Dear Partners in Ministry,

Please find below prayer requests plus ministry and family updates.
Please Pray:  Covid has Touched Us
Dear Friends,

Thank you so much for praying for us, we have pulled through by God's grace

(The first week of June was tough for us. Abigail, Luka and Isabel have now recovered. Grace is also getting better. I am one lagging slightly behind with a dry cough. We are on medication and trust God to pull through. Isaiah was isolated because he alone tested negative. None of the ladies who came for the PT Shalom Women's conference is sick. We are thankful to God that they are safe.)

I made my last visit to the hospital two days ago, and I continue on the road to recovery. Everyone else is now well, and we thank God for that. Infection rate is high in Uganda and Zambia, people are dying at every turn. People that we know have died and others continue to go. Burials are handled by the health experts, so there is more pain that families cannot mourn their departed. One of our staff members lost an uncle yesterday, and his wife is not yet aware because she too is in an intensive care unit unable to grasp anything going on. Last night, a great friend and partner in ministry, Bishop Benon Magezi died. We served together in training the Chaplains to bring the Gospel through schools. Some of our relatives are also admitted in hospitals, and we keep on social media to update each other. 

Apart from bodily weakness associated with so much medicine, I am on the way to full recovery, and we are thankful to God for that. Isaiah is still in isolation and will be rejoining us in one week, if no more tests come out positive.

Thank you for keeping before God in prayer.

Julius D. Twongyeirwe
15 June 2021
May 2021 PT Shalom Women's Conference Photos

Here are a few photos and a video clip.  A report on the conference is forthcoming.
We are really are excited about ongoing ministry engagements that are opening more opportunities for the Institute to play its role of teaching the Bible and training Gospel workers to handle ministry. So the facility improvement and functionality of the PT Center falls within the work of mobilizing the church and training God’s servants to take the Good News.

We are once again teaching the Bible to school children, something we consider a great opportunity for the growing church. It is a wonderful opportunity to share the Good News with these children every week, and hear their testimony of transformation.

We were in the North Kigezi sub-region of Uganda during the week of April 19-24.

There, we held a Short Term Apprenticeship Ministry Training (STAT) for 25 participants, and also conducted an orientation for an additional 23 people who were mobilized for the PT Institute’s formal Courses. The initial course will be launched in August here. We then went to the Ankole sub-region where we trained over 300 church leaders during the week of 26 – 30 April. There as well, we hope to take the Institute’s educational programs to many who cannot make it to our venue (PT Center) in Kampala.

During the week of May 10-15 we are in South Kigezi sub-region, taking the Institute to people who cannot reach us, and teaching the Bible for church health, and mobilize Christians for outreach...
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Just like all Gospel workers the world over, we face an existential challenge to keep abreast with ministry amidst the pandemic. Corona measures have turned our traditional ways of interaction into virtual relationships.

With our trust and confidence in God as sovereign over all things, we in PT have made a slow emerging of ministry amidst the pandemic and ministry is going on to a considerable measure.

We completed the 15-week Bible Seminar online for 18 students on March 1. We also taught online and saw 25 students complete the Perspectives Study Program (PSP) on Feb 26. Right at the PT Center, we completed another class of 14 students on Jan 29. We had held a PSP Class at Kyambogo University where 20 students successfully completed the course in 2019, and had not been commissioned due the lockdown during much of 2020.

On March 6, we hosted 135 people at the PT Center, in a colorful commissioning ceremony for these, more than 70 trainees. It was the second time of holding such a ceremony at the Center, and we were so thrilled by the turn up and the encouragement from our local partners in ministry...
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Julius Twongyeirwe
Proclamation Task - Uganda
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