Hundreds of outreaches took place in September in the Rubaga district of Kampala. From free medical camps to door to door evangelism to leadership outreach dinners, the city was truly saturated with the Gospel from top to bottom.
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Door to Door ministry is a powerful tool in reaching the community. Ministers come to a neighbourhood and go house by house preaching the Gospel. In poor communities like this, most people know each other and the Gospel spreads quickly throughout the entire community, even those missed by the evangelists.
This story was from our Kampala mission 21-20 September 2018. “ What I have, they need it!” – Pastor Rebecca Katongole “Mission is a shared responsibility, not pastors alone. It is not the work of AEE alone or the missions committee. Whilst I can do something about it as an individual, and so can individual brothers and sisters, we can do much better together.” – Rev Paul Ssembiro
One of our Gospel workers met Nasanga at a medical camp on one of the first days of mission. The following was their conversation:
Pastor Daniel Waithaka is from the Full Gospel Church in Embu Kenya. He joined the mission volunteers who had travelled overnight from Kenya, arriving to Kampala Uganda on Friday morning of the mission in September.
After 10 days of concerted activities, the curtains finally came down on the Kampala Mission 2018. It was a time of great celebration as AE staff, local pastors, mission volunteers and, most importantly, new converts, came together to celebrate the faithfulness of God over the mission period.
The Nakulabye area of Kampala is estimated to have at least 500 working prostitutes, some are as young as 14 years old. Others are married women who trek in from rural areas to make money for their families.
At the entrance of the Buskenyi slum in Western Kampala stands Nakulabye West church of Uganda. The side walls of the church actually form one side of the slum gateway, and the back of the church overlooks the slum proper.
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