Text: 2 Chronicles 2:1-18 As we read about Solomon’s reign in this book, he began with worship (chapter1, offering sacrifices) and now he continues worship by building the Temple. Tens of thousands of people were conscripted in order to accomplish the task. Some gathered quarried stone, some removed trees, some were supervisors. All this effort[…]

Text: Luke 24:36-53 By Jesus telling His disciples that everything written about Him “…in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms…”( v.44, ESV), He meant the entire Old Testament was pointing to Him. For example, His role as a Prophet (Deut. 18:25-20), His sufferings (Psalm 22; Isaiah 53), His resurrection (Psalm 16:9-[…]

Text: Luke 24:1-35 When the women reached the tomb, very early in the morning, the angel told them that Jesus Christ is risen (vv.1-7). The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is the major or central theme of Christian history. It is on the resurrection of Jesus Christ that the church is built, otherwise,[…]

Text: Luke 23:44-56 As Jesus was being led to be crucified, a multitude of people (including women) were mourning and lamenting for Him (v.27), but Jesus told the women to weep for themselves and their children (v.28) saying that: “For if they do these things when the wood is green, what will happen when it[…]

Text: Luke 23:1-25 The entire Sanhedrin council comprised of some seventy men, led Jesus to Pilate (v.1). There was no need for all the council members to be available; but they perceived that their unity in this matter would impress upon Pilate the seriousness of the matter. Jesus was falsely accused of: (1). Misleading the[…]

Text: Luke 22:39-71 After supper, Jesus Christ left the upper room, in company of His disciples, and went to Gethsemane, which name means “oil press”. It was a garden of many olive trees on the slope of the Mount of Olives. Jesus and His disciples used to frequent this spot whenever He wanted to be[…]

Provost Lockdown Now

Greetings in the precious name of our Savior Jesus Christ! The President of Uganda issued new regulations while easing lockdown by allowing cooperate worship to begin with limited number of people at each gathering. Therefore, in order to serve you better, we have put in place other internal measures to ensure that we are all[…]


“For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds.” 2 Cor. 10:4The African exodus cannot happen until we are equipped to deal with these strongholds. Psalms 18:34 says, “He trains my hands for war, so that my arms can bend a bow of bronze.” As we[…]

Text: Luke 22:1-38 The Bible tells us that “Satan entered Judas…” In fact, Satan gained control over Judas on two occasions: The first one was at the time before Judas began arranging to betray Jesus Christ to the chief priests (v.3), the second one was during the last supper (John 13:27). Everything is happening according[…]

“For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds.” (2 Cor. 10:4) Continued…Recognizing Strongholds:1. Strongholds are stubborn — They seem impossible to break. They cannot be broken down through religious activity or in our own strength.2. Strongholds are irrational — They don’t make sense. An offensive[…]