Pastor Henry Ssevviiri of “Life Giving Stream Tabernacle” has witnessed the Lord’s transforming power as he reflects over the last 12 plus years since planting this church in 1999. Daily the pressures mount from a growing ministry and involvement in community transformation. which includes a Christ Centered Church, Clean Water, Education for 520 Preschool through P7, Feeding Center, Women’s Empowerment, Adult Education, Bible teaching, Preaching, Pastor, Evangelist and Training Leadership throughout Uganda and surrounding countries. Plus raising a family that honors God with their lives. To whom much is given much is required….Henry knows.
Many of you reading this, know Pastor Henry and his wife Mary and you have been a channel of blessings from God to be a part of this God Moment. THANKYOU! I have been partners with Henry in the Gospel since 2000, and personal friend’s since 1995 we have prayed together and watched God be faithful over His promises! THANK HIM!
As I prepare for our time together in June 20-July 5, with teams from Al, and Fl. I ask you to pray for us to be Spirit filled and lead as we travel to Jinja, Mbarara, and Kampala to work with leadership,Technicians Conference, women’s ministry, evangelism, water project, and school feeding capacity.
Henry’s heart for the Lord Jesus and his passion to spread the good news make him a valuable servant of the Kingdom. While we were together in January we saw another village like his own with a man of God at the center of leadership, with a vision to be self-sustaining as a community centered on Christ. As you pray for Pastor Henry and this village in Njeru, Uganda please ask the Lord to reveal His plan and provision to Henry so his steps will be ordered by God. We are praying over the purchase of property to grow food for the school and job production. Also this would be a great way to teach agriculture within the education process at Good Shepherd School. We watched God supernaturally raise up Good Shepherd School from ruins into one of the nicest facilities in the area and the student body grew from 220 – 520 in 10 months during 2010-11. Now the monthly responsibility that goes with feeding, staffing and educating these future leaders of Uganda, (without a steady income) seeing many of these students are unable to pay the school fees required. Right now feeding the children every month has become the greatest opportunity and challenge to see God’s provision. Please pray with us as we ask the Lord to care for these dear friends and partners in the Gospel of Jesus Christ! We are looking at offering individual sposorships for children with the greatest needs. Pastor Henry would not publish these thoughts and prayer concerns but as his partner I ask you to make this a matter of prayer?
Rev. Ken Galyean