During 1999 Calvary Christian Fellowship became involved with a small Ugandan church struggling to get established in a ghetto area in Kampala, Uganda. Their pastor, Joshua Magezi, is a gifted pastor, evangelist and counsellor who was converted to Christ at the age of 14. Previously he had been recruited as a boy soldier to fight Idi Amin's army.
Joshua has a big vision, powerful faith and a humble heart. He has matured into leadership through sacrificial service. As a teenager, committed to live totally for God, he began to clean pit latrines in a large Kampala church, sold matches on the street, studied the Bible, and learnt to fast and pray.
God led our leadership to provide support to enable Joshua's church to buy land. Our involvement with this little church in Uganda has probably benefitted us just as much as it has benefitted them - it truly is a partnership. We have seen God do mighty miracles for Joshua out in Uganda and it has inspired our faith as he has visited us and told of all that God is doing. Please read on to find out more.
Based in the Kibuli region of Kampala, Uganda, the Africa Greater Life Mission is an indigenous umbrella organisation dedicated to Christian ministry and practical care for those living in the ghettoes.
The people of the Kibuli church give of their time, energy and meagre resources to help the street children who scavenge for scraps on the Kampala streets.
Why I want peace:
I want peace becouse......peace makers will see God
Interests and activities:
Demostating for peace in a peace ful way .....and also bringing peace to children and women that are vulnarable