Joy & Celebrations in Sutton,Massachusetts as Kenyan Pastor Celebrates 50 Years Wedding Anniversary
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Bishop Ndiru(John Kamau Nganga) & Leah Mukami Kamau
There was joy,ululations and celebrations as hundreds of faithfuls met at St Johns Anglican Church,Sutton Massachusetts.
Many friends and families in attendance congratulated and offered tribute to Bishop Ndiru(John Kamau Nganga) & Leah Mukami Kamau for their COMMITMENT,CARE, UNSELFISH DEVOTION & UNCONDITIONAL LOVE for each other and for reaching that huge milestone of 50 Years of Unconditional Love(Jubilee),and also his dedication to God,Family and Ministry.
The couple got married April 14,1965 and were family friends and neighbors from the same location.
They were blessed to have 6 childrens Daniel Nganga Kamau,Gideon Mwagiru Kamau ,Mary Wangari Kamau ,David kagari Kamau ,Amos Njau Kamau and James Njenga Kamau all are married except one.
Bishop Ndiru(John Kamau Nganga) (70 yrs) is popularly known as Brother Ndiru and wife Leah Mukami Kamau (68 yrs) They hail from Gachie Kihara location, Kiambaa constituency, Kiambu County,Kenya.
The colorful ceremony was presided and officiated by St John Anglican Church Suttons Vicar Rev Peter Kiama who gave a powerful message on what ails Kenyan Diaspora Marriages.
He vividly, illustrated how the cellphone has become choice number one, of weapon of marriage destruction,citing mannerisms and instances where couples,husbands and wives hide and have secret locked passwords to access their phones and none of the other party has any idea of what goes on there,what calls he or she receives,who talks to them or what one was does with their phone either through facebook,whatapp or even text messages.
He urged Diaspora couples to be transparent & to communicate openly and build their lives,their marriages and families on Christ Jesus who is the rock the sure foundation of which one cannot be shaken.
On that Sunday, there were special presentation by the Church choir,Praise and Worship teams,various artists,such Joshua from St Johns Sutton,Apostle Bernard & Apostle Esther Ndirangu from New Hampshire, Family friends from Neema PCEA Church,among many other upcoming gospel artists.
All in attendance were treated to a sumptuous lunch at St Johns Anglican Church hall in Sutton,Massachusetts and were thoroughly entertained with music, pomp and dance.