Exclusive: Rev Lucy Natasha reveals the kind of a husband she is looking for

Reverend Lucy Natasha has urged believers not to marry non-believers as religion helps a marriage succeed.

The soft-spoken preacher of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International, is an author of 12 books, four of which are currently available. She says the books have impacted the lives of many people because the topics are diverse.

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During Valentine’s season, Natasha launched a book called Before you say ‘I do’.

In a recent interview with Word Is, she said some people criticised her because she is single, but she said it was informed by the grace of God.

“I totally discourage believers from marrying nonbelievers because your Christian beliefs play a vital role in marriage,”

she said.

The census says there are less men than women and some are already married, leaving women at risk of losing out on partners. So what does Rev Natasha think about that?


“Like I said, I will use the Bible, Isaiah 34:16, to defend my restrictions on why I would not marry a nonbeliever. The book says, ‘No one who will miss a partner. Regardless of what the census is saying, I believe there is somebody for everyone, because God is a matchmaker.”

Other people are in relationships because of different situations.

“Marriage is beyond sex, and sex is one blessing that comes with marriage, but you cannot be in bondage because of sex. Relationship is beyond that. Sex should come after marriage,” Rev Natasha said.

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“I have categorised these types of single people into single and sinning, single and searching and those who are single and satisfied, meaning they are not ready to settle in marriage again, maybe because of their past experiences.”

Her advice on those people who get married and divorced is:

“Don’t rush, because when you rush, you crash. Build a friendship and learn your partner before going to the marriage, and stop focusing on the wedding as an event or the party part and failing to prepare for the life after.”

Another of her books is ‘God’s Leading Lady’.

She said it is “a book for women, because I believe that women face denominational barriers. It is just to tell them that as a woman, you have all that it takes to succeed, despite what comes along the way”.

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City Pastor Lucy Natasha causes stir online with slay queen sermon


Reverend Lucy Natasha seems to have left a lasting impression on South Africans, after he recent visit.

Pastor Natasha delivered a sermon on the difference between slay queens and real queens in a powerful message that South Africans say were fantastic.

In a leaked video shared online, Natasha can be heard saying:

‘The difference between a slay queen and a real queen is slay queens check what a man drives, but a real queen drives the man. A slay queen is interested in what where you are coming from, but a real queen wants to know where you are going. A slay queen wants to know where you live, but a real queen wants to know what lives in you.

Reverend Natasha continues her sermon saying

A slay queen wants to know he size of your television, but a real queen wants to know the size of your vision, so that she can ask you know does your substance match your vision. We are real queens and it takes a real Queen to spot a King.’ 

Watch the video shared below:


Netizens responded to the sermon with hilarious comments

Swart Gevaar..
Her accent doesn’t match her looks

I always thought she was xhosa😎😎

Doctor Ngwane..
Can someone please put a beat on the bars.

Doctor Ngwane..
I know Rato.😂😂but she was on fire

Zandile Nkonyeni..
😂🤣 The Real Queen Pastor slaying the pulpit.🤭🙈🤣

😂😂together with her vocal theatrics,

Prophetess looking like a real (retired) slay queen herself 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️

Kenyan celebrities whose parents you did not know are pastors

It is hard to imagine that some local artistes both in the gospel and secular sector have parents who are pastors given the fact that some of them do not talk about it.

Well here are some local celebrities you did not know are children of pastors

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1. Pitson

Known for his hit song ‘Lingala Ya Yesu’ ‘Wanajua’ ‘Niache Niimbe’ among others comes from a Christian background. During an interview with Parents magazine, he said it was not easy.

“There was a lot of pressure and stigma as a pastor’s child and little room for mistakes or normal reactions to a situation such as anger or hatred. I found myself wishing my dad had an office job like other parents,” says Pitson who says his heart broke one time when his father gave him Ksh 30 to go buy himself a shirt while his friends traipsed all over town in the latest trendy attires.”


2. Amani

Amani who is now a gospel artiste strongly stated that despite her being secular artiste before, her parents were Christians and her mother a pastor.

In a post she explained that at some point she had to learn to ‘share’ her mother with other peole after all pastors are considered as ‘mum’ and ‘dad ‘ by their followers.

“As a pastors child I had to learn to share my mum…she always put her family first but had to pastor many.’’ The post read in part.Pastors have a lot to give and their kids are always surrounded with a lot of love but they have to learn how to share their parents with others for they are considered parents by many,’’


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3. Emmy Kosgei

Emmy who is loved for her indigenous gospel music is a child of a pastor, her father. She recently shared a photo of her father preaching in Dallas, expressing her excitement at the fact that he was now comfortable and did not have to struggle as he is physically disabled.

He lost the use of his limbs after a polio attack.

My lovly daddy in Dallas doing what he is called to do …. ! Thank God for technology 🙌🙌🙌 now he has custom made electric chair for ease ,comfort,mobility and ability to speak comfortably at his age! Praise be to God🙏🙏”



4. Rev Natasha

She is an affirmation that the apple does not fall far from the tree as she has followed in her mothers footsteps of spreading the gospel.

Natasha is a minister at Oracle Of God while her mother is pastor with Maximum Miracle Center, and she is pastor Esther Wanjiru.


5. Andrew Muiru

Many might remember him for his energetic dancing performance back in the day, he is son to Maximum Melodies Pastor Pius Muiru.

What many do not know is that he is also a pastor himself, following keenly in his fathers foot steps.


‘I used to stammer when I was young’ Rev Lucy Natasha confesses

Reverend Natasha is causing a storm in the gospel industry not only for her zeal in spreading the gospel but also for her captivating beauty.

During a recent prayer session she shocked many after confessing that she used to stammer,she said

“I always say it was by God’s grace [that I went into ministry] because I used to stammer when I was young,”.

One time her mother organised a prayer meeting during which a powerful man of God who was at the meeting, prophesied that one of her children would be a prophet.

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The man of God also predicted that the said child “would reach many nations” with the Word of God.

Natasha and her siblings were called to the front by the man of God and it was revealed she was the one. Much like the biblical David, who was picked out from among his brothers to be the King of Israel.

“I was very young and did not understand what was happening. After they prayed for us, the greatest miracle that God gave me was the ability to speak. For the first time I could call my mum.”

Her parents started mentoring her and she became active in ministry. “Rev Teresia gave me a platform to preach during children crusades.”

She started her outreach ministry at the age of 19, first in various villages, then in East Africa and later the rest of the world.


Besides spreading the Gospel, she has other ministries that help the less fortunate.

“I’m also the founder of the Natasha Hand of Compassion…We reach out to those behind bars like in Kamiti Maximum Prison, where we take Bibles and basic necessities. These are people who society and even their families have given up on. We give them hope and try to show them…the love of God is with them and prepare them for life after prison.”

She also visits children’s homes and homes for the elderly. Thanks to her work through Natasha Hand of Compassion, she was nominated for the African Prestigious Award, which celebrates achievers in Africa.

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10 Photos That Prove Rev Lucy Natasha Is The Best Dressed Kenyan Female Pastor

Days are gone when pastors were known for their boring lifestyles. Nowadays, they have adopted sophisticated lifestyles; from driving expensive cars to living in posh places and of course dressing their bodies to perfection, unlike the past where they dressed in long garments like sacks.

Well, Kenyan pastors have not been left behind. Apart from spreading the gospel, these men and women of God are also trendsetters when it comes to fashion and Reverend Lucy Natasha is one of them. The celebrated female pastor whose stunning looks have made her followers brand her the most beautiful woman of God in Kenya, never disappoints when she steps out. She dresses in nice and fitting outfits which bring out her well-endowed figure.

Here are the top ten photos that prove that Lucy Natasha is the best dressed Kenyan female pastor

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