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Meet the young Kenyan pastor with a vibrant church in USA

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Pastor Kariuki

Pastor Evans Kariuki of Eternal Life Harvest Centre is currently changing lives in the United States thanks to his church ministry.

Unlike most young men who would prefer to venture into other well paying careers: Evans Kariuki, a firebrand is using his heavenly gift of preaching to spread the word of the Lord around.

His Firebrand ministry has created a platform for him to reach out to both the young and old. Apart from running his ministry in the United States, pastor Kariuki has also been moving to different countries where he uses his ministry to reach out to many.

Pastor Kariuki

Youthful pastor

Judging from his social media pages, it is clear to that he also has a huge online following that admires his work. Being young has also made it easy for him to relate with the youth in his church.

Apart from running this successful ministry pastor Kariuki also happens to be a an award-winning author and world traveler who enjoys meeting people from different backgrounds and cultures!

Pastor Evans and Ashley Kariuki are two ministers of God on a quest to bring about the power, presence and purposes of God into the earth.

Ashley, a native of Knoxville, TN USA and Evans a native of Nairobi, Kenya, Africa, the two set out on this journey together heading Jesus Is Alive Ministries USA with the blessing of the headquarter ministry Jesus Is Alive Ministries – Nairobi Kenya under founder and Bishop, Dr. Margaret Wanjiru.

JIAM USA is one of four international branches of Jesus Is Alive Ministries throughout the world. Evans and Ashley maintain a standard of excellence in life, family and in ministry. Both are graduates of Valor Christian College (formerly World Harvest Bible College) where both received ordination into ministry.

Most recently Pastor Evans and Ashley both received Masters Degrees; Pastor Evans from The Ohio State University and Ashley Kariuki from Liberty University.

The focus of JIAM USA is simply put as 3G – GO, GET, GROW. By awakening firebrands for God, it is essential to send them out as Jesus declared in the great commission of Mathew 28:19

Secondly there must be a compelling draw for them to come in accordance to Luke 14:23. This is accomplished through meeting the needs of those we encounter spiritually and physically.

Finally, we must make disciples of them all, by raising up Holy Ghost filled, Biblical based, and Gospel dominated churches and bodies of believers. Doing all this according to the Great Commission and in the name of Jesus.

You can easily reach out to the pastor through;

Instagram: Evans Kariuki
Facebook: Evans Kariuki
Twitter: Firebrandnation
Youtube: Firebrandnation

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Marijuana worth KSh 4.5 million torched in Nyando 

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BY KEVIN KOECH

1.5 tonnes of bhang estimated at approximately Sh4.5 million was burnt in Nyando sub county by police officers.

While presiding over the destruction, Nyando OCPD Leonard Matete said police officers nabbed the banned substance along Kisumu-Nairobi road.

After a rigorous court process, the Police were given the go-ahead to destroy the stash in full glare of the public as a testament against drug trafficking.

Matete thanked members of the public who tipped the police off, enabling them to impound the consignment which originated from Busia, along the Kenya-Uganda border.

He urged residents to keep reporting incidents and leads and on its part, the police would continue to be vigilant along the highway to make more arrest of offende

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VIDEO: DP Ruto says he was ‘offered a woman with three kids’ in Meru but said NO!

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During his weekend campaign tour in Embu on Sunday, Deputy President William Ruto revealed that he had been promised a woman with three kids in Meru, an offer he declined.

“Ngojeni niwape stori,” he said at Kubukubu in Embu amid cheering by a large crowd whhich had literally blocked the Embu Kiritiri road in order to listen to him and his entourage.

“Nikiwa Meru, waliniambia nilale huko, na wakaahidi kunipatia msichana. Shida ilikuwa kwamba walisema watanitafutia msichana ako na watoto watatu …. eti kwa sababu mimi ni mtu mwenye shughuli nyingi, yani wanataka nisaidiwe kazi ingine halafu kazi yangu ni ya kulea watoto tu na kuwasomesha,” he said to wild cheers.

Ruto  made an extensive tour of Meru County and Embu on Saturday  and Sunday days after the police cleared his Nyamira fundraiser suspended over concerns on breach of peace.

While inj Embu, Ruto said he has no problem with who leads the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), but urged all participants to prepare to accept the final results.

He said the outcome of the 2022 polls would be decided by Kenyans and not the Chairman or the Commissioners of the IEBC.

“Anyone can assume the leadership of the Commission. We are ready and have confidence in our independent institutions,” said Ruto, when he addressed a rally in Embu Town on Sunday.

The remarks follow the National Assembly’s approval of the IEBC (Amendment) (No.3) Bill 2019, which gives the Parliamentary Service Commission majority four slots in the seven-member panel to appoint electoral commissioners.

A local newspaper, The Standard reported Saturday that “Uhuru, Raila outwit Ruto in race to control IEBC”.

“They can fix any chairman or commissioner they want for the IEBC. But they must accept the outcome of the results,” Ruto said.

The Bill passed by the National Assembly last week was largely interpreted to mean President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga will have a say in who becomes the next IEBC Commissioners because their allies hold key positions in the House.

Procedurally, President Kenyatta is required to pick names from a list presented by the selection panel and forward it to Parliament.

 

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Moses Kuria claims Raila is too old to succeed Uhuru

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Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has claimed that ODM leader Raila Odinga is too old to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta once his second and final term comes to an end in 2022.

Speaking during a public address, Kuria took them back to the first President of the Republic of Kenya, the late former President Jomo Kenyatta who left the mantle to a younger and youthful person to lead the country which was the late former President Daniel Moi.

He added that Moi then later left the position to the retired President Mwai Kibaki who later left the leadership to Uhuru.

He stated that the same pattern should continue in the next general election.

“Jomo alikuwa mzee kuliko Moi, Moi alikuwa mzee kuliko Kibaki, akaachia Kibaki, Kibaki alikuwa mzee kuliko Uhuru akaachia Uhuru.

“Jameni Uhuru anaeza achia mtu mzee kuliko yeye jameni? Inawezekana? Hio ni mambo ya hesabu na si hesabu kubwa ni hesabu ya class two,” he said.

He went on to ask Raila Odinga not to campaign for the Presidential seat again and just retire peacefully if he wants to leave a legacy.

He added that if he does that, everyone will give him respect.

“Ndio mimi naambia huyu rafiki yangu Raila Odinga jameni kama unataka kuwacha rekodi na histroia Kenya hii, si ustaafu polepole kwasababu hio msimu imekupita. Aende nyumbani na sisi tutampatia heshima yake,” he added.

Kuria dismissed the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report saying that it was ridiculous to change the Constitution so that it could help those who would lose in the elections.

He added that the ODM leader was only taking Kenyans in circles in his push for constitutional amendments through the BBI.

Raila has been at the forefront of pushing for the support of the BBI report explaining that it is the only way the country will deal with issues such as ethnicity, illiteracy and poverty.

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