Worship director at church with four grown children and the ninth grandchild on the way. Passionate about worshiiping our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Dynamic Leadership and corvettes.
contemporary - really like Hillong, Hillsong United, Lincoln Brewster,and of course CT
Favorite Bible Verses / Passages:
All of it - but am drawn to Psalms as it relates to worship.
Isiah 49:2 He made my mouth like a sharpened sword, in the shadow of His hand He hid me; He made me into a polished arrow and concealed me in his quiver.
I like the fact that he has created me as his weapona dn when he is ready He is the one pulling the bow string back and aiming me - How can I miss...
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Calvary greetings in the mighty name of Jesus and i hope all is well with you. Am called Isaac Mukisa and am from Uganda East Africa. Am a worship leader in my church within the surburbs of the city.
I have ministry called Worship Igniter's Network (WIN) where i write compose and play worship songs and we use them to reach the unreached and encouraging the body of Christ. I should say that we have just began but am looking for ministry partners even if it means you coming here some day and i organise for you some great concerts basing on where you may want to be. I can do that.
Many gospel artists are hiding in contemporary music causing a void space for worship in my nation. I want to take the bull by the horns and bring all people to the feet of the father in worship.
Am doing what Habakkuk 2;2 says , you could be one of the heralds that God has appointed to run with this vision to whoever can support. My cell number is: +256 712 310 170
Till the race is done
Mukisa Isaac S
Weldon, I really wasn't pointing my comment (In the eyes closed forum) to you! But I appreciate your response.
When you first posted on the topic, you acknowledged that you hadn't read all the previous posts yet ... But there were dozens of "isolated" posts from others who seemed oblivious to their non-coversational input.
Maybe it's me - this is something I've learned well from my husband, who is a good conversationalist. He's the one who gave me the tennis analogy, back when I thought a good conversation was when he asked me a question and I answered it. :)
I am starting to think that the world is losing the art of good discussion??
Say, by the way, I used to work summers at a Bible camp in WI- a couple weeks were always rented out to the Four Square denomination for their family camp and teen camp. I remember the teens being so respectful ... so .. keep it square. :)
Boy I hope that was as funny as it was in my head ...
Have a good night!
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