Benjamin

Benjamin Mwangi Harun.
Evangelist PCEA Makadara Parish.

(Cert. Theology, Higher Dip. Theology, Bachelor of Theology).

Vision

Evangelise humanity from
within the heart

Mission

Transform humanity
Nourish our faith
Bear fruits of evangelism
Educate people
Empower/strengthen souls
Build one another’s self esteem
Provide effective ministry service

Objectives

Transforming humanity from within
Nourishing our faith
Bear fruits of evangelism which are to do justice,
love, kindness and to wait humbly with God
Educate people
To empower and strengthen the souls of new
believers in order to avoid backslides
Build one another’s self-esteem
Ensure effective ministry service

Core Values

Being Christ centred
Committed to our mission and
vision
Team work
Total dedication to God’s service
Participatory decision making
Dynamism
Leadership by example
Supporting one another
Family life
Excellent Evangelism Discipleship
Promote social economic empowerment
of members
Promote mission and evangelism
within PCEA.

Sunday

Date

In Christians  perspective, justice involves making individuals, communities and the world as a whole to uphold both goodness and impartiality.  Justice stands at the center of true religion.  According to James 1:27, “the religion that our Father upholds as prove and faultless is this:  to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.”

In many areas the world is known not to uphold justice.  Christians (the Church) on the other hand are supposed to be a mirror of what God requires of human life.  We therefore require to show  to the world how justice should be exercised in all spheres of life.

When people are oppressed, we should be there to print out and  seek  justice for them.  When they are mistreated, we never keep quiet.

The scripture says “the righteous care about justice, but the wicked have no such concerns.” Proverbs 29:7

 

Justice flows from God’s heart and character.  As true and good, God seeks to make the objects of this holy love whole.  This is what is clearly seen in both the Old and New Testaments on sin and injustice which are in both individual and corporate context.

Let us all endeavor to carry the justice of Christ to all at all times.

Justice is the legal or philosophical theory by which fairness is administered.  It is the fairness in the protection of rights and punishment of wrongs.  All legal systems aim to uphold this ideal through fair and proper administration of the law of the land though it is possible to have unjust laws.