Rev. Wamuyu's church minister started when she was a young girl. She discovered her talent in music. The House of Judah ministry in Kikuyu Township was the first to be started, this was after their ordination with the husband as ministers of the gospel in 2010. Another branch of their Church was opened at Casino Cinema House in Nairobi and they started a lunch hour prayer meetings.
She says that, her greatest joy of being a minister is transforming the lives of many people. She gets fulfilled when she sees the outcomes of the transformations and she strongly believes she is on this earth to serve God in all her endevours. Wamuyu have witnessed God’s amazing grace and sustenance in their ministry. They trust God to continue blessing them and extend their ministry to all nations, as they hope for the growth of House of Judah into an international ministry.
Wamuyu is married to Bishop Theuri Maina, who was once a teacher, but now works in the publishing sector and has co-authored many books.
They are blessed with two daughters Taffi Neema and Precious Zawadi. Zawadi is a brilliant singer and has even recorded some songs on her mother's phone. The greatest thing is that, her children are fine with them being ministers and they support them in every possible way.
Children are sensitive and parents need to spare enough time for them. On this regard, Wamuyu ensures she spends quality time with her daughters and twice a year, they do go for a family holiday to strengthen their bond.
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