Leave teknonymy alone and call me Wariara, a common name yet mostly misspelled. I am married to a lovely husband and we are blessed with two adorable kids. I am a gospel singer based in USA and my first album is called "Ndekia Nyumbuke". For a long time, music has been a soothing tool in my heart. I believe that any type of music even if it is an organized noise, that is rich in positive words, teaches the basic principles of life, exemplifies attitude and morality, and/or recognizes the core values of livehood, should be credited. The beats, the words, the tunes and the flow in any music cultivate a response in my heart that is never lost. When I was in the Christian Union (CU) fellowship in my yesteryears, I used to enjoy every moment of it and it was out of this Union that my dreams and ambitions to sing and record were born. As a proponent of doing the best while on this world, reaching our goals is not simple and consecutively, it is not impossible to achieve them once we believe in God, in ourselves, and in our skills and capabilities. Never limit yourself as I had done for a long time. Always explore your egoism, perfect on it and explore the inner you and out of that, make the best out of your gifts. Let nobody discourage you and always give a deaf ear to destructors as sometimes they will even bear false accusation against you. And that is why I also believe that whatever we do in this world shall be the determinant factor for the entry of the Kingdom of God - at the end will be hell or heaven! We have been given commandments to follow in this world in order to enter God's Kingdom; to love each other and love God - the greatest commandment of all, to forgive each other, to help each other and to respect each other. This is why my songs are based on true and practical Christian aspect that resonates with what we ought to leave as God's people. Some of us have never hypothetically understood and we may probably need counseling in this area, how some people seems to love God so much as acknowledged by the expression of their demeanor, yet so hateful, full of malice, jealous, full of pride, rumor mongering and despise others. That is why I urge you as Christians that whatever you do at home, in the market place, at work, day or at night be somebody that glorifies the presence of God. God is not too complicated as many of us may imply. What He needs is simplicity! That is where we have missed the point in time. I believe this too, that if you could remove a banana peel from the path where people are passing to prevent them from slipping and falling down, even if you did not have to say "Praise God" or "gave the testimony" ten times a day, the results of your actions will be heavily rewarded not only in heaven but also on earth. It is the little things that count! - For instance; smiling to others without a big reason, greeting people anytime, appreciating others, showing humbleness and humility, complimenting others on little things they do and trying to make people around you happy. These characteristics and others unmentioned are God-to-human actions that exemplify who we are and remind us that we are all created in His own image. My Favorite Quotes • A Parking meter reminds us that we lose money standing still. - Bert Krose • Spend your time and energy creating, not criticizing. - Dale Carnegie • Every day comes bearing it's own gifts. Untie the ribbons. - Ruth Schabacker • Hold on; hold fast; hold out. Patience is genius. - George-Louis • Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. - Teddy Roosevelt • A man is not finished when he is defeated, he is finished when he quits. - Richard Nixon A Word from the Pastor Jane Thuo is born again, gospel singer, a worship leader and a music minister who serves devotedly with United Brethren Restoration Center (UBRC) in North Carolina I appreciates her sense of commitment in God's work, diligence with her family of four and devotedly serves the community catchment as God's heritage. Wariara (her popular name) has truly confirmed that she is called to serve, commissioned to reach out for Christ and faithfully responds where duty calls as one "sent of God"- as one of her songs say "Nigutumwo Ndumitwo". Her sense of integrity and the ability to convey the theology of God through exhortation, attributes and peculiarity comes out powerfully through all her songs. Wariara's songs manifest and convey end time messages of hope, forgiveness, faith in God, values of God's word, spiritual freedom that makes one liberated, and the love for God through Christ Jesus. The words are seasoned for the hour and echo God's presence and faithfulness in our daily lives, making her music ministry unique. "Ndekia nyumbuke..." (Literary meaning being set free or liberated) - The song is evangelical in message, captures the heavenly vision and serves as a "tool of preparation for the Body of Jesus Christ" Eph 5:17 "Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is...be filled with the Spirit ... speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord" Therefore, beloved friends, thank you in advance for supporting Wariara's Music Ministry. Her Gospel music shares a message about God, inspires you to go out and change the world and guides you into a place of worship and reverence to God. In other words, let our faith be practical. We, Pastor Andrew Muthemba and Esther Moche Muthemba together with UBRC family support, promote and embrace Wariara's anointed singing.