KAMPALA- Church leaders alongside their followers have been encouraged to stick on Christianity and neither should they fear or quit the Ministry because of failure to breakthrough.
This was revealed by Dr. Pastor Busuulwa Kayongo of Nsangi Christian fellowship on Sunday 13th Nov 2022 during a powerful Sunday thanksgiving service of “Nsangi Christian fellowship Church” held at the Church premises.
Pastor Kayongo who is also the director and dean of California River Of Life University in Africa told believers not be discouraged because of trials and temptations they may be facing now but rather stand firm in faith with hopes of seeing the faithfulness of God.
“If God called you and he spoke to you, stand firm and wait to see God’s faithfulness. The world is waiting to see your Ministry and service” said by Dr. Kayongo.
Delivering his sermon, Kayongo narrated a touching testimony of how God picked him from abject poverty, joblessness to make him an international preacher and developmental change agent.
“Do not get despised with what you see around yourself, keep and walk in faith you will soon make exploits for God because this generation and time shine in God’s service. The Bible clearly shows how Prophet Elijah, Elisha, King David and Moses served God in their time or generation and God did them great things. So this is your time to shine because God who called you and me is not seated” Dr. Kayongo added.
Nsangi Christian fellowship church was established 16 years ago operating in a papyrus timber makeshift structure, now elevated to a magnificent church building.
Pastor Kayongo recently established 7 campuses as branches of “California River Of Life University in Africa” here in Uganda with close to 210 students ahead of his newest established Wycliffe University around Nsangi in Wakiso district.
Dr. Kayongo is the International coordinator of Saemaul Undong movement in Uganda which is coordinating some developmental projects between the governments of South Korea and Uganda.
What is Saemaul Undong movement?
Saemaul Undong is a South Korea model of development which started way back in 1970 in Korea and it was introduced in Uganda in 2009 to eradicate poverty based on the three developmental principles of Self-help, diligence and cooperation where Villages mobilize themselves and develop their communities.