Robinson Kwesiga

Recent Ministry

We bring your warm greetings from our Katoonya community. Thank you for the support and prayers that contribute to the effectiveness of our ministry.

God is working in the lives of Dismas and Medius. This family has three children, and they live in Katoonya village. Dismas, the father, was saved three months ago. He was an alcoholic and had been fired from his job due to drunkenness. He often spent all his earnings on alcohol to the detriment of his children, who were unable to attend a school or have enough clothes or food to eat. Dismas used to beat his wife all the time, but when he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior, his life changed. He has joined God’s embassy, has a job now, and can provide for the needs of his family, including school fees for the children. There is peace at home, and we give God the glory.

Continue to pray for Dismas and the family!

Our ministries are meeting regularly. The men are making rotational visits and helping each other build simple but essential structures like kitchens, drying racks, and outhouses. The women are making crafts. The youth meet on Tuesdays for Kingdom Steppers. The children attend to learn new songs, scriptures, and poems to present during the Sunday main service as Young Ambassadors.

Bosco is married to Ruth. They have two children, Fortunate is seven, and Moses is five. Bosco sells his labor to earn an income but not enough to provide them with adequate food or clothing; they live in a temporary home. Ruth is in the choir, and the children are Young Ambassadors. They are filled with joy since they joined God’s Embassy their lives have changed. God healed Ruth from a chronic stomach illness, and she is now well enough to work and support some of the family’s needs. We pray with Bosco and Ruth that God will provide them with more work so they can care for their children.

Our church has grown from sixty-five people to seventy people. We are praying for the funds from our offerings to build the church walls. We are training our congregation to participate in ministry by giving them roles such as preaching the Word of God in the fellowships, at church, and other programs. We visited thirty-four homes with the past month and spoke with two-hundred and forty-one people.

Our team of leaders and deacons help God’s work in our community continue to run smoothly. Dismas, whose story I shared earlier, is a resident of the Murambo cell Nyakariro fellowship. He is the vice-chairperson of church construction and a member of our church choir. He assists his fellowship leader by preaching.

God is changing the lives of people in our village. One example is Kiconco, who is thirty-two and married to Apollo. Their two children are Akoragye, four years old, and Praise, two years. They live in Katoonya. Kiconco used to spend most of her money on witchcraft and had become poor. Still, when she accepted Christ and came to God’s Embassy, she stopped consulting the witchdoctors. Now she is saving her money and using it for self-development and paying for the school fees for her children.

Agatha is being drawn to Christ. She recently started coming to a prayer group at church on Sundays despite not yet confessing Christ as her Lord and Savior.

Praise the Lord for changing the lives of Kiconco’s family.

  • Pray for Agatha to understand her need for a Savior and to proclaim Jesus Christ.

The Story of Pastor Robinson Kwesiga

My name is Robinson Kwesiga, and I pastor the church at Katoonya in Rukungiri, Uganda. I was born in a village close to Katoonya into a broken family where drugs, alcohol, and smoking were prevalent. I partook in these activities but wanted something more from life and felt lost. That’s when Pastor Onesimus shared the Gospel with me and brought hope into my life. As I read the Bible, I began to wrestle with my spirit about the things I heard, the battle between my will and the Lord calling for my life.

After pondering the Word, I attended a church in Kampala, and it was there that God healed my heart allowed me to accept Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior.

In my 20’s I studied medicine and became a registered nurse, and through my church, I became a fellowship leader and deacon. After continuing my study of God’s Word, I became a church planter in 2015. Katoonya is a farming community interspersed with shepherds and cattle raisers. Witchcraft and demonic worship are something we face on a weekly basis. The enemy keeps many people in bondage, but we are making headway proclaiming the Gospel and seeing people set free.

With our discipleship training, we are equipping our people with a foundation of prayer and studying the Bible. Our goal is that our church members be ambassadors for the Gospel thoroughly equipped to do every good work.

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