Church building Updates

10 05 2017

Building Church in Mathare has been the most exciting thing in our ministry this year. We have shared with different Churches and friends on what this means for our community. The space in Mathare is always an issue because of the congestion and the unplanned structures. We are lucky to have a small space that can be utilized to the fullest. We plan to commence the construction as soon as the month of June, 2017. We have received generous support totaling to $25,000. We still have $43,000 to complete the entire building. The amounts we have raised so far will help in laying the foundation and constructing the ground floor (1st floor). I can’t wait to see and experience our first worship and prayer in the new sanctuary!

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Many Blessings and thank you for the support! Please get in touch with us through if you wish to participate in the Church building project or support any of our programs and just pray with us.

Church Building

6 04 2017

Hello Friends, I hope that this finds you well. After worshipping in a tent for more than 8 years, we have finally been presented with an opportunity to build a sanctuary for worship in Mathare.

The architectural plans are out and we are all excited to see how God will work this out. Below is the link.


Feel free to get in touch with us ( if you want to partner with us in anyway possible.

Blessings all!!!


We have the Land

24 02 2017

Hello friends, after many prayers and determination, Inspiration Centre was able to raise the $25,000 to purchase the land. The land has a temporary iron sheet structure that our Church will be meeting in as we await for a permanent. We haven’t wasted any opportunity since we moved in. We started by constructing a sewer line that will serve the Mathare community and connecting water to the property.

img_4841Thanks  to all who have supported this project and also those who are willing to support it to fruition. We can’t thank you enough.


If you would like to be invloved, please email us on:

Building a Church in Mathare

19 01 2017

It has been more than 8 years meeting in a tent to worship. Over these years, our congregation has increased tremendously. The tent can no longer hold 200 people which it initially did. With this “good problem” in mind, we have started a journey to build a Church in Mathare. We have received amazing feedbacks and contributions towards this. We are targeting $60,000 and so far have raised $18,000. The purchase price of the land goes for $25,000.


Thank you again for supporting this project, you can get involved by sending us an email at:

Many Blessings…………


20 12 2016

Greetings from Inspiration Centre! 2016 has been a great year for our ministry in terms of education, service and empowerment to our Mathare community. Through your support, we have been able to help over 90 students access education from kindergarten to University level. We were able to host a couple of missionary teams who devoted their time and resources to work at Inspiration Centre. We are really grateful for your involvement; surely it has gone beyond finances and flourished into a deep friendship.

Last but not least, keep our Country Kenya in your prayers for the 2017 elections. The Country has always been divided on tribal lines during these times but we hope that people will be united by issues that affect them and that violence will have no place.


As we are all getting ready for the birth of Jesus Christ, I would like to wish each and everyone of you a merry Christmas and a happy new year.




15 09 2016

For the past few days have been one of the challenging days for my friend Kevin.  Kevin is autistic and lives with his single mother and his siblings in Huruma slums.

In less than two weeks ago, Kevin was assaulted by police officers and ended up losing a tooth and sustained minor injuries. It seems that the police acted unprofessionally when they tried to arrest Kevin for walking away from them. The intervention by neighbors and people who know Kevin in Huruma prompted the police to leave him alone but they had already assaulted him. Inspiration Centre has already secured a lawyer for Kevin and we are  in the process of pursuing justice for Kevin through the courts.


It’s sad to know that those entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the most vulnerable in our society end up misusing those powers against them.

Please keep Kevin in your prayers as we seek justice for him (seated in the first row in front).

Making Dreams come true

27 04 2016

The month of April is a significant month for most students in Kenya. Students normally get a four week break from school. This means having a lot of time on their hands and sometimes getting into trouble. Our ministry however had a different plan this year. It was time for our annual Art Camp!


Our long term partners, Bear Valley Church from Colorado, sent a team of five people led by the Bryants for a period of one week. The church also supported the entire camp financially. The students were divided into different classes; Dance class led by Max and Teresa, Culinary class led by Jenn, the Craft class led by Jon and Maddie, Painting class led by Debbie and Photography class led by Godfrey and Leylah.




Jenn and Maddie leading one of the sessions


Leylah awarding certificate to one of her students













Our 2016 theme was “My Body, God’s Temple.” The teachers had to use their Art form to teach the students the layout of the Old Testament Temple; from the Outer Court to the Holy of Holies as explained in 1Kings 6. It was also a time for learning about our value to God, and important physical/emotional boundaries. Our temple is special! The camp lasted five days and was hosted at Word of Life Camp in Ukunda. The students had free afternoons to enjoy swimming in the Indian Ocean. For most of our students, it was their first time to visit the Coast part of Kenya. We wanted this camp to be unforgettable to our 50 students and more than 10 teachers. Secretly, the Bryants and Inspiration Centre had conspired to have everyone fly back on the  last day of the camp. This was a once in a life time experience for kids who are used to seeing poverty, pain, brokenness and  hopelessness. They were given a different lease and perspective on life.


students enjoying the plane ride


Max and Teresa’s dance class


















From her book “A Return to Love,” Marianne Williamson states that “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light not our darkness that most frighten us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightening about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”



Debbie’s painting class












Thank you for being part of our ministry. If you wish to be part of our long journey, feel free to get in touch with us through our email:


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