Thursday, June 20, 2019
Pastor Bujjingo Explains To The Believers The True Meaning Of A Martyr

It was joy and praise at HPMI church Canaan land Makerere Kikoni as believers thanked God for making them living martyrs.

The service was led pastor Bujjingo with prayers and intercession and pleading to God to make them living martyrs.

While preaching pastor Bujjingo explained the true meaning of the term martyrs to the believers.

Pastor went on to caution the youths who copy strange habits that put their lives at risk and forsaking the native traditions.

He further advised the youth not to despise jobs especially those living in Kampala city.

In the same service parents dedicated their children to God, Pr Francis victor Mutaawe led the children dedication service.

The services will continue none stop coupled with fasting and the sermon series named ‘tujooge’ season one.

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