Phaneroo International Ministries’ faithful have this week invaded the streets of Kampala and other parts of the country to preach God’s word.
The ministry’s members who are mainly the youth (university students and young corporates/working class) put down their ‘human dignities and privileges’ to station at several street paths and junctions to draw many to Christ and God’s saving grace.
This Saturday, 10th August, 2019, the fellowship will be celebrating five years of existence, spreading God’s word and drawing tens of thousands to salvation.
‘Phaneroo is a Greek word translated as bringing to manifestation that which existed but is not seen.’
Last Friday, the ministry head, Apostle Grace Lubega also joined the members to preach in city bus. While preaching in a city bus, he talked about importance of getting saved and that no one ought to get ashamed of the gospel of Christ.
Phaneroo holds massively attended fellowships every Thursday at UMA show Grounds and two Sunday services at the same venue.
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 many as they can for the landmark celebration.
Mbarara, Kabale are some of the other districts in the country that have seen the streer preachers grace their towns.
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.