The Proclamation Task

PT-USA, the U.S. support team for The Proclamation Task, has set up this Facebook to help friends and supporters of PT stay in touch with ministry news.

Postings on this page are comprised of notifications from the PT-USA team, and copies of emails sent to PT-USA by Julius Twongyeirwe. Rev. Julius Twongyeirwe has also set up a personal page: https://www.facebook.com/julius.twongyeirwe

His email address is [email protected].

mailchi.mp 02/10/2020

Online Gospel Training during COVID-19: A Humble Appeal

Online Gospel Training during COVID-19: A Humble Appeal - https://mailchi.mp/65856f40da96/ndgitxs580-2499882

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mailchi.mp 27/03/2020

Thinking about you from afar / PT News Update

Thinking about you from afar / PT News Update - https://mailchi.mp/f1863fa576dd/ndgitxs580-2455425

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mailchi.mp 04/12/2019

Ministry and Family Updates; Encouragement to Partner with PT; How to Support PT (Introducing EquipNet)

Ministry and Family Updates; Encouragement to Partner with PT; How to Support PT (Introducing EquipNet) - https://mailchi.mp/7d9a6f4fda33/ndgitxs580-2426441

mailchi.mp We are safe and fellowshipping in Brazil. We finished participating in the Brazilian Mission Mobilization Congress  which also marked ten years of Perspectives here. then we moved to our current venue for the Global Mobilization Consultation. We are 350 from 50 countries. There is good food (the Br...

mailchi.mp 08/10/2019

PT University Students' Conference and PT Reformation Women's Seminar

PT University Students' Conference and PT Reformation Women's Seminar - https://mailchi.mp/cc67423ba057/ndgitxs580-1369301

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mailchi.mp 02/08/2019

PT Institute News - Formal Instruction Begins at the PT Center !

PT Institute News - Formal Instruction Begins at the PT Center ! - https://mailchi.mp/0cb5cf3b7d08/ndgitxs580-1352621

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mailchi.mp 28/06/2019

Ministry News - PT Institute Special Meeting & PT Shalom Update

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mailchi.mp 29/04/2019

Ministry Update Jan-Apr 2019

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mailchi.mp 27/09/2018

PT Shalom Women's Ministry Report, PT Ministry Overview, and USA Visit Appreciation

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mailchi.mp Following our five-week visit among you loved-ones in USA, we returned to Uganda two and half weeks ago. We found that all our people – family, PT staff, Berea Church, ministry partners and neighbors – were preserved well by our loving God. For that we are truly grateful. We resumed in full gear...

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June 9, 2018 Portland Reception for Julius and Grace Twongyeirwe

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mailchi.mp 11/04/2018

2018 Portland USA Visit - Update

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20/10/2017

Kindly pray for me Saturday October 21st

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mailchi.mp Dear Partners in Ministry, Please join with us in prayer as I will handle this speaking engagement among Christian professionals on the morning of Saturday, October 21st.

17/08/2017

Family News, Construction Update, The Reformer magazine

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mailchi.mp Dear Partners in Ministry, Let us bring you some news from our household. Isaac is returning to school tomorrow; while Abigail and Isaiah are closing school for a two-week break. Isabel is at home for some more months and we are all shielded well in Christ, serving him with his energy and living for...

25/05/2017

PT Shalom Conference - It Is Happening Now and It's Wonderful

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mailchi.mp Let me take this brief opportunity to share with you that the Shalom Women’s Annual Conference is in its second day since 120 women, mainly pastors’ wives arrived at the PT Center on Monday. It is a wonderful thing to be involved in and to behold. The sessions, the music, the reunion, the food, the…

22/03/2017

Quarterly Ministry Report

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us6.campaign-archive2.com With your great support, we are growing together with the ministry of our call, and God has upheld his faithfulness among us in unique ways.

14/03/2017

National Missions Movement & PT Center Update

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us6.campaign-archive1.com With great satisfaction and jubilation, we announce to you friends that a national missions movement was successfully launched by Christian leaders in Uganda, for Gospel mission. The movement is called

28/12/2016

A Bit of Family Update

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us6.campaign-archive1.com .Dear Friends, The memories we still have and every recall of how each of you and many others were used of God to uphold us - those remain vivid and cherished by us. Below is a better reminder, so that just as our memories of you remain alive in us, yours may also remain alive in regard to us.Julius...

14/07/2016

Updates

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us6.campaign-archive2.com The Students Bible conference went so well, much better than we had even anticipated. The students were responsive and the instructors handled the teaching so well. Over 80 students from four universities and two other tertiary institutions around Kampala participated in the one day event. Under th...

21/03/2016

Updates on first book, other publications, ministry, construction and family

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us6.campaign-archive1.com Dearly-loved PT Ministry Partners, We greet you all and think about you often as we handle construction work at the PT Center, which is in full gear.

Thank you for serving with us 06/02/2016

Dearly-loved PT Ministry Partners,

We continue to receive news about your unshakable stand in the ministry that we share. This is very good news to us, and a constant reminder of how God has positioned his work in the whole world. We appreciate your enduring support for many years, and by God's grace, seek to handle the Gospel task with a faithful representation of your hearts and concern in Uganda. Where your resources are directed by God, there your work is accomplished. We are serving our Master Jesus Christ with your encouragement.

Again, your support remains a clear evidence that we are linked to a fraternity that is broad in its size and varied in its makeup and deep in its connection around common values of our one Father. I think of how Paul knew that ministry was about such a team. He knew that his life was an essay in working together, sharing together and accomplishing together. Virtually, the ending of every letter of Paul was about the people he was connected to in Christ, and his desires and hopes for them.

I have been looking at the people and their roles in Paul's life in Colossians. 4:7-18, and having identified with a discouraged church leader known as Archippus (4:17) I take Paul's charge even more seriously, and your involvement to supply for the needs of this ministry in this way is therefore indescribable.

We had an opportunity yesterday to join Dr. Peter Asiimwe, PT Board Chair for thanksgiving at All Saints Cathedral upon his completion of his PhD. I was his "best man" and Grace was "matron" for Mrs. Elizabeth Asiimwe. They are such and encouragement and wonderful friends as well as ministry partners.

Working on the floor for the main building at the PT Center is going on and in the third of its five stages. We lost about two weeks due to low voltage on the mains. But we have hired a power generator and work is well again.

We broke ground for the Kitchen / Dining yesterday and clearing is also going on at the site, preparing for 600-seater eating place, together with cooking area.

Rachel has finished proof reading and correcting the text for our first publication. She is getting to know her way around we love serving with her. We thank God for bring her to lend her heart and hands to this work. She is a true missionary, sent by God to us in Africa.

I am not yet strong again enough to handle all the tasks as I would desire, but I will continue with my check ups until my ailment is nailed down and treated. I will the doctor again next week. Keep in prayer but thanking God more for life than any discomfort. We also know that some among you are not physically whole, and we have not ceased to think about you and pray for you that such situations may only make you stronger and more bold in the life we have through Christ.

Juilus Twongyeirwe

Dearly-loved PT Ministry Partners,

We continue to receive news about your unshakable stand in the ministry that we share. This is very good news to us, and a constant reminder of how God has positioned his work in the whole world. We appreciate your enduring support for many years, and by God's grace, seek to handle the Gospel task with a faithful representation of your hearts and concern in Uganda. Where your resources are directed by God, there your work is accomplished. We are serving our Master Jesus Christ with your encouragement.

Again, your support remains a clear evidence that we are linked to a fraternity that is broad in its size and varied in its makeup and deep in its connection around common values of our one Father. I think of how Paul knew that ministry was about such a team. He knew that his life was an essay in working together, sharing together and accomplishing together. Virtually, the ending of every letter of Paul was about the people he was connected to in Christ, and his desires and hopes for them.

I have been looking at the people and their roles in Paul's life in Colossians. 4:7-18, and having identified with a discouraged church leader known as Archippus (4:17) I take Paul's charge even more seriously, and your involvement to supply for the needs of this ministry in this way is therefore indescribable.

We had an opportunity yesterday to join Dr. Peter Asiimwe, PT Board Chair for thanksgiving at All Saints Cathedral upon his completion of his PhD. I was his "best man" and Grace was "matron" for Mrs. Elizabeth Asiimwe. They are such and encouragement and wonderful friends as well as ministry partners.

Working on the floor for the main building at the PT Center is going on and in the third of its five stages. We lost about two weeks due to low voltage on the mains. But we have hired a power generator and work is well again.

We broke ground for the Kitchen / Dining yesterday and clearing is also going on at the site, preparing for 600-seater eating place, together with cooking area.

Rachel has finished proof reading and correcting the text for our first publication. She is getting to know her way around we love serving with her. We thank God for bring her to lend her heart and hands to this work. She is a true missionary, sent by God to us in Africa.

I am not yet strong again enough to handle all the tasks as I would desire, but I will continue with my check ups until my ailment is nailed down and treated. I will the doctor again next week. Keep in prayer but thanking God more for life than any discomfort. We also know that some among you are not physically whole, and we have not ceased to think about you and pray for you that such situations may only make you stronger and more bold in the life we have through Christ.

Juilus Twongyeirwe

2016-01-26 PT Center flooring 27/01/2016

Working on the floor of the main building at the PT Center is going on, now for more than two weeks. The work is expected to be complete by end of Feb.

Also, the fertile soil at the PT Center is yielding good tomatoes, and we are planning to plant more crops there as a way of production through Shalom.

Thank you for keeping us in prayer and in your thoughts; we draw much encouragement from knowing that and are therefore able to keep the ministry in focus.

Working on the floor of the main building at the PT Center is going on, now for more than two weeks. The work is expected to be complete by end of Feb.

Also, the fertile soil at the PT Center is yielding good tomatoes, and we are planning to plant more crops there as a way of production through Shalom.

Thank you for keeping us in prayer and in your thoughts; we draw much encouragement from knowing that and are therefore able to keep the ministry in focus.

[01/05/16]   Our preaching at Berea Baptist Church is going well and we are beginning the year by focusing on the mind of Christ, having sensed that though we have grown in numbers, we have also become shallow in "our life together". So yesterday we focused on the life and ministry of Dietrich Bonhoeffer in order to gain understanding on what a community of faith living as God's covenant people means.

It was important to explore that while the presence of Christ in us is the necessary beginning for Christ to be formed in us, it is no guarantee that he will be formed unless we are deliberate and disciplined. The Galatians had Christ in them, but their stance showed that Christ was not formed in them. They lacked the mind of Christ, which calls for growth or formation. Paul lamented over their situation as those he felt like going to the labor ward for, to give birth (or begin again) once more (Gal. 4:19).

Sun 3rd Jan Our life together
We long to see the mind of Christ formed in us for true fellowship

Sun 10th Jan Practicing the Mind of Christ:
We want to look out for the interests of others (Phil. 2:5)

Sun 17th Jan Gaining the Mind of Christ:
We seek transformation by the renewal of our mind (Rom. 12:2)

Sun 24th Jan Being the Mind of Christ:
We put on the new person (Eph. 4:22–24)

Sun 7th Feb Cultivating the Mind of Christ:
We grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ (1 Pet. 1:13)

Sun 14th Feb Having the Mind of Christ:
The Spirit helps us understand (1 Cor. 2:14–16)

Sun 21st Feb Sharing the Mind of Christ:
We live together when Christ is all in all (Col. 3:12–17)

Sun 28th Feb Waging war with the mind of Christ:
We captivate every thought to obey Christ (2 Cor. 10:3-5)

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Pray for a great ministry during this Reformation Week (Oct 26th - Nov 2nd)

Pray for a Great Ministry this Reformation Week (Oct 26-Nov 2nd)
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[09/15/15]   In addition to the PT ministry updates you see posted here, please find Julius Twongyeirwe's personal Facebook postings at https://www.facebook.com/julius.twongyeirwe.

2015-08-30 Grace's Kisoro Ministry 30/08/2015

Dear Friends,

Grace and I are back from Kisoro, Kabale and Mbarara where we had an encouraging ministry. Grace had left on Monday, and I joined her on Wednesday in Kisoro. On Thursday we set out for Kabale and spent a night there after a helpful family ministry, and proceeded to Mbarara for further ministry in family set ups among those who were bereaved sometime ago and participating in a wedding.

We traveled Saturday night and arrived early Sunday morning, with a few hours of sleep, we were strong enough for church where we all desired to be. One of our pulpit apprentices Dickson (who is also PT Administrator) was preaching for the first time in our church. I usually love to be present when these men, with whom we continue to meet for homiletics, open God's word in this setting. I was greatly uplifted as Dickson handled God's message for us from the passage he has studied for the last four months (since April). Keep in prayer for us as we raise faithful preachers of God's word in this hungry and searching world.

It was a great ministry for Grace and ministering women who turned up for the Women's Bible Conference in Kisoro. Through correspondence we had expected anywhere between 120 and 150 ladies. As Grace set off with her sessions on Tuesday morning they were 280 and about 320 by the height of the training event. There came also some men who are husbands - about 50 pastors and and elders to sit in (only on Wednesday) and hear what their wives were giving heart and mind to.

Departure was supposed to be Thursday morning, but as I showed up Wednesday late evening, some of the women who had not departed to go back in their homes requested that "I come and greet them" on Thursday morning after their breakfast. "Greeting them" meant to teach and encourage them, which I did from 9 to 11 am. We then visited the Bible School at Rutare to see construction progress and to talk about training leaders for the church in this important region.

I think Grace is preparing to make a ministry report where you you can joyfully glean from her perspective as one who was really into it. We got to hear (and I recorded) some testimonies and highlights from individual women, sharing what they had learned and how it will give better shape to their families and ministry.

Grace will be on the road again to train ministering women in Mpigi within September and then to Teso and Kasese regions early next year. We see the traditional resilience of African women, now Spirit-guided and enabled, turned into what we believe to be revival wherever God's word is taught. Please keep the work before God in prayer like you have always done.

In this new week, I have a preaching engagement tomorrow (Monday) at Kyambogo University along the PT Students Initiative. Grace resumes her ministry among women through BSF tomorrow (and they go till May). This week, we also get to send Isabel back to school after a long holiday. Isaac has already been in his new semester for coming to three weeks now. Isaiah and Abigail resume school next week. So we are in a transition from what had become 'more normal' to our 'usual normal' of a family in several directions.

Thank you for praying for us and supporting us to accomplish what God is allowing us to, in this part of the world.

I have prepared a quick power point of nine slides for you to have a glimpse of what was ministry reality for us. Hopefully in future you will also get to hear the women's learning experience in their own voices, if we could record 'speak over their voices in English so you can grasp what they were saying.

Thank you so much.

Julius D. Twongyeirwe

Dear Friends,

Grace and I are back from Kisoro, Kabale and Mbarara where we had an encouraging ministry. Grace had left on Monday, and I joined her on Wednesday in Kisoro. On Thursday we set out for Kabale and spent a night there after a helpful family ministry, and proceeded to Mbarara for further ministry in family set ups among those who were bereaved sometime ago and participating in a wedding.

We traveled Saturday night and arrived early Sunday morning, with a few hours of sleep, we were strong enough for church where we all desired to be. One of our pulpit apprentices Dickson (who is also PT Administrator) was preaching for the first time in our church. I usually love to be present when these men, with whom we continue to meet for homiletics, open God's word in this setting. I was greatly uplifted as Dickson handled God's message for us from the passage he has studied for the last four months (since April). Keep in prayer for us as we raise faithful preachers of God's word in this hungry and searching world.

It was a great ministry for Grace and ministering women who turned up for the Women's Bible Conference in Kisoro. Through correspondence we had expected anywhere between 120 and 150 ladies. As Grace set off with her sessions on Tuesday morning they were 280 and about 320 by the height of the training event. There came also some men who are husbands - about 50 pastors and and elders to sit in (only on Wednesday) and hear what their wives were giving heart and mind to.

Departure was supposed to be Thursday morning, but as I showed up Wednesday late evening, some of the women who had not departed to go back in their homes requested that "I come and greet them" on Thursday morning after their breakfast. "Greeting them" meant to teach and encourage them, which I did from 9 to 11 am. We then visited the Bible School at Rutare to see construction progress and to talk about training leaders for the church in this important region.

I think Grace is preparing to make a ministry report where you you can joyfully glean from her perspective as one who was really into it. We got to hear (and I recorded) some testimonies and highlights from individual women, sharing what they had learned and how it will give better shape to their families and ministry.

Grace will be on the road again to train ministering women in Mpigi within September and then to Teso and Kasese regions early next year. We see the traditional resilience of African women, now Spirit-guided and enabled, turned into what we believe to be revival wherever God's word is taught. Please keep the work before God in prayer like you have always done.

In this new week, I have a preaching engagement tomorrow (Monday) at Kyambogo University along the PT Students Initiative. Grace resumes her ministry among women through BSF tomorrow (and they go till May). This week, we also get to send Isabel back to school after a long holiday. Isaac has already been in his new semester for coming to three weeks now. Isaiah and Abigail resume school next week. So we are in a transition from what had become 'more normal' to our 'usual normal' of a family in several directions.

Thank you for praying for us and supporting us to accomplish what God is allowing us to, in this part of the world.

I have prepared a quick power point of nine slides for you to have a glimpse of what was ministry reality for us. Hopefully in future you will also get to hear the women's learning experience in their own voices, if we could record 'speak over their voices in English so you can grasp what they were saying.

Thank you so much.

Julius D. Twongyeirwe

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Light of the World Gosple Ministries Uganda Light of the World Gosple Ministries Uganda
Uganda
Kampala

This is an organisation aimed at bringing light and truth to the world.Like it and please promote the gosple in the whole World.The lord is the only GOD.

Ntare School Catholic Community OBs Association Ntare School Catholic Community OBs Association
Kampala

For all official communications of the association. For details, contact Nashaba Victor i/c communications-0750875884/0787023716.

Prophet Nathan Ministries Prophet Nathan Ministries
Nathan Ssenkoole P. Box 33594
Kampala, +256

Prophet Nathan Ssenkoole and Christ Fire Ministries International in Kampala, Uganda called to take the Gospel of JESUS CHRIST to the Nations. Mark 16:15

Destined SOULS.int Destined SOULS.int
Black Street
Kampala

A platform where reality is fed to people, bringing the hidden treasures of life to reality, making Christ known through evangelism, and praise, worship to one true God

Watoto Church Watoto Church
Watoto Church Downtown, Plot 87, Kampala Road
Kampala, 256

We are an English-speaking cell based community church, celebrating Christ, growing and multiplying as each one reaches one, touching those around us with the love of Jesus, bringing healing to the cities and the nations.

Word Empowerment Ministries Word Empowerment Ministries
56A Kigoowa 2, Kulambiro Ring Road.
Kampala, 256

Word Empowerment Ministries is committed to building Centers that make Disciples of Christ as mandated in Mathew 28:19-20. We do this through: -Care program -Gospel Outreaches -Disciple Training. WEM is led by Pr Frank Ssozi and is based in Uganda.

Glory Savings & credit Society Glory Savings & credit Society
Kasubi,kawaala
Kampala, 256

welcome to the official Glory bank of Uganda page if you have any questions or queries please share with us and we will address your concerns.

Heart of Nations Children's Ministry Heart of Nations Children's Ministry
Kampala
Kampala

HE WHO IS KIND TO THE POOR LENDS TO THE LORD, AND HE WILL REWARD HIM FOR WHAT HE HAS DONE PROVERBS 19:17

Passion for Christ Ministry Passion for Christ Ministry
Mulago
Kampala, +256 16476 KAMPALA

A Ministry founded on Biblical principles to help develop servant leaders.

Christ the King Prayer Group Kampala Christ the King Prayer Group Kampala
Colvile Street
Kampala

A community of Love and Faith located in the heart of Kampala City. We are always delighted to reach out to God's people with love and warmth through our weekly outreaches, prayer meetings and Sunday evening masses.

Winners Children's Church Kampala Winners Children's Church Kampala
Rubaga Road Opp Oryx Energies Next To Hotel Sojovalo.
Kampala, 256

Children now, Trail-blazers tomorrow!

House of Prayer Ministries International House of Prayer Ministries International
Makerere Kikoni
Kampala, 256

Then he taught, saying to them, is it not written, 'My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations'? But you have made it a 'den of thieves. Mark 11:17