What is Powerhouse?

POWERHOUSE is a men’s program designed to inspire men to express their sexuality purely, to love their women passionately and to live their lives purposefully.

What are our objectives?

  • Help men to guard themselves from porn or masturbation addictions and equip them with power to remain free.
  • Help men recapture the lost passion for working relationships with the opposite sex
  • Get men engaged in the habit of studying the scriptures
  • Grant men discretion power against sexual temptation
  • Get men to let go of past hurts and bitterness arising from flawed relationships with women, fellow men and their fathers.
  • Empower men with information to help other small men groups

Our mission

Saving relationships, one man at a time.

Our vision

To inspire men to express their sexuality purely, to love their women passionately and to live their lives purposefully.

How do I register?

Send your full names and phone number to info@penstrokes.co.ke

What is the cost?

The cost per man is 5650 KES. The payment caters for your stationery, your personal published copy of the course reading guide, venue hosting fees, administration costs and breakfast for the entire eight-week period. We are in the process of registering the company and getting a Paybill number. Meanwhile, payments can be made via MPESA to 0724 112 130 (No need to send withdrawal fees). You will receive a receipt on email after payment.

Can I pay in installments?

Yes, you can pay in installments.You can start by making a deposit of 1000 KES via mpesa to confirm your slot. Once the first 50 pay, we will have to close registration. The deposit is what guarantees you a slot. Ensure you pay at least half the amount before the course begins. The subsequent payments ought to be made before the fifth week.

“Get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding.” Proverbs 4:7 (NIV)

Where is Powerhouse held?

The venue is CITAM Valley Road (Formerly NPC)

When is the next intake?

The next intake is SEASON THREE. We start on Saturday 3rd February 2018 and run for eight consecutive Saturdays, ending on March 24th 2018. The time for each session is 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM. Please keep time. It is the most valuable resource.

What are the teaching aids?

We shall use interactive lectures, videos, group discussions and team-work activities as methods to teach.

What is the curriculum breakdown?

Lesson one: The struggle is real.

In this introductory lesson, we confess the problem of lust, its power over the man and we choose how to respond and confront it.

Lesson two: This is war

In this lesson we come to terms with the fact that we are part of an age long war and we must choose sides and familiarize ourselves with the enemy’s strategies and build our own defences.

Lesson three: Holy Joe

In this lesson, we will conduct a thorough exposition on Genesis 39. We will learn how to draw strength from God, and live full of purpose to help us resist the various forms of sexual temptation.

Lesson four: Team Mafisi

How we joined this club; how to leave this club. Focus on Proverbs 5.

Lesson five: Dame wa mtaa

Women have a profound sexual power that incapacitates even the strongest man. In this lesson we will conduct an exposition on Proverbs 7 and understand how the wayward woman ensnares the naive man.

Lesson six: No woman no cry

How to find significance, security and esteem from God and not from the opposite sex

Lesson seven: The brotherhood

The importance of fostering deep accountable relationships with fellow men

Lesson eight: My father, my father!

The importance of having a great relationship with our fathers and confronting the father wounds we bear.




Ernest Wamboye is a disciple of Jesus Christ, a husband, a father, an author and a speaker. He has been married to the lovely Waturi since September 2012. They have a passion for youth ministry. Together they minister to young adults on the gospel and pre-marital relationships. Ernest has authored two books, The Human Temple, a novel, and Lust and the City- a guide on sexual purity.

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