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Nov142011

Andrew Visits Glory of Christ Church in Uganda

Andrew speaks at Glory of Christ Church.
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Every trip to Uganda includes a Sunday speaking engagement at Glory of Christ Church. Pastor Herbert Kiwanuka was the first Kampala pastor to embrace Andrew’s teaching and let it transform his congregation. Pictured here is the crowd that gathered to hear Andrew at the second Sunday morning service. There were no empty chairs inside, and outside, many listened on loudspeakers placed in the streets.

Pastor Herbert interprets for Andrew.
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Pastor Herbert began his ministry conducting miracle and salvation meetings in the outlying villages of Uganda. It was to these same villages that he led Leland Shores in 2006, pulling together the original network of pastors receiving Discipleship Evangelism training. This was the foundation that grew to become Charis Bible College, and the Andrew Wommack Bookstore in Kampala. Herbert has been a key to seeing the message of God’s unconditional love and grace take hold in Uganda.

We can still hear this choir singing, “His love has made me whole …” (Click to enlarge) Three young men re-enact historic drama.
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Each visit to Glory of Christ Church features the music of several choirs, plus a display of African tribal pageantry. This time three young men (above) depicted tribal warriors confronted with the healing power of Jesus. They celebrate the miracle that caused their tribe to reject superstition and witchcraft and embrace Christianity.

Pastor Herbert’s twin daughters join in a youth dance. (Click to enlarge)Priceless.
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The young dancers pose with Andrew.
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Late arrivals in a full house.
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Pastor Herbert Kiwanuka, what these eyes have seen… (Click to enlarge)Picture Pastor Herbert as an eight year old orphan watching a sudden hail of bullets and grenades explode through the wall of the only home he has known. The bullets riddle the bodies of his beloved aunt, uncle, and cousins. He is untouched so he falls down with them because he is sure it is some kind of game. His Aunt pulls him to her side, urging him to lay very, very still as a group of Idi Amin’s soldiers kick and shoot their way into the room. Miraculously, the boy alone survives and grows to become an angry young criminal wreaking vengeance on Uganda. In the midst of his crime spree, he encounters the one who so miraculously spared his life---Jesus Christ. When Pastor Herbert preaches the good news today, he knows perhaps better than most, the life changing power of love over hate, grace over law, and mercy over justice. This is just one more reason why we always look forward to our regular visit with Pastor Herbert and Glory of Christ Church.

Filed November 10, 2011 by AWM Media Operation Manager, Stephen Bransford.

Reader Comments (11)

Indeed, Bishop Herbert Kiwanuka is great blessing!

November 14, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Kimani

Brother Andrew is really awesome when he boldly declared that Jesus Christ paid the whole price for my sins and not some down-payments. I do not have to add anything more for my salvation.
It is amazing that I have been taught and hear everyday in my protestant church, just the opposite. It is prevalent among the distinguished evangelists of my country, India. I am so glad that Andrew have opened my eyes and see the truth.
I praise God for his ministry and thank him with my whole heart for releasing me from condemnation and guilt. It is true that I tend to fall back towards the old teaching, but I take great care in rejecting it and accepting the truth.
Thank-you once again for changing me from an enemy of the cross to the lover of the cross.
Binu Joseph
India, Kerala

November 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBinu Joseph

Thanks for sharing your comments Binu.
It is true, Jesus paid for ALL sin, past, present and future. In Him we are free!
Be blessed.

November 22, 2011 | Registered CommenterKevin Bree

Is there any other church (other than Glory of Christ) that AWM endorses in Uganda? I am looking to find a true church where i can belong and grow in Christ.

October 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterFlorrie

andrew is a blessing to me, my family, friends and church. we always look forward to his visit here and miss no word from his teaching. iam proud to have a pastor who is just like him.

January 11, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterdebbie mukisa

This is wonderful website. May the Lord bless Glory of CHRIST Church, bless all the lineage in there and may they continue to blossom and bear more and more fruit, the fruit that will last as per the will of Christ

William

July 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam Musamba

This is wonderful website. May the Lord bless Glory of CHRIST Church, bless all the lineage in there and may they continue to blossom and bear more and more fruit, the fruit that will last as per the will of Christ

William

July 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam Musamba

This is wonderful website. May the Lord bless Glory of CHRIST Church, bless all the lineage in there and may they continue to blossom and bear more and more fruit, the fruit that will last as per the will of Christ

William

July 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam Musamba

This is wonderful website. May the Lord bless Glory of CHRIST Church, bless all the lineage in there and may they continue to blossom and bear more and more fruit, the fruit that will last as per the will of Christ

William

July 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam Musamba

My dear brother in Christ,
Greetings to you and your family in the Holy name of our Lord Jesus Christ,

Wish you a Happy New Year 2015,

I Request you to please pray for our poor pastors, we are all very poor and troubles, especially we need Bicycles for Gospel work, we are all every day Going to village to village and door to door preaching the word of God by walk, and our Children suffering food and Cloths and education because we are all very very poor families, we are all preaching Gospel in poor villages so my brother please pray for our needs, our families, and for our work,

Brother, I and my family members and all our Co-workers we are all every day praying for you and your family and for your great work,
Thanking you my brother,
Yours brother in His service,
Pastor. N.John,
India

January 15, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterPastor. N.John

Great thanks to Andrew Wommack ministry for the great work done in Uganda and above all at glory of Christ church

you teachings about the grace of God is amazing

God bless You

September 24, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterJoy Kabanda

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