Kenyans turn to God for end to violence
Kenya's conflict-weary Christians are turning to God for an end to the post-election violence that has left hundreds dead and thousands displaced from their homes.
by Maria Mackay and agencies
Sunday, January 6, 2008
After almost a week of intense post-election violence and rioting, Kenyans on both sides of the political divide are turning to God for His grace to save Kenya.
Conflict-weary Christians across the deeply religious Kenya filled churches on Sunday to pray that God would intervene to bring peace where the political leaders have failed.
Jane Riungu, leading her five children in their best clothes to a hilltop church outside Nairobi, said, “Our leaders have failed us. They have brought this catastrophe upon us. So now we are turning to the Almighty to save Kenya.” the rest