Coronavirus Plague Drives Prayer Ministry to Kenya’s Streets

Photo courtesy of Global Disciples.

A ministry team in eastern Kenya went from gathering in groups to praying in the street because of the pandemic. And they are seeing God move.

Kenya is a Christian-majority nation, but many of their people groups least-reached with the Gospel are in the eastern part of the country. Global Disciples exists to reach the least-reached with the good news of Jesus and grow disciples.

Global Disciples’ Barbara Gerhart tells the story of Sarah, one of their discipleship trainers from eastern Kenya. Sarah had a group ready to start ministry to the least-reached in their area, but then COVID-19 struck and they had to adjust their outreach plans.

“[Sarah] decided to set up a point where for a couple of hours they would be available,” Gerhart says. “People could come and have prayer with them. Her original intent was just a couple hours maybe once or twice a week.”

One older woman came to them with a cancerous tumor, and even though she was Muslim, she asked for prayer. A few days later, they found out God had completely healed this woman’s tumor.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Lyndsey Koh

CALL TO ACTION

  • Praise God for His movement in eastern Kenya!
  • Pray for Global Disciples’ ministry workers to reach more people with the Gospel.
  • Pray for Muslim peoples in eastern Kenya to come to faith in Jesus.