March 4, 2017 by Bishop Bill Williams
First Training Session in Wakiso
Sister Nakacwa Jane, with her husband Pastor Edward completed the first session of training for pastors from 13 different churches from the Wakiso and surrounding areas this past Friday. Over 20 pastors and ministers attended this inaugural session titled, “The Apostles preached God raised Jesus Christ from the dead.” Several pastors have sent their comments to me, Bishop Bill, Director of Apostolic Ambassadors World Wide Ministries, telling me they enjoyed the session and are looking forward to participating in the next one.
Apostolic Ambassadors is a network of churches, pastors and ministers in East Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda who work together to promote the Apostles’ Doctrine. We are, by the grace of God, telling East Africa of the joy and peace that comes from believing “Jesus Christ is the Son of God.” We explain that Jesus is NOT God, himself, but the Son of God. We preach and teach the people exactly what the Apostles preached and taught.
Upon believing Jesus Christ is the Son of God, new converts are baptized in Jesus name, receiving the Holy Spirit with the initial evidence of speaking in tongues. Apostolic Ambassadors preaches and teaches the same truth, the same Gospel of Salvation the Apostles preached.
Over this past year and a half, Sister Jane and Pastor Edward have baptized over 800 new converts, from 13 whole churches in Uganda. God has blessed this couple with the zeal necessary to spread His Word throughout the region.
Over 800 Baptized in Jesus name.
Others also, Bishop Ibrahim Lubega and Pastor Joel Kigozi of Luweero, Pastor Dennis of Kampala, Bishop Bossa John of Njeru, Elder Sewa Laban of Wakiso, and Bishop David Wandera of Mbaale, among others, have been preaching and teaching this same Gospel as God set Uganda on fire for the truth of the Son of God.
Bishop Moses Abiga, far right of Rusinga Island, Kenya
Bishop Ibrahim Lubega, baptizing in Luweero, Uganda
Bishop Bossa John, next to me in Njeru, Uganda
Pastor Joel Kigozi and his dear wife, Luweero, Uganda