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Introduction to the Lord's Prayer

Discover the Lord’s Prayer afresh and learn how you can communicate with God and experience God's presence, power, and love at work in your life each day. Featuring Christian apologist Dr. J.M. Njoroge with host Rev. Tom Otieno and special guest Amos Nato.

Tom Otieno

Rev. Tom Otieno has been a pastor for over 20 years and currently serves as the Vicar of St. Augustine Madaraka in the Anglican Church of Kenya. He is an international speaker and the founder of The Well Bethel, an interdenominational prayer, worship, and healing ministry. Rev. Tom is passionate about youth, worship, and family ministry, and he is the author of Understanding The Deliverance Ministry.

Amos Nato

Amos Nato is involved in student ministry and works with Trinity Fellowship as the Regional Ministry Coordinator of Nairobi/Central Region. His ministry focuses on Discipleship and Evangelism in campuses and High schools. He is currently pursuing a Diploma in Ministry at Visions College Australia.

J.M. Njoroge

J.M. Njoroge is a speaker and writer.  He graduated from Talbot School of Theology with a master’s degree in philosophy, a master’s degree in New Testament studies and a ThM. Njoroge earned his PhD in philosophy from the University of Georgia and was the host of the radio program Let My People Think. His passion is to help clear the fog between the academy and the local church by making the case for the credibility of the gospel of Jesus Christ in a winsome and persuasive manner.  

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