Pastoral Letter – June 2021

Dear Brethren,I bring you Christian greetings from All Saints’ Cathedral, Kampala (ASCK).We are again facing a public health crisis brought by Covid-19 pandemic which has caused uneasiness in our daily operations. On Sunday, June 06, 2021 the President once again issued guidelines to control the wide spread of corona virus in the country. Among those,[…]

Why should Paul tell the Christians about their needs being met and yet he remains behind the bars of prison. Does it mean he is happy to be where he was? Paul is one person who endured trouble in its different dimensions ranging from lack of had learnt the secret of facing plenty and hunger,[…]

Blessings can be defined as life with God resulting in fullness and abun- dance. This is the life that believers enjoy in Christ as it is clearly written in John 10:10. These blessings manifest both in the physical and spiritual life of a believer. Many people have misdirected God’s blessings to be material and that is why[…]

On Thursday we celebrated the Ascension of Christ. It is a day when he was lifted up to heaven as we read in Luke 24:50-53 and Acts 1:6-11. While they were with him, he blessed them and parted to heaven. The two men robbed in white told the disciples that “This Jesus, who was taken up from[…]

Today 9th May 2021 marks the 75th Anniversary of the existence of the United Bible Societies fellowship since her inauguration in 1945. UBS is a Global umbrella with a presence of Bible Societies in over 200 countries and territories. For over 140 years, less than 10 National Bible Societies existed with the objective of making[…]

From the beginning, God created human beings in His own image and in a good or perfect state so that they fellowship with Him. Unfortunately, the devil in form of a snake came in and introduced sin which messed up the union. Man consequently developed a sense of guilt and rebellion. As early as that God made[…]

I take this opportunity to thank the Lord for his goodness and mercy towards our lives. Our Topic Cultivating a Spirit of excellence is a wakeup call towards glorifying God in ev- ery aspect. Excellency is the art and science of doing things well, decently and in order. You also do things aiming to please[…]

This is the first Sunday after Easter. We are in the forty days of Jesus’ time on earth. He was doing business unusual, appearing through closed doors and revealing himself to his disciples with an imperishable body.The Lord still surprises us by revealing himself to us in different ways. Some of us interface with Jesus[…]

Serving and being served is a concept which has been adopted by both the sec- ular and spiritual institutions which makes it more vital and urgent. Robert K. Greenleaf and others pressed the point that the best leaders achieve the most by serving those they lead. He even started the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership to advance[…]

Meaning and purpose of lent

We thank all those that spared time to join the Ash Wednesday service. Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, where Christians mark their foreheads with ash as a symbol of sorrow and mourning over their sin. It is written in Daniel, Then I turned my face to the Lord God, seeking him by prayer[…]