Celebrated Kenyan preacher one Rev Lucy Natasha spent her afternoon together with the social outreach program [Natasha hand of compassion] in Muranga distributing food packs to the vulnerable families. This follows after the recent recorded economic crisis that has made many families struggle to feed their children. However, it was a joyous evening as the servant of God made an impromptu visit to weep their tears.
The communication team confirmed the success of the evening project through their official social media handles.
'Wonderful moments as the Natasha Hands of Compassion Team distributed food packs to families in Muranga County. We are thankful unto the Lord for the families reached in the countryside and appreciate our partners who stand with this worthy cause. May you experience continuous supply of all your needs in Jesus name. #NatashaHandsOfCompassion.' The caption read.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Rev Natasha has been a source of hope to many street and vulnerable families in the country and across the globe. She has portrayed the image of the true church of Christ that cares for their congregants. Recently, the noble outreach program celebrated reaching a milestone of 2 million. This has been achieved through hard work and commitment in delivery of the products and also sharing of the financial funds.
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