27 years in drugs & got saved in Kingston Jamaica- Palau

Renowned Evangelist Andrew Palau at Pearl Radio Offices, Nairobi [Photo: Kingsley Oluoko]

You cannot miss the name Andrew Palau at any household in Kenya, especially at this time when he is set to hold a mega revival rally in Nairobi.

From radio & TV ads, digital campaigns, billboards, magazine, you name it all, the air is breathing ‘The Nairobi Love Festival’. Palau has made it known that he is in the country for a massive impact of meeting the lives of Kenyans personally.

From Oregon, USA the televangelist who boast of over 30 years in salvation, has admitted that his burden to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to Kenya was informed by a call of a host of Kenyan Bishops.

While speaking to Chippo and VDJeejay Hobbz of the Pearl In The Morning Show, the father of one, reveled that Kenyan Bishops welcomed him to hold a rally aimed at reviving the spirits of Christians in the country.

Accompanied by Reverend Dad, a Kenyan internet sensation, Palau told the breakfast show hosts that he has only one message to Kenyans. The message of the cross. The message of love that transcend all type of sin and the path that seemed right to his eyes.

“I got saved 27 years ago in Kingston Jamaica after living a life that seemed right to the eyes of man. I was taking all kind of alcohol and drugs, and even engaged in types of sexual relationship that life could offer, but look at the love of Christ?” Palau posed.

In his three days rally set to be conducted at the University of Nairobi grounds from Friday 15th to 17th of September 2023, Palau has admonished all the attendees to come with open-hearts and to rekindle their relationship with God.

The Nairobi Love Festival will also feature performances by Legendary worship leaders Don Moen, Zambias Pompi and Kenya’s Jabidii, Sovereign Band and Evelyn Wanjiru, plus a host of other surprise guests.

In his clarion call, Palau has asked religious leaders to extend the message of the gospel to all non believers by holding their hands through discipleship because the destination is worth the journey.

”Come one, come all, at the Nairobi Love Festival to nourish your spirit with sound doctrines and a timely message, at no cost.” Andrew Palau parted.

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