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Steven & Mary Moro


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Their Story

I was raised in a traditional religious home and believed that the way to God was through that traditional religion. I was proven wrong when one day I was woken up by a voice telling me to go to church. In my mind, it was a church like I had gone to as a child. To my surprise, on reaching a similar church, I had the voice telling me to move on. I unwillingly moved on and found myself in an evangelical church. The preacher that day spoke to me as though he knew me and that's when I had my turning point. Though I didn't confess Jesus as my Savior immediately, my heart was no longer the same. It took me some time but, I gave my life to the Lord after Jesus appeared to me in a dream five times warning me about rejecting Him.

After giving my life to the Lord, I lost my job. After some time, I got a new job as a Driver. That very day I was pulled out of the road by a traffic police officer who wanted a bribe from me for carrying two passengers in the back of the pickup. Since I did not have the money, I was taken to court and given two years because of the two passengers. On that very day, after introducing myself in prison, I was given the role of prison Pastor by the inmates. The whole time I was in prison, I was preaching to my fellow inmates until I finished my sentence. It was in this prison that I met a Calvary Chapel pastor who used to come and minister to the inmates and that is how I came to know about Calvary Chapel. After the imprisonment, I went back to Kampala and started a fellowship. Six years later, I was called back to Jinja to minister in the same prison where I served my sentence, and I did that for seven years. With time, I was compelled to start sharing my faith more around the city, which eventually turned into sharing in fellowships and then later pastoring. One thing which has been made clear to me is that I am to share the Word of God until He returns. So we share the Gospel to both young and old every chance we get.

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Population: 46,205,893
Location: East-Central Africa
Language: English (official language, taught in schools, used in courts of law and by most newspapers and some radio broadcasts), Ganda or Luganda (most widely used of the Niger-Congo languages and the language used most often in the capital), other Niger-Congo languages, Nilo-Saharan languages, Swahili (official), Arabic
Capital: Kampala
Religion: Protestant 45.1% (Anglican 32.0%, Pentecostal/Born Again/Evangelical 11.1%, Seventh Day Adventist 1.7%, Baptist .3%), Roman Catholic 39.3%, Muslim 13.7%, other 1.6%, none 0.2%
Did you Know?: Walking over pots, especially those containing food, is considered very rude.

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Pray for my wife's health, She had a stroke early 2021 and walking is a problem.

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Pray for me for God's wisdom, knowledge and understanding.

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Pray for Church land and building.

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Pray for a church van for transporting the orphans from orphanage to church and back.

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We praise God for a new tent, so our people and instruments are safe from the rain.

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September 14, 2022

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