Some radical Muslims in attendance also broke the motorcycle of the Christians and tore up their Bibles. The event was organized by Muslims.
“Our evangelist was killed because of his passion for preaching the good news of Jesus Christ, especially to Muslims”, said the pastor of Bere’s church in Uganda.
The suspect sought Allah’s reward, source says.
“Since December 2022, they started threatening to kill us if we continued missing attending the mosque”, said the pastor’s wife.
He helped a pastor begin Christian-Muslim debates in mid-2021, and in one year over 100 Muslims put their faith in Christ.
Muslim extremists beat 2 Christians with cane, and a house where a cell fellowship of 23 people met was totally burned.
When the five evangelical church planters refused to renounce Christ, Muslim extremists seized them and let them drown in central Uganda’s Lake Kyoga.
His Muslim relatives accused the Christian evangelist of holding open-air meetings and debates.
Muslim extremists tried to kill the apologist while they threatened him: “You have terrorized our religion. Today Allah has called you, and you are going to meet him” .
The mother of five fled in 2015 after her husband was killed.
The pastor had received threats from Muslims. He and his son were slain after visiting the Congo border for missionary work.
The Geneva Consensus Declaration states that “there is no international right to abortion”. The document tackles the promotion of equal rights for women and the need for universal health coverage.
One young Christian man in eastern Uganda has died after family members beat him for leaving Islam while his cousin, also beaten, clings to life.
Unable to return to her home in western Uganda due to Covid-19 travel restrictions, Rehema Kyomuhendo was in the eastern part of the country when she first heard about Christ.
Confronting gender bias and cen in reintegration.
“I still have fears since I am taking care of many converts from Islam. I know nothing will separate me from the love of Christ and in serving Him”, says Hassan Muwanguzi.
“Queen of Katwe” is the true story of Phiona Mutesi, an Ugandan girl who became a professional chess player, with the help of a Christian ministry which works with children in Africa.
“I had to flee that night, leaving my entire family behind,” said Kuluseni Iguru Tenywa, the father of four children.
28 boys and girls from Uganda sing songs of hope in a tour through Spain. Photos of a concert at an evangelical church in Terrassa.
Christian woman killed for refusing to allow a mosque on her property. In the same district, Muslim relatives of a young Christian mother poisoned her baby.
Although about 85 percent of the people in Uganda are Christian, many have died, kidnapped, or threatened just for confessing their faith in the last months.