Baptisms and Bibles on Rusinga Island, Kenya

February 13, 2017

Bishop Moses Abiga sent me these pictures this week.
in them you can see Pastor Moses baptizing a new convert in Jesus name.


Also, we have some wonderful pictures of bibles being passed out to the brethren in their native language of Luo.

Bishop Abiga oversees a number of churches and an orphanage on Rusinga Island in Lake Victoria in the country of Kenya.  He has a long record of helping the poor and raising hundreds of orphans on that island.   A humble man with a good knowledge of the Apostles’ Doctrine, Bishop Moses is striving to promote the Gospel of the Son of God throughout this region.

rusinga-isaland

Sister Pat and I (Bishop Bill) enjoyed the privilege of holding conference on Rusinga in July of 2016.  We were amazed at the enthusiasm and dedication of these dear brethren.  The church building is a corrugated steel structure about 300 yards from Lake Victoria.  The people live in abject poverty, yet are rich in spirit.  The brethren received with gladness, the Apostles’ Doctrine, Jesus Christ is the Son of God.


It is by your support that this effort moves forward.   Without your help we could not send bibles or meet other needs of the brethren here.   As God lays it on your heart, please partner with Apostolic Ambassadors to lend a helping hand to Bishop Moses, as he serves the people on Rusinga Island.

God bless in Jesus name.

Please, send all donations directly to:

Apostolic Ambassadors World Wide Ministries
43 Southbound Gratiot Avenue
Mount Clemens, MI 48043

Or use PayPal.com/BW3943@mac.com

 

 

 

 

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