Bishop Simon Peter Emiau

Bishop Simon Peter Emiau the Chairperson of Evangelical Fellowship of Uganda (EFU) an association of over 20,000 pentecostal and evangelical churches and para-church organizations in Uganda. He is also the leader of the Pentecostal Assemblies of God, Uganda, a growing fellowship of churches that now numbers over 4600 with a membership of over 1 million believers. He was instrumental in encouraging pastors during the years of oppression and opposition faced by Christians.

He continues to help lead the church to engage in social transformation through local sustainable solutions to poverty and development. He is a gifted motivator and seeks to breed a ‘can do’ attitude in the lives of all who hear him communicate the message of the gospel.

He also leads the Missions Transformation Centre which seeks to unleash the potential of the church to touch the Great Lakes region of Africa. He is passionate about releasing the African Church to reach the over 300 Million unreached peoples of the continent, and believes in the potential of the African Church to fulfill the Great Commission and bring a message of freedom and reconciliation not only to Africa but to the world.

 

 

 


Bishop Joshua Lwere

Bishop Joshua Lwere is the General Overseer of the National Fellowship of Born-Again Pentecostal Churches in Uganda (NFBPC) - a national umbrella network of over 22,000 mainly Pentecostal churches, Para-church organizations and missionary organizations operating in Uganda. He is also the Director of Grace Christian Center Charitable Trust and Grace Community Support Program; and the founder of Grace Assembly Churches.

Bishop Joshua Lwere is passionate about national transformation and has held regional convocations all over the country to advocate the transformation of ungodly traditions and/or cultures; which have attracted key leaders ranging from Cultural Leaders (Kings and Chiefs), senior religious leaders of all the major religious institutions in Uganda, and politicians including the President of Uganda - H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. Following these convocations, he has together with key stakeholders facilitated the setting up of Transformation Initiatives in all these regions and/or Kingdoms.

 

 


Bishop Noah Pogoto

Bishop Noah Pogoto is the acting General Overseer of Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa - Uganda (PEFA-U); which is an umbrella body of close to 5,000 Elim pentecostal and evangelical churches. He is passionate about raising Christian Leaders and conducts Christian Leadership Seminars for Church leaders across the country.

 

 

 

 

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