I have an inner feeling convincing my conscience that Rev Natasha might be among recipients of Uhuru’s Jamhuri day Presidential Award on 12th December 2020. I never doubt my imagination in the real world.
Moreover her record is straight forward. You may have lots of skill and experience, but without passion for what you’re doing, you’re likely not to elevate your work to the next stage.
Loving what you do means innovating, striving, challenging yourself. And it makes the time you put in pleasurable and worth every moment of your journey to the top. Passion also brings energy, which I have seen the city preacher persevere in all her walks.
Nevertheless, in recognition of distinguished and outstanding services rendered to the nation in various capacities and responsibilities especially during the difficult COVID-19 season,
I salute the city preacher for making a good performance and being on the forefront to devote her finances and social support. Nevertheless, this is a personal view but am sure God in heaven will bless her abundantly.
The golden heart of mercy won many people across the globe. She indeed prayed the noble role of the church during a difficult time of crisis.
Rev Natasha has proved that the church should be a place of refuge at times of disaster, during war and pestilences and that it should provide shelter, relief and hope to victims of catastrophes through out.
The Matatu Operators, Boda Boda riders, street families, members of the clergy and Vulnerable families who received the items couldn’t hide their joy at the kind gesture shown to them. It’s being said that love is well proven and demonstrated through one’s actions.
It’s a joy seeing Rev Natasha being part of the solution and ensuring that the Public and other sectors are empowered with necessary items so that the Corona Pandemic is contained even when people are using their services.
Truly the phenomenal preacher and senior overseer Miracle Monday Ministry in Nairobi CBD one Rev Natasha’s efforts are worthy of emulation and a clear inspiration that each one of us has something to offer.
The social outreach program by the different teams of Natasha’s hand of compassion across the globe has gone down to record as a clear indication of Christ’s command of helping out those in need and being your neighbor’s keeper.
Apparently, it is recommended to document such activities so that it can be teaching to future generations the importance of reaching out to the less fortunate in difficult times.