[ACNS, by Gavin Drake] The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has focused on reconciliation – one of the three priority areas for his ministry – for his New Year’s Message. The Archbishop filmed the message in Coventry – where he served as cathedral Canon between 2002 and 2007. It was in Coventry that Archbishop Justin[…]

Head and Helper

Text: Ephesians 5:22-24. The roles of husbands and wives are often confused in people’s thinking, especially in our present age. Before God, husbands and wives are equal, but He designed their roles to be different. The man is the head, the authority, and the wife is his helper (Gen.2:18). Therefore, the wife submits to the[…]


Text: Genesis 2:18-24. Any conversation about “Family” must begin with its origin. In the passage you just read, God creates all humanity, in His image, beginning with one man. Note what the Scripture says, “it is not good for man to be alone”. Why? Because God is not alone. The one true God exists eternally[…]

HOME CELL PAGE (1st January, 2016)

Merry Christmas and happy New Year! His Grace, The Most Reverend Stanley Ntagali the Archbishop of the Province of the Church of Uganda; and the Bishop of the Diocese of Kampala was the Chief Celebrant on Christmas Day at All Saints Cathedral Nakasero and preacher in the three (3) Services. Bishop Ntagali welcomed all the Worshippers[…]

ACP Update (1st January 2017)

Happy New Year! We are remaining with 61 days to begin construction of Phase 2 of the new Sanctuary. The ACP Team extends gratitude and blessings for all the contributions, prayers and desire to raise the sanctuary of God. Below are the milestones of ACP for 2016 The target of raising 1BN was set in order to[…]

Good Morning Saint, and Happy New Year! Welcome aboard 2017! We thank the Lord for ushering us into this new year; and I have no doubt that our Father in heaven, has wonderful plans for us in 2017, and that there are things in our individual lives, families, church and nation that He would like to accomplish,[…]

Text: Matthew 5:17-20. “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them,” (verse 17). Indeed all the Old Testaments prophecies concerning the coming and dying of Jesus Christ were all fulfilled. Jesus Christ came to save His own, verse 17. You need[…]

Text: 1 Peter 2: 13-25. “He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed,” (verse 24). Jesus Christ physically and spiritually became the sin bearer for my salvation. Reflect on verse 24, how does it encourage you. What is[…]

Text: Luke 24:36-49. Jesus Christ resurrected in a bodily form but with a transformed body and showed Himself to His disciples. He had flesh and bones. The disciples touched Him to feel the scars. Reflect on verse 44, what does it teach you and how are you going to apply it to your life? Father, in the[…]

The eternal Word of God became flesh

Text: John 1:1-18. “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth,” (verse 14). Some people had confused ideas, over the eternal Word of God becoming flesh, for example, the Nestorian idea that Jesus was two ”Persons”[…]