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Kitale, Kenya Watchmen Pastors

“But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?” 1 John 3:17
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Watchmen Leaders in Kitale, Kenya began to meet in 2020 on a regular basis with Pastor Tonny Ndiema, Pastor Moses Kwanuti, and Pastor Nathan Mwanzi. They have no personal transportation, so meeting together is difficult since they are not near each other. They are believing for motor bikes. Below are photos of each of these Pastors families. Funds are needed for basic necessities such as clean water, food, shelter, medicine, and financial aid for their children to attend school. Since the Covid virus, life has become much harder for all of them, losing their jobs, but they are still preaching the gospel. Nikirk Ministries has sent funds to all three of the pastors for many needs, a few are listed below. These three pastors have been faithful prayer warriors, and I am blessed to have them as my spiritual sons and that they call me Mama! 
Apostle Susan Nikirk
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Watchmen Leaders in Kitale, Kenya began to meet in 2020 on a regular basis with Pastor Tonny Ndiema, Pastor Moses Kwanuti, and Pastor Nathan Mwanzi. They have no personal transportation, so meeting together is difficult since they are not near each other. They are believing for motor bikes. Below are photos of each of these Pastors families. Funds are needed for basic necessities such as clean water, food, shelter, medicine, and financial aid for their children to attend school. Since the Covid virus, life has become much harder for all of them, losing their jobs, but they are still preaching the gospel. Nikirk Ministries has sent funds to all three of the pastors for many needs, a few are listed below. These three pastors have been faithful prayer warriors, and I am blessed to have them as my spiritual sons and that they call me Mama! 
Apostle Susan Nikirk
Pastor Tonny Ndiema & his three sons
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Pastor Tonny Ndiema has three churches working under him. He has been married for 22 years and has three sons. Unfortunately another son died by drowning in a pond, which has been very painful to experience. Two of his sons are in high school and one is in grade school, the fees are difficult. Parents must pay for the food, uniforms, shoes, books, and exams. Nikirk Ministries has sent funds for their schooling, but much more is needed. Recently, the community well where they get their water from has dried up. Pastor Tonny’s wife walks three miles to get water from the river which is not clean. They are believing The Lord for the funds to build their own well.
Pastor Tonny Ndiema & his three sons
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Pastor Tonny Ndiema has three churches working under him. He has been married for 22 years and has three sons. Unfortunately another son died by drowning in a pond, which has been very painful to experience. Two of his sons are in high school and one is in grade school, the fees are difficult. Parents must pay for the food, uniforms, shoes, books, and exams. Nikirk Ministries has sent funds for their schooling, but much more is needed. Recently, the community well where they get their water from has dried up. Pastor Tonny’s wife walks three miles to get water from the river which is not clean. They are believing The Lord for the funds to build their own well.
Pastor Moses Kwanuti & his family
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Pastor Moses Kwanuti oversees five churches in Kenya. He has five children and one adopted child. Last year Pastor Moses Kwanti’s house was flooded. Funds were sent to help with a rental apartment for the family. Pastor Moses wrote: “I live by faith I don’t have a permanent job; before the pandemic I was working as an assistant teacher in a private school, but until now the country is still in lockdown so no payment. Since my house collapsed I bake bricks to earn my income and also have poultry hens that earn eggs and sell others.”  We sent funds to help restore his house and for his older son who was sick to get medicine.
Pastor Moses Kwanti & his family
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Pastor Moses Kwanuti oversees five churches in Kenya. He has five children and one adopted child. Last year Pastor Moses Kwanti’s house was flooded. Funds were sent to help with a rental apartment for the family. Pastor Moses wrote: “I live by faith I don’t have a permanent job; before the pandemic I was working as an assistant teacher in a private school, but until now the country is still in lockdown so no payment. Since my house collapsed I bake bricks to earn my income and also have poultry hens that earn eggs and sell others.”  We sent funds to help restore his house and for his older son who was sick to get medicine.
Pastor Nathan Mwanzi & his family
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Pastor Nathan Mwanzi has a local church, a praise and worship ministry where he writes songs, and reaches out with evangelism. He earned a living by farming which mainly was poultry, but last year he became very ill and had to sell his chickens in order to get money to pay for his medical bills. His nine year old daughter, Glorious Praise had been in much pain, suffering from  Elephantiasis, and she also needed a hernia operation. The hospital costs were $5000, Nikirk Ministries sent funds to cover most of these medical costs. Also his children’s school fees are difficult to maintain. Pastor Nathan completed the Watchmen School and is praying to start the first school in Kenya. We believe this school will reach many people and change their lives.
Pastor Nathan Mwanzi & his family
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Pastor Nathan Mwanzi has a local church, a praise and worship ministry where he writes songs, and reaches out with evangelism. He earned a living by farming which mainly was poultry, but last year he became very ill and had to sell his chickens in order to get money to pay for his medical bills. His nine year old daughter, Glorious Praise had been in much pain, suffering from  Elephantiasis, and she also needed a hernia operation. The hospital costs were $5000, Nikirk Ministries sent funds to cover most of these medical costs. Also his children’s school fees are difficult to maintain. Pastor Nathan completed the Watchmen School and is praying to start the first school in Kenya. We believe this school will reach many people and change their lives.
Kenya’s Water and Sanitation Crisis
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With a population of 50 million, 32 percent of Kenyans rely on unimproved water sources, such as ponds, shallow wells and rivers, while 48 percent of Kenyans lack access to basic sanitation solutions. Now more than ever access to safe water is critical to the health of families in Kenya so they can prepare and protect themselves from the COVID-19 pandemic and other diseases.
Water pathogens are a huge health problem in Kenya, as the people have been left unprotected against sporadic epidemics such as cholera and parasitic worms. The rate of exposure is extremely high because the water is not only contaminated at the basins and pumps where water is collected but the containers are almost always “found,” second-hand objects, often previously used for oil, fertilizer or wastes.
The picture shown here is the borehole, where Pastor Nathan’s family gets their water from, and the container they use. Our ministry is hoping to either buy some type of water filters for each family or funds to purchase filtered, purified water. Please donate to help these families in providing clean water.
Kenya’s Water and Sanitation Crisis
PHOTO-2021-08-15-12-44-21
With a population of 50 million, 32 percent of Kenyans rely on unimproved water sources, such as ponds, shallow wells and rivers, while 48 percent of Kenyans lack access to basic sanitation solutions. Now more than ever access to safe water is critical to the health of families in Kenya so they can prepare and protect themselves from the COVID-19 pandemic and other diseases.
Water pathogens are a huge health problem in Kenya, as the people have been left unprotected against sporadic epidemics such as cholera and parasitic worms. The rate of exposure is extremely high because the water is not only contaminated at the basins and pumps where water is collected but the containers are almost always “found,” second-hand objects, often previously used for oil, fertilizer or wastes.
The picture shown here is the borehole, where Pastor Nathan’s family gets their water from, and the container they use. Our ministry is hoping to either buy some type of water filters for each family or funds to purchase filtered, purified water. Please donate to help these families in providing clean water.