The organization ‘s objectives are to Rescue, Rehabilitate streets adults and alcohol addicts, Reconcile them with God & man and Reintegrate them back to the community once they are reformed. It was founded in 1996 by the late Bishop Absalom Ndungo of New Life Redemption.
The rehabilitation has over the years helped hundreds of street people begin living a new life after years of neglect on the streets. The idea for the ministry stated when Bishop Ndungo came across an adult street man in Eastleigh estate carrying a big dirty sack and looking down trodden. He later bought the man a hot meal and over the next
hour of listening to a story so depressing, he ended up inviting the street man to his house basing his decision on the commissioning by Christ in Luke 14:21-23, which commissions us to go out quickly into the street and lanes of the city as well as out thehedges and highways and bring in the poor the lame and the blind in to the house of the
This was a major risk as he could not have anticipated the reaction of his family members to dirty and sticky persons that he was bringing to live with in the families workshop which actually was an extension of the main house without even knowing the man’s moral character, but his faith in God and sense of compassion urged him to do
this. The family welcomed the man home and he stayed.
Unknown to the family, this was the beginning of having more of such “guests” and birth of Greater Life Concern Ministries.