Children commuting in slums at night
We as spiritual leaders feel it is the task to look
for those that are lost without hope. Faith Power has embarked on
personal evangelism on the streets and slum places to reach those
who need the saving Grace of God.
|Children in Bundibugyo Town have
started a habit of commuting in the slums. Most of these children
have become unruly and a headache to the community. Others are
involved in drug abuse being initiated by older ones, sexual
acts including raping young girls, and thief.
Some children have responded
positively to the word of God and those who believe are added
to the number of our orphanage home until they are re-united
with their families.
Seen here Pastor Abraham Kisembo our personal
Evangelism in a slum
Our ministry still lacks a number of equipments
to use in fostering the work of preaching Gospel of the kingdom,
among which we lack;
1. Public address system for evangelism
2. A means of transport
3. Church shelters
4. Pastors’ Shelters and support
5. A Bible school structure
6. Orphanage home structure and support
I take this opportunity to ask our partners and
well wishers to stand with us in prayer and support financially
this ministry as the spirit may lead.
Pastor Tom Musoke
Tel. +256774473060 (For Mission’s Director)
E-mail:Pastor Tom Musoke