Nairobi Manmin Holiness Church celebrated its 18th Anniversary

Nairobi Manmin Holiness Church in Kenya that has played a pivotal role in African ministry had its 18th anniversary service on November 18, 2018. Approximately 3,000 people attended the service from various fields including bishops from eight African countries, pastors from Manmin’s branch and associate churches, professors, lawyers, police officers and businessmen.

The church members prepared for the service and event with joy and thanks in stronger unity than ever. During Sunday Morning Service, the church’s Young Adults’ Mission gave special praise and some members from the choir delivered a special performance.

An episode of ‘Manmin Magazine’ was presented that covers Manmin’s ministry that is leading people of the world to the Lord including the Israeli ministry. Bishop Dr. Myeongho Cheong, President of United Holiness Church of Jesus Christ, Africa preached the message under the title of “God’s Glory.”

In the evening service, Pastor Kitonga, President of Eastern Africa Evangelism Association, the advisory committee member for President of Kenya, and Bishop of Redeemed Gospel Church delivered the message entitled “Hope for the Lord Who Will Come Soon.”

On November 16, they had Anniversary Eve Event during the second half of Friday All-night Service. Each mission group of the church gave special performances, and Professor Helen of Daystar University sang special praise. On 17th, Bishop Cheong met with pastors from Manmin’s branch and associate churches from Africa including Kenya. He preached about the duty of a pastor and the attributes of a desirable church.

Let’s give all thanks and glory to God who has guided countless pastors and believers in Africa to the way of salvation and blessing by providing them with the word of life and showing powerful works.

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