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Authored by Reverend Chaplain Edward Karanja 

Co-Founder of D.O.C International Ministries & D.O.C Kenya Fellowship with Pastor Tabitha Karanja.

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About The Book


Just like any other journey, the Christian spiritual journey has a starting and an ending point, explained in foundational instructions listed in Hebrews 6:1-2. 

In the series: The Pursuit of Jesus Christ, the first edition, Repentance From Dead Works and Faith Towards God are the first two. The key issue of the need for repentance, the related issue of dead works, and the importance of faith, its nature, and its application in the life of a Christian are explained and set forth. 

The second edition, Baptisms is the third of the six foundational instructions. The mean and the need for water baptism, and the baptism in the Holy Spirit are explained in simplicity.

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New Release

The work of a chaplain is to give comfort and hope. As a Chaplain, I have discovered there's a very, very deep need. The need is to give assurance. Consider that people who are nearing death need comfort and hope. 

The Christian journey has a destination: What is your destination after the end of this life, and how can one journey successfully from this life to eternity?

Pursuit of Jesus Christ: Baptisms

Pick up a copy for your family, your friends, and yourself. 

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Born and raised in Kiambu, Kenya, Rev. Chaplain Edward Karanja has been in ministry since 1987, when he was ordained as a Lay Leader in the Anglican Church.


With his family, they later immigrated to the United States, where he attained his Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Education from Beulah Heights University. 

He later completed his Clinical Pastoral Education Chaplains Residency program at St. Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta and continues serving as a chaplain for Vitas. 

He is an ordained minister who has been shepherding the flock at Elim Victory Church since 2004. Alongside his wife, Pastor Tabitha Karanja, his spouse of 44 years, they founded Destiny of Christians International Ministries in 2021. They have a daughter, two sons and four grandchildren.


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