Kabarak University's Chaplain, Rev. Justus Mutuku, led a dedicated panel-based chapel to report on a recent mission to Kapsowar. The mission, which sought to bring the good news to the people of Kapsowar, left an indelible mark on the hearts and lives of thousands. The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat, in his remarks, expressed profound gratitude to the missioners for their remarkable efforts.
The Kapsowar mission was a testament to the university's dedication to its core values. Led by Rev. Prof Jacob Kibor, the university provost, the missioners embarked on a journey to Kapsowar, a place where hope and faith were desperately needed. Their mission extended beyond physical assistance; it aimed to touch the hearts and souls of the people, leading them toward a path of spiritual enlightenment and renewal.
The impact of the mission was nothing short of remarkable. Over the course of their journey, the dedicated missioners reached out to more than 4,000 people, sharing the message of love, faith, and hope. What truly stood out was the number of individuals who embraced this message wholeheartedly. Through their efforts, over 700 people made the life-changing decision to accept Christ into their lives, while more than 100 individuals rededicated themselves to God. It was a spiritual awakening that brought tears of joy and hope to the hearts of those who witnessed it.
In his address, the Vice-Chancellor spoke highly of Kabarak University's role as a beacon of hope to souls in need. He emphasized the university's commitment to making a positive impact on society, not only through academic excellence but also through acts of service and faith. The Kapsowar mission was a tangible demonstration of this commitment, and it was clear that the university was dedicated to continuing such efforts in the days to come.
He further lauded the efforts of Rev. Justus Mutuku and the entire mission team for their dedication, compassion, and resilience in carrying out this mission. Their unwavering commitment to making a difference in the lives of others exemplified the values that Kabarak University holds dear.
The Kapsowar mission leaves behind a legacy of hope and transformation. Rev. Justus Mutuku and his team, together with the support of Kabarak University, have touched the lives of thousands, illuminating the path to faith, love, and spiritual renewal. Their actions serve as an inspiration to us all, reminding us that even in the most challenging of times, the light of hope and faith can shine brightly.
Kabarak University's dedication to spreading hope and faith continues to serve as a beacon of inspiration. The impact of this mission in Kapsowar reminds us of the power of collective action and the transformative influence that faith and love can have on individuals and communities. As the days unfold, Kabarak University remains committed to making a positive impact, promising more acts of service and faith in the days to come, as they continue to be a beacon of hope for all souls in need.