Day 13 is the end of the second week the first day being travel and did not include. Today's excitement centred around making our first deposit into Standard Chartered Bank. Enter the bank take a number. In total I am attempting to make 3 separate transaction. 1. Deposit into account for first time. Waited my number. done. 2 New number. Collect cheque book and card. (Each transaction has its own booth, deposits, customer services, withdraws, online banking registration, chequ
Crusade at Grace Family Church, Kikiri (an idea of the pronunciation of 'Kichiri' close anyway)
Arrived late the traffic was bad do not have words to describe it, 30k about 18 miles 1.5hrs.
This is not a town crusade or a village on the roadside this is a village of the beaton track, off the tarmac then onto dust road the only way to find the village is to look for sign of a foot track then proceeded with care driving as you do not know where any holes are under the long gr
Into the final week. 21st celebration of Gospellife International ministering in Uganda. It was a joy to see so many faces from down the 21 years, with tributes from those that were not able to make it. Some I had not seen for a good many years and it brought back wonderful memories. Tributes were also brought on the day how Gospellife International has benefited so many churches and how church growth has always followed the ministry. Even to when walls had to be knocked down
One of those days of sitting in the office tying up the loose ends for the Crusade end of week.
Small set back🤔 rather large one really, the ground that was planned to be used for it, has now been given to another church and on passing their banners, flags and flashing lights were put up whilst we were in Hoima. Fortunately they are the following week but we cannot have the ground, called village politics. There is no other ground in the facility without having to pay Mega
Meet Angel, we visited he mother today, the mother has been ill for a month and has not been able to attend any meetings. She requested a visit for after church. She was so excited to see us, she said I was sick but when you entered my home the sickness went. What a God we serve. Meet Angels mother, she was so excited at us visiting she made 3 cakes one for each member of the team Day 11 morning service Pastor James on keyboard. He said, I had made a statement in May when sp
Day 9 & 10 continued Manya people came to Mary's house after the meeting and we had a great time of worship and prayer. Mary crawled out of her bedroom to meet with us in her small lounge, others were in her kitchen and in the garden. After prayer Rev Richard Nkunze prayed for her and after prayer with help Mary stood. Step by step her healing is being manifest, there are many fears to overcome but the more we lift her in prayer the greater the victory. We have agreed to incr
Day 9 & 10 Friday left Kampala for Hoima, as we were leaving confirmation came through from the Bank to say the account is now officially opened ready for use. Another milestone completed in establishing the ministry here in Uganda. On arrival at Hoima went immediately to see The lady who has not walk for 7 years. Taking her some foods and 2 new dresses, she was tsleeing us that due to very high sugar levels and high blood pressure she would not be able to attend church Satur
Day 8 Most of the day dealing with office items
Rather be out there in the field, being there discovered how slow the computer is, feel sorry for the team must get it replaced. Tomorrow off to Hioma meetings Saturday and Sunday
We have a bit of a special one for prayer. 4 years back met a lady by name of Mary. She had fallen couple years before and broke her leg, the bone mended reasonably ok which we discovered after sending her for xray. From the time of her fall to when
Day 7 into the second week. This morning's visiting office. Checked with bank. Yes it is open!!?? But due to system problem's, lack of internet, it is not open. This is a large international bank with offices in most European countries. No matter how big of there is no infrastructure then you are the mercy of the nation you are in.
This evening ministerd in a place called Matuga we were there for the mission last May/June.
Visiting were 12 to 15 young men, part of a group P