Modern Family: It Takes All Types

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , on May 15, 2016 by mavunite

Everyone one of us has been/is part of a group of friends either at work, college, a chama or an accountability group etc. What’s the one outstanding thing you liked about that group?

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If you want to build the foundation for true and lasting success in 2016 and beyond, you need to realize that you cannot do it alone. Isolation is your enemy in your journey of purpose.

In Gen.2:18, God states during Creation that ‘It is not good for man to be alone’. We often take this verse to be talking about marriage. If it did, then Jesus Continue reading

2016 Leaders Day

Posted in Mavuno Sermons on May 14, 2016 by mavunite

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On 14th May 2016, hundreds of leaders from across the Mavuno churches congregated for our annual Leaders’ Day. This is a time of commissioning, envisioning and prayer, as we think through the past year (2015), and look ahead to the next ten years.

Below are some of the comments shared by Pastor Muriithi Wanjau, the senior pastor Continue reading

Refresh Challenge: Finishing Well

Posted in Mavuno Sermons on May 1, 2016 by mavunite

As we began the year 2016 we wanted to start the year by waiting on God to refresh us. Our desire was that God would refresh us in every way – our minds, bodies, hearts, and calling, so that we can live with fresh energy the life He has called us to.

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REFRESH CHALLENGE: HELP FROM ABOVE

Posted in Mavuno Sermons on April 24, 2016 by mavunite

Growing, we believe that we can be and do a lot of things. When you grow up, you begin to realize that some things are impossible. You make your dreams realistic or practical. You begin to feel imprisoned by weaknesses, fears, generational issues and more. Then you look without – corruption, kanjo kingdom, politics, terrorism and other realities …You begin to wish you had special powers.

If you had special powers, what is one thing you would do or fix? Continue reading

Refresh Challenge: Service is the route to greatness

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , on April 17, 2016 by mavunite

Your business has grown and you’ve realised you need to hire a new Managing Director to grow it to the next level. What is the most important quality you would look for? Would you prefer a person who is ambitious and visionary,  willing to do whatever it takes to get your company to the top?

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Jesus was the biggest story of his day. Wherever he went, huge crowds were waiting for him. For his disciples, this was exciting. It seemed that their gamble to leave all behind and follow this unknown rabbi was paying off. On the contrary, instead of celebrating his popularity, Jesus began telling his disciples of his impending Continue reading

Refresh Challenge: Whose Feet Are You Washing?

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , on April 10, 2016 by mavunite

Imagine with me that you just got a new job at a very prestigious company you always dreamed of. Then the HR manager approaches you and informs you that you can choose whichever boss you would like, how would you describe your ideal boss?

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Some people may say they want a boss who makes clear goals and targets that are achievable or challenges them to grow. Others want a boss who would involve them in decision-making.

The truth is most people want a boss who would give them a pay hike whenever they need it.

Today we will look at the greatest Continue reading

Refresh Challenge – Prepared for Opportunity

Posted in Mavuno Sermons on April 3, 2016 by mavunite

Which Is Your Default Money Habit? 

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Since we began Mavuno, we have taught about money and how to manage money well. This is a lifetime topic that you can never hear enough about, and that we need to keep learning about money for the rest of our lives! When it comes to money we all tend to revert back to our default money habits. Continue reading

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