By Elly Katahinga
The Deputy General overseer Full Gospel Churches Of Uganda; Rev. Emmanuel Kalibala has challenged all clerics to be true servants of God and His flocks, saying that they are the farmers and their farms belong to God.
Rev. Kalibala noted that religious leaders who have been in the ministry for long time should not grumble in the farm with new entrants because the garden does not belong to them but to God.
He made remarks on Friday July 7,2017 while officiating at the graduation of 8 pastors who completed a 2 year course in Bible studies and awarding of certificates and gifts to 8 heroes who started the Full gospel in Kabale region including Ntungamo District held at Rubaare Full Gospel Church in Rubaare Town council , Ntungamo District.
He noted that the Full Gospel ministry came into Uganda in 1960 and started in Kabale region and Ntungamo District in 1968 by many Rwandese exiled in Uganda including Pastor Jane Kemitavu who came to Kabale in1967.
Rev. Kalibala warned clerics to desist from owning the church, pride and malice noting that they are called by grace to harvest the flocks of God.
The principal of Bible study Kabale; Rev. Benon Mugisha asked the pastors who graduated to always seek the knowledge from Bible teachings in order to move from the false gospel to real word of the Lord.
Rev. Mugisha said that most self-styled pastors are not trained enough thus misleading the people.
The host pastor of Rubaare Full gospel church Rev. Lodovico Barugahare tasked them to be strong according to their call in serving the people of God as their predecessors did.