• In June, Kambua encouraged mothers who have been waiting to get a child saying she prayed, fasted and believed
Gospel minister Kambua celebrated her daughter's birthday in style. The singer shared the picture of a pink care written 'Nathalie is one' in an event whose decor was in pink and white.
Nathalie Nyacira Muthiga Mathu is the singer's last born. Her first born is a son, Nate. She lost her second born Malachi when he was a newborn.
Celebrating her, Kambua decsribed her as a special little girl.
"We had a beautiful celebration for a special little girl 🎊I’m grateful to my family and friends for pulling this together so beautifully 💕."
In a previous post, Kambua described her last born as her slice of heaven;
"Jehovah you have been so good! 🧎🏾♀️Nathalie, you are my living, breathing reminder that God is a promise keeper. A healer. A restorer.You my little princess have healed my heart in ways I never knew were possible.See how far we’ve come my Kanyanya! With long life God will satisfy you and show you his salvation. You will live to see the goodness of God in the land of the living. I love you my baby. I love you! Happy birthday 🎂🎉."
In June, Kambua encouraged mothers who have been waiting to get a child saying she prayed, fasted and believed.
"I lost faith. I regained it. I waited. And in the way that He does best, God did it. I am a mother of children. I’m sharing this for anyone who is at the brink of giving up. Waiting is not easy, I know. But God makes it all worthwhile. I’m certain we are all waiting for one thing or the other."
But today, my heart is specifically speaking to waiting wombs. The ones with open hearts and empty arms. The ones who’ve had to turn their babies’ rooms into storage. The ones wondering what they need to offer God in order to break through."
"Dear Mama, I see you. I feel and know your pain. Today I speak peace over you. I speak joy over your heart. May Jehovah wipe your tears. May you know that every whispered prayer you’ve made has been heard. And every longing in your heart is not lost to Him.As another mama once said to me- Ngai ni okaga! God comes! He does, at the fullness of time.Wait on the Lord, be of good courage, and He will strengthen your heart. Wait, I say, on the Lord. 🦋."