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Last year, on 1st June, the Return Kenya Prayer Initiative was broadcasted on YouTube and Facebook Live. Some of the Pastors that had partnered with us held in-person prayer sessions in light of the Covid 19 Containment measures. Multiple Ministers from various ministries led the online session. We are most grateful for the declarations and the prayers and grateful to God who counted us faithful and called us into the ministry.

Annually Kenya celebrates Madaraka day, the day Kenya attained its internal self-rule from colonial masters. Our independence didn’t come on a silver platter, but through bloodshed, toil and sweat coupled with God’s providence we gained independence.  

There have been gains and challenges along the journey and our political history has not been easy or without further struggle. As a nation, much blood has run in our land, but 59 years later:

THIS IS A CALL TO ACTION: ISAIAH 59 (NKJV)

1 Behold, the Lord’s hand is not shortened,

That it cannot save;

Nor His ear heavy,

That it cannot hear.

2 But your iniquities have separated you from your God;

And your sins have hidden His face from you,

So that He will not hear.

3 For your hands are defiled with blood,

And your fingers with iniquity;

Your lips have spoken lies,

Your tongue has muttered perversity.

4 No one calls for justice,

Nor does any plead for truth.

They trust in empty words and speak lies;

They conceive evil and bring forth iniquity.

5 They hatch vipers’ eggs and weave the spider’s web;

He who eats of their eggs dies,

And from that which is crushed a viper breaks out.

6 Their webs will not become garments,

Nor will they cover themselves with their works;

Their works are works of iniquity,

And the act of violence is in their hands.

7 Their feet run to evil,

And they make haste to shed innocent blood;

Their thoughts are thoughts of iniquity;

Wasting and destruction are in their paths.

8 The way of peace they have not known,

And there is no justice in their ways;

They have made themselves crooked paths;

Whoever takes that way shall not know peace……

Last year, on 1st June, the Return Kenya Prayer Initiative was broadcasted on YouTube and Facebook Live. Some of the Pastors that had partnered with us held in-person prayer sessions in light of the Covid 19 Containment measures. Multiple Ministers from various ministries led the online session. We are most grateful for the declarations and the prayers and grateful to God who counted us faithful and called us into the ministry.

Annually Kenya celebrates Madaraka day, the day Kenya attained its internal self-rule from colonial masters. Our independence didn’t come on a silver platter, but through bloodshed, toil and sweat coupled with God’s providence we gained independence.  

There have been gains and challenges along the journey and our political history has not been easy or without further struggle. As a nation, much blood has run in our land, but 59 years later:

  • Sons and daughters of Kenya are yet to know the true benefits of freedom.
  • Systemic corruption still denies opportunities to deserving Kenyans for those who have “the connections”.
  • Justice is far from the average country folk without deep pockets to oil his way as we administer selective justice.
  • We still have a Kenya where others are preferred over others.
  • We have a Kenya where many are living below the poverty line unable to afford the bare basic essentials.
  • We have a Kenya where many a majority of our young people are unemployed with dimming prospects of life.
  • We have a Kenya whose many sons and daughters are bound in neo-slavery through over taxation and foreign debt; many of its sons and daughters have yet to experience the true meaning of Madaraka.
  • We have a Kenya where drought, famine and flooding ravage many corners of the country sentencing many lives to abject poverty.
  • We have a Kenya where some of the widows and orphans are condemned by the death of the breadwinners and reduced to beggars.
  • We have a Kenya whose town streets are littered with mothers, sons and daughters with no place to call home, but the streets.
  • We have a Kenya whose promising entrepreneurial dream is curtailed by tender-preneurs 
  • We have a Kenya where there are yet others who are still to hear the Gospel.
  • We have a Kenya where a section of the Church has made its bed with the world and its light is dimmed.
  • We have a Kenya where young and upcoming generations are turning their backs on God for selfish pursuits.
  • We have a Kenya where brothers rise in arms against brothers emboldened by selfish politicians at every election cycle and unity is far from us. Some have become refugees at home – IDPs.
  • We have a Kenya whose election is ever marked by bloodshed and wanton destruction.

As Madaraka day comes would you;

  • Stand together as one in prayer for our beloved country and the purposes of God?
  • Care to mobilize your household, fellowship, ministry and church to prayer?
  • Care to touch a needy Kenyan through your gift and put a smile on someone’s face?
  • Care to be the hands and feet of Jesus to touch a life?

One People, One Call, One Purpose RETURN KENYA 

What are we asking of you?

  1. Share and mobilize your constituents to pray for the day and its activities.
  2. Rally your people for a congregational prayer for the country jointly all across the country on Wednesday 1 June.
  3. Become part of the steering team for your area.
  4. Ask your people to donate what they may have, but not using (in good condition) for a gift to the needy (this could include processed goods, clothing, kitchenware/ utensils etc.  
  5. Share with the needy present in your gathering the gifts in kind as per the donations or drop them off at a pre-identified needful location, alternatively drop them off at a central point for distribution.

If meeting in person, consider leaving a donation for those less fortunate.

What is the Vision?

To rally as many believers from all Churches / Denominations across the country to pray together in person through their families, fellowships, congregations and online on Madaraka Day, June 1st 2022. We dream of blanketing our country with prayers from North to South and from East to West while lifting common items before the Father in hope of steering our country back to God for His purpose to be manifest in our land.

The Goal.

Mobilize representation from the 47 counties for corporate prayers on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, during the first watch, between 18h00-21h00 according to their situation. 

What You Can Do?

You are an integral part of the plan and we appeal to you to help us reach out to other men and women of God as well as ministry leaders around the country from now until then.

Become or help us find a county representative that is willing and able to champion the cause of the Nation for God’s glory.

Give Kenya back to God and ask God to take over the leadership of this country.

Pray for the day and the country especially as the political temperatures rise.

Share with us the issues that rend your heart as we create a common prayer guide to be shared with everyone.

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1 JUNE 2022

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