CCP Staff prayer day
Thirty seven CCP staff attended the first payer day this year on February 17th, 2020 at Resurrection Garden in Karen. The staff gathered early in the morning at the CCP office as they traveled in unison to the prayer venue to have quality quiet time in prayer. On arrival Pastor Billy Lusava welcomed the staff and did theme exploration, 'On our knees for our program'. He encouraged the staff from the book of Jeremiah 33.3 '' Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know." Additional scriptures were from Psalms 50:15 and Hebrews 13:5. He explained that we have to stand in the gap for our program, family, church and the Nation. Bernard Okoth moderated the people in prayer that day. He led the first prayer session which was Solitude & Prayer Walk Through the life of Christ. People were given a chance to have one hour of solitude time and prayer at the Garden. The Garden has monuments and scriptures written on the walls for reflection as you walk through the beautiful Garden. The reflection scriptures run from the rebellion at the garden of Eden all way to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ to save mankind. Afterwards, everyone had their own personal time for personal prayers where Mable Umali guided the staff to note their personal needs and pray using ACTS Model of prayer; (Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving and Supplication). Thereafter,Irene Kerubo paired the staff and were able to share and pray for each other's personal needs. Jacqueline Ngige, CCP's Director of Finance had the privilege of leading the staff to praying for the CCP program. She highlighted the faithfulness of the Lord that CCP had been in since it's existence for the last 15 years. The staff therefore thanked God's faithfulness, needs for CCP Children, Preteens, Teens & Youth, Parents, Guardians & their families, CCP Academy, Construction (School & Clinic), Partners, Sponsors & donors, CCP Guests & their involvement, Staff & Ownership. Stella Mwangi, CCP's Managing Director led in praying for the nation, Churches in Kenya, Government, Economy & Leadership Unity and Peace & Security for the family unit. The staffs were urged to continue in prayer on a personal level on the needs that had been mentioned that day. In conclusion, people went back home with a convictions that God had answered all the prayers.
Staff praying
Praying for each other
Reading the Bible
Listening to the Word
Sharing the Grace
Group photo
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