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Pastor Dorcas Rigathi warns against destruction of families by new generation philosophies

Pastor Dorcas Rigathi speaks at the Tuombeni Kenya meeting at the KICC on Monday 15th April 2024. Photo/OSDP

Pastor Dorcas Rigathi Monday decried the rise of divorce, and separation among families in the country.

She also openly and fearlessly spoke against same sex marriages, saying that family was an institution created by God between a man and a woman.

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This was during a prayer meeting held on Monday in Nairobi organized by Tuombeni Kenya, and attended by First Lady Rachel Ruto among other church leaders from across denominations.

First Lady Rachel Ruto and Pastor Dorcas Rigathi arrive for the Tuombeni Kenya meeting at the KICC on Monday 15th April 2024. Photo/OSDP

“Today, families are under attack and family values are no longer esteemed. Families have no honour anymore. We have new generation philosophies of men marrying men, and women marrying women, and this we must say no to. The counsel of God shall stand,” she said.

She decried the rise in divorce and separation cases, and led the gathering in praying for families and against sexual immorality.

“It is not the time for us to play around, God hates sexual sin. If there is anything that makes God destroy a people is sexual immorality. If we condone it, this God will not spare us no matter how good we think we are,” she said.

She also urged the church leaders to open their churches for the restoration of the boy child who is living in the streets and lost in alcohol and drug abuse.

“Conflicts are killing the boy child across Africa. There are also illicit brews, drugs and alcohol, and our sons have died. Africa and Kenya have a huge widow burden. Let us open our churches for the boy child to feed , clean and clothe them,” said Pastor Dorcas.

Pastor Dorcas expressed her concern of the high number of widows in the country, which underscored the high deaths of the men.

She had observed the trend during different widows and orphans meetings she has held in different parts of the country that include Laikipia, Kilifi, Embu, and Meru among others.

Pastor Dorcas Rigathi and Rev Kathy Kiuna at the Tuombeni Kenya meeting at the KICC on Monday 15th April 2024. Photo/OSDP

 

 

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