Bishop Peter Njoroge Muya was a miserable drug addict before he
accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior in 1978. That’s when he
was totally transformed from a drug addict into a gospel messenger.
Because of his aggressiveness in preaching the gospel in Kiambogo
Village, villagers nicknamed him ”The Gospel Messenger”, a name that
matched his virtues .
Peter’s vision is twofold, first it is to reach the unreached,
and secondly, it is to give hope to the needy, the homeless and the
hurting in Africa.
His mission is to win souls for Christ and his motto is: “Woe unto me
if I don’t preach the gospel.” He attended Victorious Living Bible
School where he undertook pastoral studies and later he attended
Leaders Ministries Worldwide Bible School, where he studied on church
He first worked with Full Gospel Church for many years, and Redeemed
Gospel Church for 10 years, before starting his own ministry, “Gospel
Messengers Church”, in the year 2000. He has written several books and many
articles on faith, love, and hope. He clearly manifested as a unique
gift to the body of Christ in Kenya. Church leaders appointed him as a
Bishop in 2004. He is the general overseer of Gospel Messenger’s Church.
Peter is doing leadership seminars and training for ministers of the
gospel in East and Central Africa. He has worked for God in the
ministry for over 30 years. He is overseeing more than 50 local
churches. He is married to Mary Gathoni ,and they are blessed with two
grown daughters and a son. He is a spiritual father to many ministers
of the gospel in Kenya.