News

18
Feb

Rebuilding the Broken Walls

  The Jews had been in exile for seventy years and when they returned to Jerusalem, they found a city in ruins. The first group of returnees/exiles were led by Zerubbabel in 538 B.C, the second group was led by Ezra in 458 B.C and Nehemiah led the third group of exiles in 445 B.C. […]

08
Mar

Becoming Imitators of God

God has called us to imitate Him and there are many ways to do it but today we shall only look at 3 ways. To imitate means to copy or to take after a person.(Ephesians 5:1-2) You cannot imitate someone unless you know their heart and thoughts and likewise you cannot imitate God unless you […]

23
Sep

The story of the first Pentecostal church in Uganda

Given the numerous Pentecostal churches in Uganda, locating the first ever church is no easy job. Perhaps those born in 1950s and 60s would know. But even with them, one would need to double check sources as many give contradicting accounts. But after a dedicated search, I rise over the hassles and huddles. “The first […]

26
Oct

Karimojong Get Free Treatment

A team of 30 Christians from Kampala has completed a medical camp in Moroto town where they treated several people as part of their contribution towards the transformation of Karamoja district. A team of 30 Christians from Kampala has completed a medical camp in Moroto town where they treated several people as part of their […]

07
Aug

Develop Uganda, Janet Urges Professionals

THE First Lady and minister for Karamoja Affairs, Janet Museveni, has advised young professionals to use their skills to develop Uganda. Every young Christian must change the corner where God has placed them, she said. She also warned against being complacent. People have made their cities beautiful. what are you doing for your generation to […]

21
Jan

50 Years of Pentecostalism in Uganda

Worship often turns into fervent testimony, shouts and song at the epitome of salvation. In Uganda that line will be chorused aimlessly, as Pentecostal churches join hands, later this year to celebrate the faithfulness of God, who has made them a sore thumb for the devil for the last 50 years. Ugandans were first attracted […]