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Men of Honor is a ministry of Proclaim-Africa to men making sure that Men take up their place in homes with a Biblical perspective. In this we hold breakfast meetings and fellowship, then follow up for men where men get to interact because proclaim-Africa discovered that iron sharpens iron.


28th-03-2015: MEN OF HONOR breakfast

We thank the Lord for His provision that has enabled us serveHim in Proclaim-Africa. 


At one of our Men of honor breakfast meeting where we had the former minister of finance speak 

(Dr. Ezra Suruma) one of the fathers union chairman at all saints gave a testimony how he made a decision on the cross road when he was deciding whether to go to another meeting or join ours, 

after him making a decision to come to our meeting he left thanking God because at that meeting he was able to get a speaker for their men’s meeting which was going to be held in a weeks time and he also expressed how he was inspired by the speaker of the day. 


Testimonies like these keep us moving asurance that God called us to serve him and His people are being impacted.


In the men’s breakfast that we have just held we had ProfessorAugustus Niwagaba addressed the Topic on “THE CHRISTIAN ENTERPRNUER and had the Managing Director of Malaysian furniture in Uganda give us a testimony about how he does business as a Pastor, Missionary, grandfather and husband.

We are so grateful to the Lord for the people who attended. We had very influential people from the government, the chief justice, Col. Bamanya, Pastors and Reverends from Anglican Church.  


Very early in the morning there was some little beat of rain and this greatly worried us. The rain really interrupts most of the occasions here. Nevertheless later the rain stopped, making it clear for most people to come. We had over 50 people all in total who attended.