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‘Words fail me…’ Bishop Allan Kiuna’s emotional gratitude to wife, Kathy

Celebrating their remarkable 29th marriage anniversary, Bishop Allan Kiuna, the founder and head preacher of Jubilee Christian Church (JCC), has penned a touching message to his wife, Reverend Kathy Kiuna, expressing deep appreciation for her unwavering support during his one-year battle with cancer.

In a heartwarming Instagram post, the renowned man of God poured out his feelings, acknowledging his wife’s exceptional qualities and strength during challenging times.

The Instagram post read: “My baby,

Words fail me… every time I think of what to say, I’m overwhelmed. I’m overwhelmed by your fond thoughts of me, I’m overwhelmed by your love for me.

I’m overwhelmed by your strength and ability to keep things running while I was away. I’m overwhelmed by your wisdom and encouragement.

I’m overwhelmed by your ability to remain calm when the storm raged for over a year. I’m overwhelmed by how you command different levels of power to be at one gathering, yet all of us remain balanced in that no power outdoes the other.

I’m overwhelmed by your motherly nature to me, our kids, and our spiritual children. I don’t know yet how to put into words how I feel about the surprise you pulled on Sunday.

I am still blown away. Just the thought that you went through all you did to put it together for me blows my mind. Thank you for thinking of me in such an immense way.”

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Bishop Kiuna, who recently celebrated his 57th birthday on Sunday, December 10, 2023, was surrounded by love and well-wishes from prominent figures such as Mama Rachel Ruto and Pastor Dorcas Rigathi.

In his gratitude, Bishop Kiuna took the opportunity to express his deep appreciation to his wife for the heartfelt surprise and her continuous support.

“Thank you for going out of your way to make me feel loved and appreciated by my family, my covenant friends, my church family, and friends. Thank you for all you do for us. I cannot describe resilience, strength, courage, and hope without the image of you.

I’ll say this again, I did not know what was in you, but God has revealed it to us in this season. A woman of great power yet so humble, a woman of great substance and so much kindness. I thank God for giving me what I needed.

I could write many books about how I feel, but they couldn’t capture in fullness what I really feel. I love you, I treasure you deeply, and I just wanted to let you know that I am grateful for you.

I know that God will give us many years together, and I hope that in the remaining years, each day, I will be able to show you just how grateful I am. I love you so so much honey. @revkathykiuna.”