John William Kimani Biography
Apostle John William Kimani is a Kenyan apostle the leader of Kingdom Seekers Fellowship, Former prison warder but, Presently, he has one of the biggest churches in Nakuru.
John William Kimani Age
Information about John William Kimani’s Age, Year, date and place of birth, including the school he attended is currently not available. We are undertaking a thorough review on this we will update the information soon.
Apostle Kimani was brought up in Rurii in Ol Kalau area of the greater Nyandarua. After completing his secondary school education he became a mason.
William had been taught the artisan course by one of his uncles. And he embarked on the construction of houses until he was later recruited to join the prisons department as a warder. But he quit his job as a jailer in 2002 to devote his life in preaching the gospel.
John William Kimani Career
Dating back to six years ago, William Kimani was a jail warder. Apostle John William Kimani, was a prison warder before he was called to minister.
At some point, probably he must have been hated by crooks that he ensured they remain behind bars, but thanks to God’s grace today he is among the most loved men.
Dealing with society’s outlaws is not an easy task at all and one can really wonder how the soft-spoken Apostle dealt with such lunatics. One could really wonder how or what could have made Kim drop the gun and pick up the holy book.
maybe the pastor was touched by seeing Kenyans “wamefungwa minyororo” and decided to ‘rescue’ them through the word.
John William Kimani Apostleship
Following William’s resignation as a prison warder and heeding to his great call as a gospel minister, first joined Nema Ministries evangelical organization in Nairobi, where he grew spiritually to become a pastor. He, later on, founded the Kingdom Seekers Fellowship in Nakuru.
Apostle William started the church in a small room in a building near the main wholesale market in Nakuru Town. People started flocking to the church during lunch hour, saying they were attracted by the powerful prayers the leaders were conducting.
John William Kimani KingdomSeekers
Apostle Kimani is the leader and founder of the kingdom seekers fellowship, the founding date is will be updated soon. Following its inauguration, the church became the worship place of choice for both the young and the old.
Its membership greatly grew, causing the founder and the management committee to buy a three-acre prime plot in the town to erect a building that could accommodate the rapidly increasing number of followers.
The building is presently a 5,000-seat sanctuary. Additionally, the management has also built other structures in the compound. They include a four-storey building which houses Apostle William’s office. The apostle acts as the overseer of the church.
John Kimani William MBCI
He is also known for spearheading the Mission to the Body of Christ International (MBCI) through which he targets pastors of other churches and brings them together to organize “breakthrough conferences”. Such forums have also raised Mr. Kimani to prominence.
John William Kimani Associates
Apostle William has been working with other pastors whom he has mentored. They include the late Pastor Patrick Wanjohi Wanja, who was also a former prison warder.
Pastor Wanjohi died alongside Pastor Francis Kamau Ndekei in a road accident at Barnabas Trading Centre on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway died on February 15.
John William Kimani Dead Pastors
Two senior pastors died in a road accident while traveling from Nairobi to Nakuru. Pastor Francis Kamau Ndekei and Pastor Patrick Wanjohi of the Kingdom Seekers Fellowship church in Nakuru Town died just a few kilometers from Nakuru town as they were returning home on Monday night.
Their car hit a police roadblock and rolled several times. Pastor Kamau, 35, was in charge of Nyahururu branch of the church and while Pastor Wanjohi who was in his late 30s was an assistant to Apostle John Kimani William who is the head of the church in Kenya.
John Kimani William Resurrect
Followers of Kingdom Seekers Fellowship (KSF) church came out on Saturday to attempt a feat no other church may have tried. Led by the church’s overseer Apostle John William Kimani, they prayed all day in front of coffins containing the bodies of the deceased, hoping they would step out and walk.
The unprecedented drama palpitated with rising anxiety as the faithful were led by their leaders to believe the dead would sit up. Apostle Kimani clung to hope yesterday as he said, “We have made arrangements for any eventuality if they resurrect then God’s word will have come to pass.”
However, the church leaders will have to be careful not to break the law as police in Nakuru yesterday cautioned them against what they called ‘mishandling of dead bodies.’
“We have to caution them not to continue mishandling the dead. I will also consult the law to find out what charges can be preferred against them,” said local police commander Johnstone Ipara.
John Kimani William Family
Currently, we don’t have detailed information about the apostle’s family. All that is known is that he is married to a very beautiful God-fearing woman with whom they have children. We will update the information soon.
John Kimani William Net Worth
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