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Dr Bill Winston postpones visit to Uganda

Dr Bill Winston arrives in Botswana 5th March 2018. Courtesy photo.

International preacher, author and television evangelist, Dr Bill Winston has postponed his ‘Light the Fire of Faith’ conference in Kampala scheduled for 6-7 March 2018.

His gospel tour across several African countries kicked off 27 February with a mega gathering in Capetown/Durban/Johannesburg where he revealed that God’s heart is to see the restoration and transformation of the Continent of Africa.

He was in Botswana early this week after which he was to appear in Uganda – then Kenya.

In an email sent to UG Christian News by Bill Winston Ministries Africa on Tuesday, spokesperson Teresa Barnes wrote:

“Regrettably, the Uganda leg of Dr Winston’s Africa Tour has been postponed due to some unforeseen circumstances faced by local host.”

She added,”We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused and trust God for another Uganda visit some time soon.”

In his teaching at the Faith and The Marketplace Business Breakfast in Botswana yesterday, Dr Bill Winston urged that the church has not been thinking big enough, yet “no one can do what the church can do.”

“Get your thoughts up there – stop looking at yourself and start looking at how big your God is,” he stated. “Through the anointing, God will empower you to know what you don’t know.”

Dr Winston was in Kampala last year in March, and testified about how he rose from that ‘nobody kid in the neighborhood’ to a pastor who presides over a church of over 15,000 members and has entrepreneurship schools strewn in all the five continents.

The free-to-attend conference at Serene Hotel was organised by Bishop Godfrey Luwagga, Bishop Joshua Sserwadda of Gospel Power Faith Ministries together with National Fellowship of Born Again Pentecostal Churches Uganda.

Multitudes flocked the venue including the State Minister for Tourism Godfrey Kiwanda Suubi, Kawempe division Mayor Emmanuel Serunjoji, former Forum for Democratic Change president Rt. Gen. Mugisha Muntu and former Member of Parliament Obua Ogwang.

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