Early Days of Bishop Muiru as an Evangelist
The ministry began way back in 1994 at a famous grounds in the city where lunch hour meetings were held. By then, he was known as Evangelist Pius Muiru who was connected to a Tanzanian choir that used to minister from 12:30 - 2:00pm, Monday to Friday. This meetings continued for two years before even the name Maximum Miracle Centre was birthed. It was then evident after the choir had left, that the call upon Pius was great and now the name Maximum was birthed. Rev Lucy who by then was known as sister Lucy, had a burden for ladies and also the ministry to grow, sought for ways to expand this gospel beyond the lunch hour services. Many people got saved through this lunch hour meetings and there was a need to be pastored and hence a hall was located for hiring in the CBD of Nairobi and the lunch hour services were then transferred to an indoor arena. People then flocked in thousands to attend and most of the faithfuls received Christ, miracles and grew in many aspects.