All posts by Bishop John Bulinda

Bishop John Abondi Bulinda and his beloved wife Mary V. Abondi, a former Deputy Head School Teacher, are humble Missionaries from Kambiri, a small village in Kakamega County in Kenya. The couple’s passionate love for God and people of all Nationalities and Cultures, led to their leaving their careers, siblings and motherland to engage in the noble calling of fighting evil by banishing HATE through Interfaith Harmony. Bishop Bulinda arrived in the USA in 2013 to seek opportunities to help solve tribal violence brought about by political differences that claimed 1,000 lives and displaced 600,000 Kenyans. In 2014, Ferguson, Missouri, was engulfed in riots following the shooting of a Black teenager by a police officer, bringing to a standstill business activities as well as property losses from the resultant chaos. The Bishop used the sound of the Jewish Shofar to Pull Down Walls of HATE and Bring Peace and Harmony back to Missouri. The couple are now Coordinators of the ADR New Beginnings 2020 USA/Africa, Board members of the World Council of Mayors, Trustees to the Center for American Studies/Concord MA, Liaison for United States Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC).

COVID-19 International Prayer – by Bishop John Bulinda

ADR NEW BEGINNINGS
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER

On March 19th 2020, Warwick Marsh and Kurt Mahlburg, Coordinators of National Day of Prayer Australia, sent me an invitation wake-up call saying, “Join us tonight and every night for the next 11 nights as together we cry out for God’s mercy for our nation. against COVID-19 Virus.”

Although I could not connect through the live-streaming webinar, I did connect with my Prayer Generals from Africa,  marshaled by Missionary Protas Bulinda, Coordinator of American Diversity Report NEW BEGINNINGS in Africa and Apostles Khassim Nyundo and Rev. Joel Ndunde, Intercessory Prayer Warriors who lead Intercessors of Prayer in Kisumu and Kakamega Counties respectively.

Before I got up for my Morning Prayer Watch on Saturday, March 21st, I was woken up with a Voice that told me to audibly tell all Nations to Put Away All Idolatry & Destroy Global Pestilence COVID-19 and Hate by applying Ezra 10:1-19.

We live in a world that is adversely affected by another virus more lethal than COVID-19, called HATE. For the past 15 years, Deborah Levine, President of American Diversity Report, has been addressing this enemy of humanity called HATE.  Together with the Mayor of Chattanooga, Andy Berke, they established the Council Against HATE, that I believe can be adopted by every state, religion, culture and nation worldwide to overcome our biggest enemy today, called HATE, through Global Interfaith Harmony that is celebrated every year in February.

In her very recent email to me, Liz Scrayer, the CEO of the United States Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) raised her great concerns for the Corona  Virus and said, “But it also isn’t lost on me that in the era of COVID-19, the USGLC’s message of America’s global leadership is mission critical to our nation’s interests. So we are trying to track it all: the global impact of coronavirus from the legislative to the diplomatic front to the developing world to the economic uncertainty. The magnitude of issues for U.S. interests and the world is daunting.”

As I am writing this message, Apostle Khassim Nyundo based in Kisumu City (former Nyanza Province) in Kenya is spearheading National Day of Prayer in line with the Prophetic Word that the LORD gave me on March 9, 2009 while in Mbale in neighboring Uganda after 40 Days of Prayer and Fasting for Revival. At the same time the President of the Republic of KENYA, President Uhuru Kenyatta, Vice President William Ruto, and Prime Minister Raila Odinga are leading the Nation of Kenya in the National Day of Prayer and Repentance in Nairobi, Kenya’s Capitol.

Through this short but urgent message, I am calling on us all, as respective leaders in our respective fields, to join Australia for the rest of the days left in this month of March to PRAY every Day and/or Night, for not only Australia and Kenya, but for their nations and cities as well, wherever they are located. We need a synergy of different capacities to address the common challenges/ opportunities confronting Humanity.