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This past week has been incredible and I have so much fantastic news to share with you. Last night we had a Girl's Night in Ross-on-Wye, on Tuesday The Tale of a Church Planter was represented in USA but to start off with I am going to share the most awesome news... on 12th May 2012, King's Daughters went international with the launch of King's Daughters Uganda.  I could not possible edit the beautiful email Caroline sent me so without further ado, read what Caroline had to say about the day. 
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King's Daughters Uganda
King's Daughters Uganda was launched on 12th May 2012 in Kampala Uganda.  We exist for the purpose of reaching to all women of all walks of life with the gospel of Jesus Christ by encouraging them who go through challenges in their marriages by trying to provide scriptural solutions.  We also want to teach our young girls on how to live godly lives because they are the mothers of tomorrow.


It was a humbling moment for me personally when the invited women began to stream in one by one with excitement written all over their faces. We began with a word of prayer, then praise and worship. I then introduced the vision and purpose of King's Daughters Uganda. We then shared the Word and later had an open discussion.

All the participants were in agreement that such an idea should be carried on as rarely do we have such person to person encouragement. Most of them accepted that they are going through turbulent times in their marriages. There exists conflicts with their husbands and what exactly is the role of women and mother taking into consideration the cultural set-up of African societies. Consequently, we are embarking on exploring solutions for these problems and try to provide sufficient scriptural backing for African woman.


We shared a meal that was provided by our  family. And as expected of an African mother, they never left their children behind. It was all joyful as we ate and reflected on the future of King's daughters Uganda.
The most interesting bit was concerning the lady photographer we hired to take photographs. She is a Muslim and we did not know about this previously. In fact it was my husband who invited her to the occasion with a sole reason of taking photos. As she was going about her work, interestingly she was keenly following the proceedings. At the end of the event, she humbly asked us "How can i be involved in this given the fact that am a Muslim?" She says that she has never heard  the teachings and ideas raised in her religion. She immediately registered her name and wants to be involved in the next meeting. She is a young lady aged 21 yrs. We intend to encourage her to join the young girls fellowship when we start our group meetings on 3rd June 2012. Kindly pray for her as we believe God for her salvation.


Also pray for us to continue the momentum and continued God's provision.

We thank you Angela for your prayers and moral support. We are counting in you for your Spiritual guidance, advise and direction.

Blessings
Caroline Emmy Mwawasi

King's Daughters Uganda are currently studying the Being a Wife series.  If you want to start a King's Daughters group please get in touch, we provide all the material and as much support as possible. See more photos of the Uganda launch here.
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King's Daughters in USA

On Tuesday I had the privilege of being interviewed by Missio Nexus, USA.  They have picked up my book, The Tale of a Church Planter, and not only reviewed it and endorsed it but have also used it as teaching material for a Church Planting class of 30 graduate students.  Since I wasn't able to be interviewed in person we set up a studio in my home and did the interview live through the Internet.  Isn't technology amazing.  More news will follow when the interview is posted on their website but in the meantime enjoy some photos of our little home studio taken by Lorah Kelly.
 

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King's Daughters in Ross-on-Wye


Last night we had a fantastic evening together with the ladies from Ross-on-Wye.  We enjoyed an African buffet cooked by Angela Olelo along with CythiaD7 Band did a stunning acoustic worship set and I shared a message about leaving your past behind and getting on with the future and hope that God has for you.  This was based on my Loving Life Series of books where I shared how God had taken the dirt from my life and turned it into a beautiful diamond.    


We successfully raised funds for Amos' education and Cynthia was thrilled to report that he is back in school with another terms fees paid up.  The highlight of the evening was the precious moment during the altar call where new birth took place.  I never stop being in awe when I see a hand raised to say yes to Jesus.  Praise God for new life!


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Have a lovely day and I look forward to sharing more World Wide News with you soon.

Love
Angela
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Comments

  1. That all sounds awesome! It's very exciting, Im so glad I am a part of it all :)

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    1. Angela18.5.12

      Thanks for all your support and photography Lorah :) xxx

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  2. Wonderful news. Thank you for linking to the Thursday Favorite Things Hop. I appreciate your bloggy friendship xo

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    1. Angela18.5.12

      Thank you for visiting Katherine xxx

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  3. That is very exciting. So happy for you! The home studio set is awesome!
    So glad I found you on Tuesday's Hop! Liked you on Facebook and will follow you there as well!
    Enjoy your week! You must be exhausted!
    :)
    nancy
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    1. Angela22.5.12

      Hi Nancy,

      How lovely to hear from you. I am so glad you are joining us.

      Love
      Angela
      x

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  4. cynthia23.5.12

    WOW how very exciting about Uganda, and thank you angela for your support on girls night in ross-on-wye.looking forward to many more.
    God bless
    cynthia

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    1. Angela24.5.12

      It is very exciting isn't it Cynthia :) Much more to come both in Ross-on-Wye and in Kenya. xxx

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