You probably know that this might be my last contribution on this very important page. Allow me to use this space to thank all my faithful readers of the things I have been sharing with you on this page for the last four years. I was often encouraged with the feedback that some of you[…]

Good morning Saints. I trust you have had a great week, where you have kept in touch with your LORD during this prayer Month at the Cathedral. For those hurting for whatever reason, I pray that the Holy Spirit will minister healing where it hurts most, and that you will cultivate the discipline of encouraging[…]

Every new day, the world wakes to an array of different stories gathered in newspaper, social media and all other medium of information. Different headlines covering lifestyle, business, politics, sports and even death (obituaries) are a common news feature in the dailies. Consequently, we not only read stories from newspapers but also listen and watch[…]

As we start 2019 let us mind about building “A Christ- Centered Life”, which is drawn from Philippians 3:10. The goal of the Christian life is to know CHRIST and desire to be conformed into His likeness. But Christ-Centered is a lot easier to talk about than to live, isn’t it? In the ordinary moments[…]

Dear Child of God, I greet you in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. This Sunday, we will reflect on a hugely important subject within the Christian movement: DELIVERANCE. This is a theme that also runs through the entire length of the Holy Bible. But one might ask, what is deliverance,[…]

Good morning Saints. I trust that you had a fruitful week the storms of this season notwithstanding. This Sunday, we are attempting to make sense of the fact, that when the Lord calls us into a relationship, He desires that we align our lives to His will, a process that requires a radical mind shift,[…]

Today’s topic attempts to demonstrate what the believers’ response to God’s commands ought to be. In Luke 17:1-4, Jesus teaches about forgiveness and the place for rebuke in God’s Kingdom. In 7:4, our Lord emphasizes, that if a brother sins against you seven times a day, and seven times comes back to you and asks[…]

Good morning Saints. I hope that you had a good week; because this week that had apparently been a fruitful week in many ways, at least for me, ended on a very sad note, with Prof. Muhwezi, our parishioner, losing his dear wife, Sarlome Kyatuheire Muhwezi, in a road accident. Only last year, their son[…]

Today is Pentecost Sunday, but why is this day so important? Even among the nicest of folks, disagreements eventually spring up. That’s why Apostle John took various opportunities throughout his book to illustrate the perfect agreement that exists between all the persons of the Trinity. The Trinity describes God’s existence as being in three persons (Matthew 3:16, 17; Mark[…]

Good morning Saint. I hope that you had a fruitful week, having chosen to go by the guidance of the Holy Spirit, for it is Him that leads our steps, when we entrust our lives to Him. When one reads the Passion account of our Lord Jesus Christ, it becomes clear, that by the time of his[…]