Monday, February 24, 2020
Lighthouse TV celebrates 24 years at Kololo

Despite the mid morning scorching sunshine, multitudes wake up to storm Kololo airstrip to worship the Lord during the lighthouse TV 24 year commemoration in service as the first christian television in Uganda.

House of prayer ministries HPMI choir alongside other choirs led the believers into praise and worship sessions.

 

In the same way, various renowned gospel singers ministered through music to believers.

At midday rabbi Schneider came to the stage and started ministering through songs and preaching.

In preaching rabbi Schneider urged the youth to avoid living in regrets and picturing themselves as failures but to trust God in everything.

The preacher used two sessions, the midday and evening sessions. Finally, he prayer blessing over thousands of people that attended the occasion.

 

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