We want to thank all the people who stood with us in prayer concerning the Men Of Honor Breakfast 20th June 2015. We had a good turn out though it rained heavily that morning (Rain in the tropics is not predictable): Kampala is so venerable to drastic climatic changes that at times it is unpredictable. fifty two people came (52). This time around; married couples were invited to come together with their wives, this was done because the topic we were dealing with involved both man and wife to be present unlike in our past meetings. The speaker dealt well with the topic “Raising A Godly Heritage”, Many couples appreciated this.
1. The speaker (Eng. Isac Kasana) encouraged parents to love their children and emphasized that children loving their parents does not necessarily mean presence of all things but also when you are poor you can still love your children.
2. Family is so important to the church structure and its growth therefore it must be administered with wisdom and with God’s leading through prayer.
3. Parents should learn and avoid dividing their children and work towards unity in the family. In conclusion he encouraged parents to live a life that mirror Christ that will in turn demonstrate the kind of life their children should live.
As an organization (Proclaim-Africa), we think this is a good strategy since good families leads to a health church and nation. If you have been following our blog, you remember the couples’ retreat we had, many parents were touched and a lot of testimonies shared. So, this is a good trend that Proclaim-Africa is taking.
Simon and I continue to learn a lot as the Lord leads us to minister and go along the people who have been in ministry from time of their childhood. It is such a joy to be around people who honour God both in words and actions (people whose life is Christ drenched). It’s a joy and we want to praise the Lord for that.
Despite of the fact that we have been trained theologically and we can handle the Word with great care and diligence in preaching and teaching; we have learnt that ministry of the Word is full of challenges thus it calls for a mind that focuses of God the sustainer and perfector of our faith.
Very soon we will start Romans Project Conferences in Gulu, Lira, Fort portal and Kitugumu. These conferences needs a lot of preparations, there are a lot of details involved if they are to take place. Please pray for us that God will bring His own to hear His word.
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May the good Lord continue being with you; “Devote yourselves to prayer, keeping alert in it with an attitude of thanksgiving; praying at the same time for us as well, that God will open up to us a door for the word, so that we may speak forth the mystery of Christ, for which I have also been imprisoned; that I may make it clear in the way I ought to speak.
(Colossians 4:2-4 NASB).
In the Lamb;
Alex and Simon here in Uganda.