Brethren, as we address this matter, I am thinking to myself, you only have to travel in a Kampala bound taxi, where one passenger feels they are being cheated by the conductor, for you to realize how filthy people’s tongues can be! You probably have been in places where somebody opened their mouth, and all that came out[…]

MAKING A CASE FOR THE CELL CHURCH

I salute you saints! This Sunday marks the start of our Home cell month at ASCK. In light of this, I will in today’s article attempt to present a case for why congregations should transition from being, churches with small groups to becoming churches of small groups. I do this because I strongly believe that there is clear and[…]

I salute you Saints in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I congratulate all those who celebrated the family day with the rest of us, I think we had great fun! This third sunday of September, we continue with our broader theme of Train up a Child, but will specifically consider: instructing children in the[…]

HOPE FOR RESTORATION (JEREMIAH 30:12-17) Beloved, it is such a blessing to worship together with you this Sunday! I would like to congratulate those who had birthdays and all kinds of aniversaries in the course of this week. Please continue to enjoy the moment while it lasts. You have probably heard someone say that our God is[…]

Welcome to this wonderful Sunday. The Lord has willed that we assemble, hear and receive His holy word, give Him His due praise and bring before him the needs of the world and seek his grace. We particularly welcome and receive the ministry of the Lord’s servant Mrs. Grace Kalambo Masalakulangwa from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The Triune[…]

Greetings and welcome you saints to this wonderful Sunday. Since it is the day the Lord has made, we are admonished to rejoice and be glad in it. A week could be a long time more so if you are facing challenges. Whatever it is you are going through, remember the champion of our faith-Jesus the Christ-is still[…]

We do welcome you to this Sunday service and pray that the Lord will refresh and empower you even more for His service and witness. It is a Sunday when we deliberately proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and encourage you, the listener, to consider inviting and enthroning Jesus Christ; Savior and Lord of your life. We begin[…]

As we celebrate our Patron Saint Peter, I would like us to reflect on one aspect of his life that I am sure many of us would identify with – learning from his failure. If we are to examine our lives with sincerity, we will realize that we have, on our journey with the Lord made several mistakes,[…]

On behalf of the Pastoral team, I welcome you all to our last Sunday in May. We thank and praise the Lord for carrying us this far! I trust that you had a great week. Please allow me to draw your attention to this very important subject of discipling the family. When one reads Deuteronomy 6, you[…]

You are welcome to our thanksgiving Sunday. I hope that you have had a great week. I pray that the Holy Spirit will minister to you and that you won’t go out of this Cathedral, the same way you came in. I would like us to know that when God invites us into relationship, He doesn’t only[…]