In a church service of this Monday morning, the main topic was ‘’UNITY”. The preacher talked about both the positive and negative sides of it. The positive being: strength, continuity, development, success, expansion of services and it makes it easier for leaders. As he went on to explain the importance of unity, he referred to the bible
On reading those chapters, I started relating the readings to our ministry. My conclusion was, both UNITY and FAITH are what drive this ministry. I believe, without faith and unity, this ministry wouldn’t have done all the wonderful things both in this community and abroad. For example, the maize farm in Rwentanga parish, Vanilla collecting in Ibanda district, caring for children with disabilities and who are vulnerable, and many others. Believing in God and working together are what things in motion.
Published on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 05:38 Written by Michelle Schlein
CHURCH CONFIRMATION AT RWENTANGA PARISH, ANKOLE DIOCESE
On the blessed and wonderful day of Monday 29th October 2012, at Rwetanga parish, there was a confirmation ceremony. The guest of honor was the bishop of Ankole diocese who did the ceremony before the church service. As a chief guest, he was informed of the progress in the community and the church, and of other organizations and ministries that were recently introduced in their community. That’s where Harvest Hands International comes in.
After the service, the bishop and the church leaders came down to our farm to see what Harvest Hands is really doing. Guided by Jonas, one of our team leaders who answered all their questions, they inspected the maize farm and they were impressed with what they saw.