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During April Peace has ministered, with the visit of Pastor Lloyd Gill, at a number of locations in Uganda, Africa.

Lloyd has ministered for Bishop Wafula Frederick, Pastor Simon Bali and Brother Timothy at a number of locations including Kampala, Wakitaka and a remote place near Lake Kyoga.

Over the years Peace has ministered in Uganda on many occasions, and a number of us have been there, including Lloyd multiple times. God has been very gracious in opening doors and allowing us to sow the seed of the apostolic message into hearts and minds across this nation.

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Uganda is a nation with a very high percentage of Christians, which is surprising given that just 40 years ago, it was in the grip of Idi Amin, a muslim dictator and the church was suffering. Bishops, such as Festo Kivengere had to escape through the mountains as church leaders were being executed and killed.

In the documentary Transformations II by George Otis Jnr, he describes how Christians would hide in the forests to meet and pray for their nation. It was a time of suffering and purging for the Church.

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I am now in Entebbe airport after just on two weeks in Uganda. This has been a very productive trip. I have had the opportunity to speak into the lives of a number of pastors who work in some of the more difficult places. These men and women will largely be unknown outside of their local areas, but serve God faithfully bringing the gospel to their people. These were amongst the most receptive groups of people I have had the pleasure to minister.

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Currently Peace Apostolic Ministries is ministering in Uganda. Lloyd Gill sends an update.

On Tuesday last week we travelled to Masindi, and the next day was involved in a workshop on education, speaking on Fathering and Sonship. I spoke regarding blessing and generational blessing, finished with prayers to release blessing. Also I was able to speak to a group of about 20 pastors from various areas.

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