Apostle Grace Lubega of Phaneroo Ministries International last Friday joined thousands of the fellowship’s faithfuls to preach the word of God in commuter vehicle sin the city.
According to sources, Lubega was preaching the word in a bus from the city, Kampala to Mutungo, a suburb on the outskirts of the capital.
This Saturday, Phaneroo Ministries will be celebrating its fifth year of preaching the word of God and leading thousands to the Creator’s saving grace.
‘Phaneroo is a Greek word translated as bringing to manifestation that which existed but is not seen.’
As part of the activities that have now reached fever pitch, the fellowship is engaging in aggressive street preaching, participating in general cleaning of areas in the city.
A hashtag, #YesuAlokola is one of the top trends on micro-blogging site Twitter as members mobilise as mny as they can for the landmark date.
The anniversary celebrations that are now in high gear will be held at Kololo Independence Grounds on Saturday 10th August, 2019.
Started in 2014 by charismatic preacher, Apostle Grace Lubega, Phaneroo is a dynamic, life transforming and generation impacting ministry with a vision to transform nations and the entire world with the word of God.
Phaneroo holds massively attended fellowships every Thursday at UMA show Grounds and two Sunday services at the same venue. The fellowship’s influence also stretches to prisons with a vibrant prisons ministry deeply involved in preaching the gospel to inmates on a weekly basis, provision of basic necessities, legal aid as well as rehabilitation of ex-convicts. The ministry presently has a presence in over fifty institutions of learning through its schools ministry. Through its Diaspora arm, Phaneroo has spread its wings in several countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, China, Kenya, Burundi, South Sudan and many others.