Hi friends, I'm going to Kenya!
In June I'm going to Kenya to be part of a ministry team in Kibera.
Kibera is the name of a community located in Kenya. It is considered the largest favela (slum) in the world, with about 2.5 million inhabitants. And that's where I was invited to go with a team of 16 other revival friends I met during my study time at Bethel. The time there will be short but very intense, especially on account of being such a small team. I believe that God will once again surprise us and we will see many healings and people being saved.
On this trip we will be doing:
- 3 days of evangelistic crusade of cures and miracles for more than 10,000 people
- Evangelism and prayer for healing in favelas/slums, hospitals and prisons.
- Ministries in local churches
- Meeting with leaders of the Kenyan government
Come on, how did this happen:
For those who do not know, in 2014-2015 I did a year of supernatural ministry school at Bethel Church - California. The original program of the Bethel school is 3 years, but for various reasons I could not return and finish doing the other two. In fact, today I understand that God had other plans, and in those two years that I stayed here In Brazil I was able to serve my local church and help start Healing Rooms here and in other places in Brazil and also help in the implementation of a supernatural ministry school here in Volta Redonda, which is where I am living now.
Well, in my first year at Bethel I made friends with the most passionate group of people I could meet. We stayed connected during those years, and today they are part of the Bethel evangelism team and are graduating in the last year Of the school program.
In March of this year one of these people, Jonathan Chandra, came to Brazil to minister in my church and in some other places of the region and we experienced a move of God of wonderful healings, miracles and salvation! There were nearly 100 people saved in two weeks!
At that time I was invited to Kenya by Jonathan, who is leading the team to join those other 15 brave on this challenging journey!
I want first to thank everyone who is already part of my journey! You know who you are, I pray that God will continue to multiply in your life, we are a team and I love each one especially.
God never gave me any task or challenge that I was able to accomplish alone, from the beginning of my journey with Him my challenges were far greater than my ability to fulfill them, but I think God likes to do things like that.
For this trip there are some costs that need to be covered, I believe in the God who provides and I know that there are people with hearts willing to invest in what God is doing in other nations! So far the costs are:
Pro Kenya Pass $ 855.00 (US)
Kenya visa $51 (US)
Costs in Kenya, including stay, food, transportation and participation in the crusade are $500 plus $100 for miscellaneous items.
Any amount or form of help is welcome,
I believe that there will always be enough, and my prayer is that there is more than enough, not only to cover the expenses, but also to bring resources to bless a people that is so lacking in help.
Pray for me, for the processes of visas, for my safety and health, so that the power of God there may be manifested in a great way!
God bless you!