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Proclaim Music goes beyond borders to share Christ

Proclaim Music; live recording children worship Ministry from Miracle Center Cathedral Rubaga.

Proclaim music has embarked on oversea mission trips to fulfillment the Great Commission of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The well-known Children’s choir left earlier in May for countries; Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan and Singapore where they have since ministered at various venues.

“The People of Hong Kong are very excited. The Churches have been praying and opened wide. People are expecting God to touch them. They [Proclaim Music] have come as ambassadors from Africa with a message of Hope,” Rev Solomon G. Nabeeta, who hosted the team in Hong Kong said.

“Asia is receiving a message of Hope and although they have not been able to travel to the 77 Days of Glory [DOGs], we are expecting a touch through Proclaim Music,” he added.

Christians in Hong Kong constitute about 11.8% of the total population while those in Singapore constitute approximately 18% of the country’s population, according to AFP.

In April 2009, AFP reported: “Singapore has seen a boom in recent years in born-again Christian movements, which experts said people perceive as modern institutions reflecting their personal aspirations.

“We have come with the message of peace. The Gospel must be preached to the whole world. This World Tour is part of the 77 days of glory revival. We are blessed to serve God,” Proclaim Music said in a statement.

The Miracle Centre Cathedral (MCC) based ministry group is in the company of Mr Nicholas C. Muleme, their music director, and Pastor IsaacJoash, the general Manager.

While announcing the tour, MCC lead Pastor Robert Kayanja urged Churches in the various countries Proclaim Music will minister to “love them and bless them.”

“These children are ambassadors of God. They are not beggars but believers. They have an anointing that God has given them and literally, they are changing people’s lives. Miracles Signs and wonders are happening in their ministry,” Pr Kayanja said.

“I am asking you to open your homes as they come to you. Love them and bless them. they will come back and help us raise and touch children in Africa who seriously need healing and need to hear from God,” he added.

The tour is likely to end 31st July, 2018 with Philippines.

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