Self-reliance In the Orthodox Church of Kenya.
By The grace of God and his mercy. I met with Our Beloved Bishop HG Athanasius Akunda of Kisumu Kenya,to discuss several issues among them mission development in education and philanthropy. Several issues of progress arose. We hope and pray that the blessings of our Lord shall poor unto the Kenyan church and result in great development and massive evangelism and conversions. pray for us all.
The church is facing major challenges especially spiritual with the greatest need being establishment of monasteries, convents primary,secondary and tertiary schools in the church. Also a major concern is self sustenance of the Kenyan Church. currently the Kenyan church as a whole depends entirely 99% on donations from abroad. There is need to channel this resources into income generating activities to ensue that in future the Kenya Church can have and generate local resources to cater for her needs.
Kindly, if you are reading this article and you would like to support the mission work of HG Bishop Athanasios Akunda, write to me an email here: email@example.com I will give you the bishops direct line or Email so that you can discuss the matter with him.you can also follow him through his Facebook profile that i tagged in the second sentence. There is much space for missionaries and even for volunteers to work with our beloved Bishop.
I would also like to request all of you to support the ongoing mission activities at St Barnabas Orthodox Orphanage & School where we have over 175 vulnerable children, we provide food, shelter ,clothing and education to them in light of them becoming self reliant adults. please find it worth to give part of yourself and part of what God has given you to this children. 1$ can feed one child for a whole day. 35$ take care of a child for a whole month, 175$ will feed the whole orphanage for a day. 5000$ will feed the whole Orphanage for a month. no amount is small. to donate visit our website here: www.orthodoxmissionkenya.org.
God bless you all.
In Christ service,
FR Methodius Abbah JM Kariuki