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We are praying for Paul and Meg Mutinda in Kenya, Africa. We lost contact with Paul during the last part of 2019, but in January, were able to reestablish communication with him.

Paul is professor of Bible studies at Daystar Christian University in Nairobi, Kenya, in Northeastern Africa. He joined the African Inland Church and immediately took a leadership role there, starting many new churches in the rural areas north of Nairobi.

Paul has been extremely effective in building new churches in Kenya. He started the African Inland Church, Daystar near the campus of the university 3 years ago. It grew to over 160 before he released it to those he trained to take it over.

The Mutinda’s latest effort is a church planting called African Inland Church, Maranatha. He began with one other couple last November, 2018. Now they are between 30 and 40 attending each Sunday. He purchased a large tent as a meeting place. Unfortunately, local neighbors complained about having a church near them, so Paul moved the tent to his own property for now. While they lost some members during the move, they are again at 30-45 each Sunday.

At the same time, Paul remains active in his other area of ministry at Daystar University where he prepares students in the department of theology and pastoral studies . He says this area is especially fruitful in the small groups where he meets the students at a personal level.

Please pray with us for Paul and Meg :

--For Paul’s continued effectiveness, teaching the Bible at Daystar University and working with students in small groups.

--For Paul’s students, that they would correctly receive the Bible knowledge and doctrine being presented by Paul.

--For the Holy Spirit’s guidance and the Lord’s provision for Paul’s Maranatha church planting . We pray for a new location for a great church where Christ will be honored, for more growth in numbers, and continued growth in Christian maturity.

--For encouragement for Paul and Meg, as they face the difficult challenges of church planting in a more affluent area of Nairobi.

--For blessings during the current Corona virus closing of the church, that the internet ministry will be even more powerful as it reaches a wider audience.