Outcast – The Flow

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , on April 20, 2014 by mavunite

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One of the most heart-warming experiences for me when people get together and rally round a cause together. Remember?

Kenyans for Kenya that raised Ksh 656m

We are one during the Westgate attack; Rallying call to unite everyone in Kenya against the evil and terror

Kenyans on twitter #KOT raising Ksh 500,000 for Ngendo’s mum cancer treatment

The Beyond Zero campaign with the first Lady’s Marathon run, and the goal of maternal care in all the 47 counties.

This year we are keen on stepping out. We began by discussing what it Continue reading

Finders Keepers II – What Women Wish Men Knew

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , on April 13, 2014 by mavunite

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So last week we began to conclude our series, and we had a conversation about ‘What Men Wish Women Knew’.  Our final conversation today is on ‘What Women Wish Men Knew.  It’s easy to think this series is just for married people. But remember as we said last week, we’re setting a standard here for godly relationships. Many today don’t even know what a good marriage should look like because they didn’t see it at home. So must set a new standard because we don’t want things to remain they are.  Also I realize that there are some who have found this series difficult to listen to. You have been hurt in relationships. You have been taken advantage of. But I want to encourage you not shut out what we’re learning. My prayer is that God will not only heal you but also allow you to become a source of healing to others.

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Finders Keepers II – What Men Wish Women Knew

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , on April 6, 2014 by mavunite

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Today we want to talk about What Men Wish Women Knew. But before we do that, I want to address the question, ‘Why does this even matter in the kingdom of God? Why not leave this to Oprah? Or put another way, ‘what is the biblical significance of teaching different genders to understand relationships from each other’s perspective?’ Turn with me to Titus 2:1-8

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Hill City Launch – Irresistible

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , , on March 30, 2014 by mavunite

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  •  Want to especially honor pastor Oscar Muriu who God used to call me into ministry and who has believed in me all these years. He has a real father’s heart and I am blessed to have been raised by Him.
  •  Hill City is taken from Matthew 5:14 that says ‘you are the light of the world, a city built on a hill cannot be hidden
  •  THIS IS A SPECIAL OCCASION so we’re taking a break from our sermon series Finders Keepers: we’ll return next week with ‘Mistakes Men Make – what every woman wishes men knew about them’. But for today allow me to tell you a story…

 

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Finders Keepers II – Devious Maids (Real Women)

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , on March 23, 2014 by mavunite

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We’re going through a series called ‘Finders Keepers II’ learning from God’s word about how to find and keep the love that lasts a lifetime. We began with‘The Morning After’, where we learnt that relationships today are in big mess because as a result of our rebellion against God, women tend to manipulate while men tend to dominate. This is why we need God to save us not only spiritually but sexually as well. In ‘Tujuane’, we saw that in a society that often blurs the lines, God has created clear differences between men and women and learnt that ‘before you can enjoy your sexuality, you need to know your identity.’ And then last week in  ‘Real Husbands Of Nairobi’, we talked about men and sexuality and our main takeout was ‘against the devil, play offense, but against sexual temptation, play defence!  Continue reading

Finders Keepers II – Real Husbands Of Nairobi (Real Men)

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , on March 16, 2014 by mavunite

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Today we want to want to focus on the men and the title of my message is ‘Real Husbands Of Nairobi’. We want to talk about real men. This sermon is not just for the men, but also for the women who love them, live with them or simply just want to understand them! The whole region was thrown in shock in July 2013 when two men from Kisauni agreed to sign a contract to marry the smae woman when they both realized they were having an affair with her. The agreement stated when each would take their shift in her house, how they would respect one another, and how if she gave birth they would both raise the child as their own. One of the men had already paid bride price for the woman but the other one agreed that he would also pay his bride price when ready. But when one of the men went public about the contract, he not only lost his job but had to go into hiding to escape the public backlash! The story was covered nationally, regionally and even Continue reading

Finders Keepers II – Tujuane

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , , on March 9, 2014 by mavunite

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Last week we began a brand new series, ‘Finders Keepers II’, and we’re learning what God’s word says about how to find and keep the kind of love that lasts a lifetime. We began by understanding why relationships today are in such a mess. Because of the consequences of human rebellion, when it comes to relationships, women tend to manipulate while men tend to dominate. But we saw that it doesn’t have to be this way for us, because God is able to save us not only spiritually but sexually as well. Today we want to delve a little deeper into the differences between men and women and the title of my message is ‘Tujuane’. So let me start with a question…

What is one thing that drives you up the wall about the opposite gender?

You only need to observe little children from a young age to be convinced that there’s something that is intrinsically different between male and female. What are Continue reading

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