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Justus Amunga

December 28, 1961 - November 18, 2020

Posted by:
Rosemary Muhanji

Posted on:
December 30, 2020

Dear Household of Faith, may the Good Lord continue to comfort and strengthen you. Let the work started by Bishop continue long after him, victorious and even stronger in your hands. My condolences to his beloved Wife Jane, Children, Mama, siblings, and the entire ULOM family and associates. Grace and Shalom!

Posted by:
Nellie Achieng Dande

Posted on:
December 17, 2020

Baba May you Rest In Peace. I will miss your forever smile your wisdom and always encouraging me to be the best I can. Thank you for embracing our family to be apart of your family. You have surely fought a good fight now is your time to rest and for us to move on with your legacy. May God continue to bless your family and guide them and provide strength Till we meet again at Jesus Feet

Posted by:
Sarah Njuhi

Posted on:
December 9, 2020

Until that beautiful morning R.I.P

Posted by:
Peter Wainaina

Posted on:
December 6, 2020

May you rest in peace uncle. We the Ngigi Family love you and we love your family. Praying for you all at this time of sorrow and heartache.

Posted by:
Grace Wainaina

Posted on:
December 6, 2020

The passion uncle had in his service to the Lord and to others reminds me so much of my dad. Just like him, he fought the good fight and even in death he finished his race victoriously. He made a difference in the lives of many because of the difference God made in his. Rest In peace uncle. !!

Posted by:
Brian Hoke

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

I will miss Justus, this is a great loss. He was an inspiration and his words and actions will live in my heart. I will share his story and wisdom with my children and will remember him fondly. I will miss our fellowship. This video of us on Prayer Mountain is how I remember him. Passionate, excited and always looking forward. https://youtu.be/znajx0NYhok

Posted by:
Joe & Diana Bracamonte

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

It is hard to believe that our dear friend Justus is no longer with us. We cherish the time we had with him. A man of faith, compassion, love, joy and great vision. Let us be encouraged and cherish our amazing memories we were so blessed to have with Justus. We will see him again!

Posted by:
Makomere Gilbert

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

I may have not met him but I have interacted with his son who is a well behaved child, a sign of proper upbringing from such a great man. The general has rested but we live to solder on on this path to heaven .Fly with angels omwami.

Posted by:
Jane

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

Bishop Justus Amunga ,I wonder where to start the story. You have always been a father to us,our mentor (my), above all our Director. However allow me to tell you just a few things among many that I know about you. I meet you in 1998 when you were our deputy head master in highschool while I was working with the post office and I received an email from you about the love of Lord Jesus Christ, that led me to get saved on 1st September 1999. The first healing miracle was when he passed by my home, I was from the mountain for prayers, my son who had this issue of nose bleeding from birth, he was 15 years at that time. Bishop prayed with me and honestly my son got healed. the second miracle is when he started the children home around 5, were positive and took them to clinic. One Sunday in the church service he preached about the healing power when he called for those kids who were positive. He prayed for them and surprisingly when I took them back to the clinic three were found negative, I was shoked so I had to repeat the test again but still they were negative. Bishop Amunga had the power of healing which he helped many. I worked with him and he named me mama mercy since he saw my potentiality.. I was so humbled. He really loved my family, in my entire journey with him he has always been with me through my thick and thin he used to encourage me never to give up. i have lots to say but this won't bring you back, but all the things you have done for me I really appreciated them. Daddy, may you dance with the angels, may you protect us from where you are, you preachings, your everything will be missed by many,your legacy will forever reign on us....REST IN PEACE PAPA

Posted by:
Bishop Dr Captain Mulehi

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

We thank God for the life Bishop Amunga lived. He loved God and people so much. He was a displinarian who loved neatness and order. We remember his memories of loving children and always being there for his dear family. His memories will always live in our hearts. We loved you but the love of God exceeds ours. FARE THEE WELL

Posted by:
Christine Gori

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

Rest easy bishop,we will miss you so much. You did the best while on earth...May you receive the best crown.

Posted by:
Beatrice

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

Rest in peace brother

Posted by:
Aggrey k Ambita

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

On the behalf of my family, we send our condolences to the entire family of the departed hero bishop justus amunga who is now in the eternal presence of the Lord he served while in the land of the living. May the Lord strenghen you and show you mercies in every plan from this day until the body will be finally laid to rest. God bless the Amungas family.

Posted by:
Caroline siaji

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

so sad indeed but God knows why, Rip Rev

Posted by:
Dave and Judy Corbin

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

Just want to send lots of love and hugs your way. God loves you and we love you. Praying for you as you go through this time of grief but also praising the Lord that Justus is with Jesus. Dave and Judy from Life Church Aloha

Posted by:
Keziah Ouko

Posted on:
December 5, 2020

My heartfelt condolences to the Amunga family. May our heavenly Father give you comfort and peace that passes all understanding. Keeping you all in prayer-Keziah Ouko & family

Posted by:
Rose Mainah

Posted on:
December 4, 2020

May you Rest with the Angels Bishop Amunga, you have surely fought a good Race and now it’s your time to rest. May your soul rest in perfect peace.

Posted by:
Pastor Festus kwakwa- Bonnke

Posted on:
December 4, 2020

I am very saddened and devastated by the demise of our great father, mentor and Founding bishop of ULOM. Ever since I knew this man back in 1998 up to date he has been inspiring and impacting my life positively. We've been very close, serving together at the Eldoret Church, preaching together I mean the same message, at the same time and same audience. Bishop could preach and hand over the microphone to me to continue with the same message and end with a word of prayer, I emulated him and started doing the same when he was around at the time am preaching. Bishop always confessed infront of everybody that his heart was in Eldoret and for sure Bishop loved and gave his best for the Eldoret church. As the Eldoret church we are hurting, we are in great pain and deep sorrow. Loosing Bishop Amunga at a time like this is something that has left us crippled and paralyzed. This man Justus lived a life of grace long before even he started preaching the message of grace. Bishop. Could give you something you even don't deserved. Pastor Festus Kwakwa- Bonnke

Posted by:
Jackline wesonga

Posted on:
December 4, 2020

You fought a good battle till the end, we loved you but God loved you most, you inspired many of us, truly we will miss you alot. May your soul Rest in eternal peace.

Posted by:
Joseph Mulievi

Posted on:
December 4, 2020

Rest in peace man of God. You officiated my wedding. My family and I will miss you greatly