last post: REAP KENYA

16 Dec

before i post my reap, i wanted to write down some martin luther quotes (the german priest who instigated the reformation)

– One should praise women, whether it be true or false.

– If God has no sense of humor, I don’t want to go to Heaven.

– A happy fart never comes from a miserable ass.

– Reason is the biggest obstacle to belief.

LOL, i think i like this guy haha~



– the Lord’s faithful to His promise: matt 6:33

– chai tea and mangoes. hands down. lol

– my team mates who all wanted to see a prayer room established in kitale. and we did! even after our team left to go back to the States, the next morning the local believers (young adults, brothers and sisters in the Lord) kept the prayer room going! they went to the prayer room the next morning, sang songs to the Lord and did worship with the Word in guitar/keyboard, and continued the corporate intercession. this was the point of our trip, to establish a sustaining house of prayer in the nations, and God answered our prayers! thank you everyone for your support and encouragements! now there’s a place in kitale where people can go and do devotionals indiv and come together in a public  place to worship and pray corporately as one body 🙂

– the outpouring of the Holy Spirit thru dreams and visions, healings, revelations, etc to our team

– the local believers, especially those part of a ministry called Youth Apart (check out their website here). they believe God is raising up the young generation to be His mighty vessels, sons and daughters who prophecy, and ambassadors to be sent out to the rest of the African continent

– the other foreigners in kitale. most of them were there to volunteer at orphanages, teach in schools, work with the local churches, etc. it was awesome to meet people from all over the world – canada, netherlands, germany – who dedicated their lives to shine as Christ’s light in the nations

– kenya is a culturally christian nation, meaning that many people go to church. however, whether they’re born again is another matter. there’s a great need for discipleship as there are as many church-going christians on sunday mornings. the culture really reminded me of korea, actually, in a sense that christianity seemed almost a social aspect of society. it was also unique to see chinese people there! most of the workers were part of the construction of roads. also interesting was to witness the encroaching of islam – i saw at least 5 mosques in the city of nairobi. pray for the church in kenya to contend!

– personally, God showed me that He doesn’t care about what i do – my DOING – but He cares about who i am – my BEING (also said by jaeson ma in “blueprint”). this revelation changed my world. before i’d always focused on ministry, in discipleship and bible studies, but now i’m placing my focus on HIM and Him alone ❤ And He’s proven faithful. he’s strengthened me with power thru his Holy Spirit in my inner being, and now Christ dwells in my heart even more with the increase of faith.

– prayer works. period. meditate on the Word. read it out loud (faith comes by hearing). sing it.


– the 4 hours in the prayer room every day except Wed and Sun: this was def the best part of the trip! and we provided a place for people to come and just be with the Lord

– praying for people in the streets, slums, hospitals – and seeing the healings, the Holy Spirit’s work and power. i’ll never forget the drunkard’s changed countenance after the baptism in the pool of water, the guy who gave us his cigarettes while our team prayed for him, and the spiritual atmospheres shifting just by singing worship songs

– the outreaches to Garissa, Turkana, and Nakuru

– the Spirit falling on me during a Benedict Fast for a few days in Kakuma – that was amazing! it was during the time of repentance, when i was on my knees, and i literally could not move for the longest time…people had to come and help me sit in a chair

– praying at the gates on Tuesday nights with the team and the local believers

– the Holy Spirit during times of secret prayer – i’d feel waves of heat over my body, sweat broke out, i’d see visions, etc

– intro to the prophetic ministry

– an all night prayer meeting where we stayed up till 5AM (never thought i’d make it lol)


God is so good. He’s poured out his spirit of revelation this season and  i experienced the power of prayer. he also lifted my eyes to Him and His activity all around the world! God is the greatest visionary lol. before, i’d been content with the ‘normal’ course of life: working, marrying, getting old. now, those goals have become second place – I want to participate and witness what He’s doing in the nations! truly America is deprived – people need to go out there and see what the Holy Spirit is doing. i don’t look down upon His work here; i definitely want to visit the old revival spots, like azusa in LA, and visit Bethel in Norcal and Morning Star in the East Coast. God just opened my eyes to a whole new realm, and i want to know Him in these new areas, especially the prophetic, and experience Him more through prayer and fasting (A LIFESTYLE OF FASTING CHANGED MY LIFE). This trip was truly amazing. God gave me the desire to know Him. Thank you Jesus! thanks everyone for your support and prayers! God’s grace bless your spirit


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