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Christianity Explored is having a profound impact on the Church in Uganda and other countries in East Africa, not least because it encourages small group Bible study discussion as an essential learning tool.
Claudia Beamish MSP (Labour) introduced a members’ business debate on motion S5M-16637, “Towards an independent Palestinian state: a Scottish proposal” calling for action leading to an independent Palestinian state and acknowledging Britain’s historical responsibilities in what was to become Israel and Palestine. Claudia argued that British engagement is needed now to help secure a better future for both peoples. Scotland could act as the conscience of the UK, working for true equality through policies based on universal values and those international laws which Britain drafted, signed and ratified after World War II. She highlighted the work of the Balfour Project in raising British public awareness of the history of Britain’s involvement in shaping the Middle East. She commended the six measures in the Balfour Project Call to Action:Continue reading
In our second week in East Africa, Jim McAnlis, Sam Oyirwoth and I returned to the Anglican Diocese of Kagera in North West Tanzania to train 70 of the clergy to teach and train others to use the course. We had launched the course in the Diocese in January 2018 and in September last year I returned to reach a course on Jesus in the Old Testament at the Diocesan Theological School.
Some photos and videos recorded during the journey to Arua in Uganda and then to Kagera in Tanzania via Rwanda and back again as part of the Christianity Explored East Africa project.Continue reading
Shadrach Lukwago is the founder and director of Goshen School in Luweero, Uganda. He is also a pastor, coordinator for Christianity Explored in Uganda and Kiwoko Hospital pharmacist. He and his wife Nora also care for numerous orphans.Continue reading