Missioning for Sister Cornelia to Kenya

Posted by Spalding Hurst

August 23, 2021

Sister Philomena Kottoor stated, “Cornelia as you enter Kenya, remember that it is a Holy Ground and that the people are Holy and beloved by God. God is there present, even before you arrive. You are pioneer to a new mission. We believe that “God has called you, chosen you and appointed you the bearers of good news, to go forth and bear fruit.”

This was during the Missioning prayer service For Cornelia Ekka, SCN, pioneer of the Kenya Mission, held on Aug. 23, 2021. Click here to watch a recording of the prayer service.

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3 Comments

  1. Nalini Meachariyil

    Dear Cornelia, as you begin your missionary journey to Africa, God is waiting for you and God’s holy people are waiting to embrace you into this sacred land. May the saints of Africa inspire you and show you the way to love God and to serve God’s simple people. hearty Welcome Corne !

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  2. Sr Elsa SCN

    Congratulations to you Cornelia, one of the pioneers to Kenya. Gods Grace be in the Center of your life as you minister to the people of Kenya.Elsa

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  3. Betty Blandford scn

    Cornelia, God goes with you to love you and strengthen you! There are persons there waiting for you, anxiously looking forward to meeting you. Love them as God loves them
    My prayers go with you.

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