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As I prepare to leave Uganda for home, I think of the enormity of this last 21 days. We literally went from West to east. On one side the Congo boarder and the other just a stones throw from Kenya, with ministry and teaching. The blessing to me is to see the growth of the Carmel Bible College students that has returned to their native Uganda and to be able to work along side them. Yes it is with a sadness I leave but with the help of these now Pastors in their own right, set
We have the opportumity to turn this open death trap into a place of joy for a whole village. This open Well is right along a foot path, at night in the pitch black you cannot see it, children play around it and parents fear for the childrens lives that they may fall in. They need this water facility, all it needs to make it safe is a pump as you see in the second and third picture, please join us and turn this potential death trap into a joy. Robert
Bukoto Rural Evngelical Church Sunday 8th February At the very start of the third service, before Praise and Worship and before I preached the Word, Pstr Dr John Nuwagaba the Seniour Pastor, prayed for rain. There is a serious shortage of rain at present and it is affecting the crops and livestock. Pstr John prayed that rain would come before the end of the week. Imeadiatly after hearing the message, Dr John stood in the pulpit and said 'we have cast our one stone we have pra
The Church at Sibanga where we held the meetings with pastors from around the district. This is a very rural area where pastors may have to walk up to 5 miles to attend. This church is like home to Gospellife International as it was not only the first church we visited in this area but the only one. At the time it had just a woven reed enclosure that could barely seat 50 persons now out of that meeting in 1997 we have seen over 60 churches placed.
When walking around the village we came across this. I thought at first it may have been a pit latrine but wrong size and shape. This is an unfinished Well, it cannot be used because it is very dangerous.
A visiting government official wanting votes promised the well. It was dug and a cap put on promising to come back and finish, he got his votes and left never to return. It will take just around £500.00 to fit the pump then the village will have a costant supply of fresh cl
Here at Bukoto evangelical Centre we were blessed last Sunday 3rd service. It was a Divine moment that we had when the servant of God Rev. Robert Baker delivered His message that was picked from Psalms 23. Oh, the moments when God reveals the mysteries in His word. 1. As "The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want" in other words I have everything I need now and that I will ever need. 2. "He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me besides the still waters, 3. He re
Returned from Mbale to Kampala late Saturday evening, now off to Bukoto Rural Evangelical Church pastor, Dr John Nwagaba, he encouraged many of his young men and women to come to the UK and study at Carmel Bible College and as he says, I am now benifitting from their excellent training they received there.
More news later. Robert