Kibera

Rally

Kibera

Public Rally

Kaloby

Church Session

Event

Youth

Certification

Students

Graduation

Personal Evangelism

This is a program whereby we encourage the trained ETS and former Nuru employees to take an active role in introducing Nuru programs to the unreached and at the end we work towards referring them to church ministers who at the end counsel and engage them in church activities

Evangelism Training (ETS)

• This is mainly a LHM program that we use the five modules manual in our trainings; however we internalize it and localize according to the audience and the locality we have the training.

Youth Programs

• The purpose of Project JOEL is to provide Christian guidance to youth who are still in school to help them make healthy decisions in their lives. These programs educate youth from a Christian perspective on the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse

Booths/Fairs

This is the program whereby we engage the Lutheran choirs to do evangelism in prisons and their church neighbor hood. We meet with choir leadership and come up with strategies of doing evangelism within their neighbor hood and also assign each choir a prison to visit.

The story is about Rehama Wanjiku

Rhema has practiced prostitution since her early teens, a vice she was introduced by friends due to their extreme poverty condition in the slums of Kibera. Rehama profess Islam though she was not practicing it. Her parents were very poor to meet their family basics needs pitting her and her other siblings to start the life of survival at a tender age. Nobody from her other relatives seemed to care of their welfare but only condemned them as ‘ kafirs” ( a Muslim word for pagan)because of their lifestyle.

She felt that Allah had cursed and condemned her family to abject poverty and its seemed that their fate was already sealed. She turned into prostitution to make ends meet but even in that she felt a deep void  in her heart. She did like her job but she had no otherwise. She was introduced to Nuru by one of her colleges and was welcomed to the monthly fellowships. After attending to three consecutive months, she was convicted of the Spirit to faith. 

Despite the challenges of life, Rehema has found solace in Christ a fact that she testifies with her friend. We can see the joy of the Lord in her life and her willingness to learn more about her new-found faith. “My former religion condemned me as ‘najsi’ (defiled) according to sharia laws but Christ has accepted me Just the way I am.” She remarked

We cannot share her picture to protect her privacy.

Success Stories

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