Here is the report I received from Sister Nakacwa Jane of Wakiso, Uganda
Report from Sister Nakacwa Jane
April 16, 2017
Greetings to you Bishop and the brethren in the highest name of our Lord Jesus Christ son of God. I am very happy to report to you Bishop that the following topics have been taught at pastor Mugereka’s church in Kalangalo :
“THE SIGNIFICANCE OF BAPTISM IN JESUS NAME TO THE BELIEVERS”
“THE PROMISE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT”
We have baptized 22 souls, praise God-Bishop. Much greetings from brethren there. We praise God for keeping us safe from dangers according to the journey we have moved looking for water.
Here, the people are walking through the forest to find water suitable for baptism.
Here 22 believers are baptized in Jesus name.
God is so great but we have to stand still until the lost souls are found.
Bishop, God bless you and all those supporting our work in Uganda. May God bless abundantly for your effort to find these souls wherever they are.
Sister Jane and Pastor Edward
Kalangalo makes the 15th church Sister Jane and Pastor Edward have baptized in Jesus name in the past 18 months. She preaches Jesus the Son of God, the Significance of Water Baptism in Jesus name, and the Promise of the Holy Spirit to these congregations.
Pastor Mugereka of Kalangalo asked me to send Sister Jane, desiring the Apostles’ Doctrine. Now there dear ones need bibles and bible study materials. Let us join together to help them with these things.
May God continue to bless the brethren of Uganda with truth, grace, power, and peace as they promote the Gospel of His dear Son, in Jesus name.
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Keep us and these dear ones in your prayers.
God bless in Jesus name.
Bishop Bill W. Williams
Director of Domestic and Foreign Missions