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ABSA Bank Uganda Limited

Account Name: Kampala Baptist Church

Account Number: 0341212731

Mission Statement

To develop individuals committed to growing in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ and leading others to the same commitment, so that we can establish a biblically guided and growing community.

To know Him and make Him known

Our Ministries

Pray With Us

Global and National Concerns: Pray for:

· People who are displaced by wars and insecurity around the world.

· Thank God for the youth camp that ended this week. Thank God for the facilitators of the programs. Pray that the young people who made commitments in this camp would continue to grow in their faith.

· Thank God for team that returned safely from ministering in a youth conference in Masaka. Pray for youth who made commitments in that conference to continue growing.

· Pray for the many valentine activities in our city. Pray that our own program will build people up.

· Pray for plans for the thanksgiving service next week.

· Pray that God would use our media presence on different forums.

· Illness. Pray for Olivia Byaruhanga, she’s not been well.

· Families dealing with loss week.

Weekly Activities

Saturday5:00pm - 6:00pmSaturday Worship Service
Sunday10:00am - 11:00amBible Study Hour
11:00am - 12:00amWorship Service
8:00am - 09:00amWorship Service
Tuesday5:40pm - 7:30pmYoung Adults Fellowship.
Thursday5:30pm - 8:00pmChoir Practice
Friday6:00pm - 7:00pmCorporate Prayer Meeting
7:00pm - 10:00pmT.G.I.F (for University Students)

Voice of the Shepherd

This week I experienced a lot of pain in my right leg and was unable to sleep for a whole night. The next day I went to see a doctor who took an x-ray and made observations from the x-ray. This was the conclusion of the x-ray report: Degenerative changes with vascular calcification and early osteoarthritis of the ankle joint. I am not sure I can explain the medical jargon in the report, but I understand “degenerative changes”. It simply means that after you have been around for some time the system begins to break down slowly. It inevitably experiences the law of diminishing returns.                                                                        

As I reflected on that reality and looked back on my life, I remembered many of my contemporaries who passed on in their prime. I was thankful that I am over 60 and still counting. I have lived long enough to begin experiencing the natural degenerative changes.

What are you thankful for today?