The richest city preacher one Rev Natasha has been the talk of the town with a proven record and credibility in her duties. Apparently, she has been spreading the gospel of God across the globe and so far she has won over 10million souls.
She has also been recognized both locally and internationally through her social outreach program which actively participated during the coronavirus crisis.
Rev. Lucy Natasha showered the healthcare workers with gifts and food packs for the works they are doing to save humanity during the trying times.
At the frontline of the healthcare system, she played a pivotal role in reducing the devastating impact of COVID-19. The Natasha team recognized all those providing critical services to communities such as nurses who are in the front line in dealing with all health issues among the old and young.
City pastor Lucy Natasha distributed branded foodstuffs and hand-washing sanitizers to several families living in Nairobi city slums. She was also at the forefront in giving out sanitizers, reusable masks, and soaps to Boda Boda riders and matatu operators who are serving in the public transport sector.
The renowned city preacher came to the rescue of Beirut’s blast survivors. Through her Hands of Compassion team based in Lebanon, Beirut, the popular preacher supplied food packs to families that were displaced in the disaster that was preceded by a large fire at the Port of Beirut, on the city’s northern Mediterranean coast.
The huge explosions that rocked the Lebanese capital on Tuesday, August 4, killed and injured dozens of people, shaking buildings and sending huge plumes of smoke into the sky.
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hasan Diab declared Wednesday, August 5, a day of mourning. This later followed an unusual announcement where the Lebanese government announced that it had resigned.
Rev Lucy Natasha also travelled to Victor’s home and surprised him with some goodies – she carried shopping that would last the reverend’s family for three months and an iPad that would help him with his studies – Among other gifts was cash for Victor’s mum to start a business that would help support all her needs .
So, whether in times of racism, prejudice, injustice, poverty, or illness, Rev Lucy Natasha has always stood at the forefront and fought against evil and preserved good. Even now, when we are faced with an invisible enemy, COVID-19, she has stood strong as the apostles and the cloud of witnesses ahead and fight by offering calmness and care to the troubled and fainthearted.