About us

What we Do

We focus on providing the spiritual, psychological and emotional support through the various challenges encountered before and after quitting the Repentance and Holiness (R&H) cult. Our task is to present the Biblical truth, logic and support necessary for Ex-Owuorians to undo false doctrines, believes and lifestyles that hinder them from discovering the love of God and living their lives to the fullest.

Why We Exist

To Provide Support Before and After Quitting The Cult

We recognize that quitting a destructive cult is not easy.

In fact, many of those who've quit say that it took them awhile to quit R&H after first contemplating about it. 

We Cannot Ignore The Struggles That Survivors Go Through

From being followed with shocking threats and made-up slander and allegations to the challenges experienced in assimilating back to the society and everything in between, the struggle is painfully real for many Ex-Owuorians.

To create global Awareness of The Cult

Many families have been affected in one way or another are are searching for answers. We share testimoinies of those who have quit and expose inherent heresies in R&H with the hope that many will be delivered from the cult.

Depending on how long someone was in the cult and the extent to which they were indoctrinated and influenced by the R&H’s false doctrines, life immediately after quitting can be quite challenging. Due to Owuor’s focus on the imminence of the rapture, many of his followers took drastic measures to prepare for Christ’s second coming, and this unfortunately meant that many abandoned their career pursuits and family obligations to focus on owuor’s teachings. 

While a few will easily assimilate back to society, many are usually caught up at the crossroads, not knowing how to proceed, especially in the matters, faith. Some, unfortunately, cannot resist the urge to revert back to the cult to get the only ‘support’ they ever knew for months or years. Generally, survivors often report feeling frustrated, guilty, bitter, depressed and lonely, not knowing whom to trust, where to start, which church to join, and so forth. 

The Struggle Is Real For Ex-Owuorians...

What They Are Saying

How We Come In

We share the message of Christ through the blog and Facebook group, with the hope that they will find hope and healing necessary to move on. 

Our Motto is that there is LIFE after cults. 


We expose the heresies inherent in the R&H cult using the word of God. We also encourage Ex-Owuorians to share their testimonies, with the hope that by God’s grace, they will help allay the fears and the doubts that those considering to quit had.

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Owuorism Brotherhood

Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on twitter Share on telegram It’s a great pleasure to share this platform with like-minded people, and what a blessing to have Tanya Njuguna, an ex-R&H survivor, grace this blog today with her testimony! She first shared this post on Facebook, and I couldn’t wait to request her

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Breaking The Spell Of Owuorism

Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on twitter Share on telegram It’s always a pleasure to share these pages with anyone who shares our concern, and most importantly, with the cult survivors themselves. Caleb Mibei: “Being in a cult can be likened to being under a spell.” Caleb Mibei is a respected founding member

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Remember Who You Are

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on whatsapp Share on email Sometimes we all need to be reminded who we are. Not that we’ve forgotten ourselves, but because we often forget who we are in Christ. If you’ve watched The Lion King movie before, you’ll be familiar with Simba, the rightful

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Introducing Life After Cults

Quitting a destructive cult is one of the best things to happen to an individual. But that is just the initial step in a long journey to recovery, which often involves undoing false believes, practices and lifestyle, and embracing

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