Rev Lucy Natasha has continued with her social outreach program as she purposes to feed thousands of vulnerable families amid the Christmas festival.
Apparel this year has not been easy despite meeting her target of feeding over 50K families amid coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier today together with her hand of Compassion team, she visited a children’s Orphanage located in Nairobi county. On the process the renown preacher handed over a trip of goats’ to the orphanage management in preparation for Christmas holiday.
The phenomenal preacher has been teaching on the importance of giving but as a reminder, she insists on the need to share during the season.
“One of the main reasons we have the custom of giving and receiving presents at Christmas is to remind us of the presents given to Jesus by the Wise Men: Frankincense, Gold, and Myrrh.” She captions.
Giving to friends and family at Christmas may give us a taste of how it feels to spend money to do something nice for someone else. In some cases, people may consciously recognize this positive feeling and decide to give more widely, including a charity donation.
It is also possible to be swayed by the learning that giving feels good without explicitly recognizing it. Making a decision on whether or not to donate is likely to involve lots of factors we are not completely aware of, including our experiences of previous generosity.