Photo Gallery
Photo Gallery Article

Elim Uganda Initiates Morning Glory

On Nov 13, 2016 01:57 PM EST
Pr.Edward Kiggundu addressing the attendees after the prayer meeting
Elim leader Rebecca Asiimwe Turyahikayo testifying about her healing during the morning glory
Pr.Edward sharing about the word of God to the attendees while concluding

During the Tuesday lunch hour on November 1, 2016, the preacher pastor Edward Kiggundu got a revelation of morning prayer ofr one hour for seven days. On November 2nd, 2016, at exactly 9 am, the morning glory session was launched.

It started with the Lord's Prayer as the Elim leader Rebecca Turyahikayo Asiimwe had got a revelation on the importance of this prayer in the life of a believer.  The gathering only focused on prayer and worship. Jubilee Uganda, together with YEF Uganda, led worship and were later joined by pastor Kiggundu, who jointly led the praying session with the Elim leader. The session was so graceful and filled with the Spirit as all the attendees felt the power of God and the Holy Spirit

At the end of the session the Elim leader testified about the power of prayer in one's life and said that with prayer even impossibilities are made possible because during prayer we were communicating to our God who had done great things in our lives. Pastor Kiggundu had this to say, " Every believer is as strong or weak as their prayer closet is."

As believers, let us ask God through the Holy Spirit to teach us how to pray for one's prayer is his/her greatest strength and fighting weapon. The youth who attended the meeting were amazed at how long they could actually pray. Some of them were very excited since it was their very first time to pray for over an hour without running short of words.

More than 600 Christian families are making their way back to the Nineveh Plains in northern Iraq to rebuild their lives from scratch, the Syriac Catholic Archbishop of Mosul told Christian charity Aid to the Church in Need.
An Iranian Christian celebrity who is at the risk of deportation from Sweden to Iran could be saved from prison, abuse, and possibly death, by the Hungarian government, which has announced that it is ready to offer refugee status to her.
An early morning shooting spree on Aug. 6 at a Catholic church in Ozubulu, Anambra State in southern Nigeria has left 13 parishioners dead and several others wounded, according to police.