• The book can be found in bookshops.
• Onsongo has urged Kenyans to be resilient and patient during these difficult times when the country is going through a number of challenges.
The Director of the Miracle foundation Initiative (BTM) James Onsongo has launched a Study Book titled; Rebuilding the Broken Walls.
Onsongo, who also doubles up as the Personal Assistant to Bishop William Tuimising of Deliverance Church wrote the book to inspire people to rebuild their lives.
"I was doing a study of the book of Nehemiah as I felt that my life had issues that needed to be rebuilt. After studying the book of Nehemiah, I realised that there are lessons that can be learned for people to rebuild their lives, the community, and the nation. It was an inspiration that led me to write the book,” Onsongo said.
Onsongo has urged Kenyans to be resilient and patient during these difficult times when the country is going through a number of challenges.
"In this pandemic, we need to embrace each other, be patient with one another. Many things got broken during this period, we need to rebuild. It might not be easy but we need to be resilient, support one another as we get through this pandemic.”
“We should positively take this pandemic to challenge us to always think outside the box, think about your brother and sister outside there and work for the betterment of our nation as we are a family,” he said.
BTM is a community-based organisation that was formed to bring young people together and improve their lives, with a vision to create a better Kenya and to empower young people.
The book can be found in bookshops.