11 July 2018

Kenya: The Kiunas Get All Loved Up On the Pulpit to Mark Wedding Anniversary

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Pastors Allan and Kathy Kiuna, founders of Jubilee Christian Church (JCC).

Nairobi pastors Allan and Kathy Kiuna got all lovey dovey on the pulpit last Sunday as they celebrated 24 years of their marriage.

Pastor Allan, who has been away for treatment abroad for months, thanked his wife for taking charge as he was recuperating.

Kathy blushed all along as her husband described how amazing she was and how she made his healing smooth by taking over their ministry.

"I don't think there are worlds that can describe how grateful I am for you," said Pastor Kiuna.

The couple, founders of Jubilee Christian Church (JCC), went on to share an intimate moment as Kathy rested on her husband's chest mumbling a prayer.

We should labor to enter into the rest of GOD Heb 4:9-1 #BishopKiuna pic.twitter.com/NKtrqP7qR0

- JCC Parklands (@JccKenya) July 8, 2018

Pastor Allan returned to the country on Thursday night to a grand welcome at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by JCC congregants.

His arrival trended online as the congregation celebrated his recovery and safe arrival home.


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