
Please pass this e-mail to many brethren who may know Simon Peter Karanja.
Pastor Jackson Kingori
FOR MORE DETAILS,CONTACT DIASPORAMESSENGER.COM

 

 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENT
Following the death the Brother Samuel Karanja, Pastor Geoffrey Gatambia’s brother-in-law in Boston USA, family friends, and sympathizers are meeting for prayers on Friday March 28, 2008 at Pastor Gatambia’s house; 705 Castlewood Place, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774.
The late Samuel Karanja is survived by his wife Mary and three children.
For further information and directions please call Pastor Julia Tchamambe at 703-994-7628.

 

 

 

Greetings Pastors, Brothers and Sisters in Christ

The Pastoral Staff together with the Swahili Ministries are inviting each of you and your families to join us this Friday, March 28th from 7:30 p.m. at Word of Life (WOL) for a SPECIAL time of PRAISE, WORSHIP AND PRAYER. God has been moving in such an unprecedented way at WOL and we would like you to be a part of the Supernatural outpouring of the Holy Spirit in our midst. Isaiah 43:18,19 says, “Do not remember the former things, nor the things of old, for behold I am doing a New thing, now it shall spring forth; shall you not know it? I will make a road in the wilderness and springs in the desert”.

The Swahili Ministries under the Leadership of Pastor Josiah Kambutu is given the opportunity to lead the Prayer Meeting the third Friday of every month and even to extend the Prayer Meeting time to Midnight; we thank God for this privilege because we know that it is God’s desire that we come together in One accord all cultures, races, ethnic groups and backgrounds to pray without ceasing. We look forward to seeing you and your families at Prayer Meeting this Friday and may God bless you richly.

It’s my pleasure to serve,

Gillian Fontaine
On behalf of the Swahili Ministry
Address:
Word of Life Assembly of God,
5225 Backlick Road
Springfield VA 22151
703 941 2312

For more information contact Pastor Josiah – 703 635 5000

 

 

 

 

 

FRIENDS & BRETHREN IN DELMAVA-DC AREA
INVITATION
Greetings in the matchless Name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Ministers and members of the House of His Glory International are pleased to invite you for an Easter Evening Experience service.
This unique moment is carefully prayed, planned and purposed to take you to ‘higher ground’ spiritually.
It has happened before, it will happen again! Come prepared to worship with an open heart.
We look forward to see you on
Sunday March 23rd, 2008
At Maryland City at 3:00 PM
Address: 3400 Fort Meade Rd, Laurel MD 20724
Ancient Israel was called to go up. They refused to go up and were condemned to wilderness wandering for…… how long?
The apostles in the early church were commanded to go up and when they did; the Spirit fell upon all of them.
You too are called to go up. Will you go up or go down?
“A christian cannot stand still and not backslide”.
Directions to the venue:
From Baltimore and points north take BALT/WASH PKWY towards / BWI /Washington ( state highway 295 south), take MD 198W exit/ Fort Meade Laurel road, drive approx 0.9 miles look for Ramada Inn on the right the building is 3400.
From Silver spring and points west, take I-495E/CAPITAL BELTWAY toward College Park. Merge onto I-95N, exit 27 toward Baltimore. Merge onto MD 198E via exit 33A toward Laurel, arrive at Maryland city plaza make a U-TURN onto 198W the building 3400 is on the right across from shoppers.
Coming from points east or south of Lanham / New Carrolton you may take I-495N/I-95N/CAPITAL BELTWAY towards College Park. Take BALT/WASH PKWY NORTH exit, Exit 22A toward Baltimore. Merge onto MD 295 via left exit toward BALT/WASH PKWY/ going to Baltimore/BWI. Take MD 198W/ Laurel Fort Meade Rd towards Laurel. After approx 1 mile arrive at Maryland city plaza. the venue (3400) is on your right.
For further information call:
Cathrine (301) 326 8825; or
Jane (240) 441 0916; or
Benard (443) 739 7714.
Days before date (301) 218 0558
Thank you

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