The executive director of Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) Allen Catherine Kagina has urged Christians not to live their lives according to personal preferences but instead according to conviction that everything “we do in our lives we are doing for our Lord.”
The Born-again Christian mother of three (3) was among the key note speakers at ‘Transform, The Leaders’ gathering organised by Worship Harvest Ministries last week.
Your habits over time become the basis of your character, she told the congregation.
She explained that Christians character conducted in the light is just as real as how it’s conducted in the dark.
Kagina, whose agency mandated to develop and maintain the national roads network was merged in an ongoing massive reorganisation of government and realignment of functions, encouraged believers to pursue their dreams noting that courage is not because one is brave but because “it’s the right thing to do.”
“Many times we fail to go through an open door because we think it is not for us. Well, I’d go through those open doors – sometimes out of curiosity,” she said.
“The mediocre spots for Christians are filled,” she added.
Worship Harvest Ministries earlier announced in a statement that ‘Transform, The Leaders’ gathering seeks to equip individuals from diverse spheres with practical tools on how to multiply their influence, and network with over 800 leaders and be re-energized to transform your community.
Others who graced the gathering are Mr Alex Mutagubya, the lead Pastor of The City Church, Mr Matt Hannan and Ps. Muriithi Wanjau popularly known as Ps. M. He is the senior pastor of Mavuno Church, a movement of churches based in Nairobi, Kenya with a presence in 10 different nations.
Lead pastor at Worship Harvest, Moses Mukisa also addressed the gathering.