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On the Road with Andrew: Uganda I

Andrew speaks to a receptive crowd in Victoria Hall in Kampala, Uganda. (Click to enlarge)“I would like to teach myself out of a job,” Andrew told the crowd at the Gospel Truth Seminar in Kampala, Uganda. “By that I mean, I would rather see you so full of faith and the Word that you would lay hands on people, pray, and see results, and never need to come to another of my meetings. When I hear testimonies of students who have seen miracles, I don’t get jealous. I get excited. That’s the way it’s supposed to be.”

Andrew calls Kampala CBC students forward to put their discipleship into action. (Click to enlarge)Through television, Internet, and book distribution, people were drawn to the Uganda meetings from Rwanda, Kenya, Burundi, South Sudan, Congo, and Tanzania. Many had come to have Andrew lay hands on them, but they were helped to see that God’s healing power lives in everyone who has accepted Jesus as Savior, regardless of their religious pedigree or qualifications.

A year ago, single mother Mary Kizze mixed poison to kill herself and her young daughter. CBC student, Mary Kizze (pink hair) prays for a guest at Andrew’s invitation. (Click to enlarge)Following a string of disappointments, she was unable to care for their basic needs and felt God had let her down. That’s when she found Andrew Wommack on Lighthouse TV, and a friend invited her to night school at Charis Bible College, Kampala. She has a renewed mind now, and is eager to minister to others in need.

Two books, The War Is Over and A Better Way To Pray traveled twelve hours by road from Andrew’s Kampala bookstore to Nairobi, Kenya. They had been purchased by Reverend Luckio Anglican Reverend, Luckio Otieno seeks prayer from a CBC student.
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Otieno and delivered by a CBC student. The Reverend is a lecturer at an Anglican Seminary. He devoured the books and says he will never be the same. All of his seminary training had never turned on the lights of his relationship to God like those two books. He came forward to receive prayer from a CBC student.

“Something is missing,” John Kimani repeated privately, Sunday after Sunday. He was a well established pastor in Nairobi but his soul was empty. “Where is the good news?” he asked Student, John Kimani, prays for a young seeker at the Gospel Truth Seminar. (Click to enlarge)again and again. One day while vacationing in the city of El Doret, his wife, Grace, came across Andrew on Gospel Truth TV. “I think I’ve found what is missing,” she said, “the almost-too-good-to-be-true news!” In time, they left their home, moved to Kampala and attended CBC. Tomorrow, they will graduate and return to Kenya to make disciples through a new ministry they founded there called, “Grace Experience Nairobi.”

Hallelujah! Expect great things from these CBC graduates!

God’s healing power lives in everyone who has accepted Jesus as Savior. (Click to enlarge)This is the way it is supposed to be, disciples ministering to others. (Click to enlarge)


How do you measure the eternal investment in Uganda? (Click to enlarge)

Perhaps Andrew HAS taught himself out of a job in Kampala. (Click to enlarge)

Filed October 31, 2011 by AWM Media Operations Manager, Stephen Bransford.

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