A year after its establishment, Edward and Erina Kataaha Bible College is already changing lives and making Christians professional fishers of men.
On Friday, there was excitement as the college marked its first graduation since it was set up in 2021 by Covenant Nations Church in Luzira on the outskirts of Uganda’s capital, Kampala.
Pastor Patience Rwabwogo of CNC, presided over the ceremony and gave insight on why they chose to set up the college.
“The purpose is to equip ministers of the gospel to go and change the world. When you see darkness in the world ask yourself, what is happening in the church,” Pastor Patience said during the ceremony.
She also shared four visions that should guide any minister of God specifically the graduands.
“The Vision of the LORD Jesus, like Isaiah encounters in Isaiah 6, Paul on his way to Damascus and John in Revelations 1 were part of the first vision. We each need a clear vision of Jesus in order to serve Him right. You will not be an effective minister of God without a personal revelation of Him,” she said.
Edward & Erian Kataaha Bible College was named in honor of the parents of the First Lady Maama Janet Kataaha Museveni.
The First Lady, a professed Christian whose work is driven by principles of faith, is also a mother of Pastor Patience.
They were part of the great East African revival movement that rallied many to find relationships with God in the late 1930s.
At the official launch of the College late last month, Maama Janet spoke of the profound work God is doing especially with Pastor Patience saying it, “is a testament to the rich legacy of faith that first lived in her grandparents whom she has honored in a special way.”
Covenant Nations Church shared these photos below of the graduation