Church Trusting To Rebuild After Attack – Donations Are Welcomed


In January, Katira Church of Eastern Uganda suffered an attack. Since that time many have been praying for answers to the whereabouts of Moses Mutasa, and eight other Christians who were still missing. { Details} Church Attack

I first learned of Moses Mutasa a few years back through Abba Fathers International Fellowship. Moses distributed the Jesus Came To Heal The Brokenhearted tracts, and called the prayer line to share testimonies. I remember the urgency in his voice to reach souls through the Gospel.

The Lord works in mysterious ways, and Pastor David Kissame of the Iganga Center agreed to investigate the situation at Katira Church. In his report he stated that he traveled to the Village Katiro, in Budaka District. Local villagers were reluctant to share information, and it took nearly 4 hours to locate Reverend Mus Mukenye, who is head of Katira Church.

David was taken to the church were the attack took place that evening. Reverend Mukenye testified that a mob of Muslim men surrounding the church, and as they attempted to lock themselves inside the church, these men removed the metal sheets to gain access inside… read more and to give

LHMW Notes: Our ministry has donated to Pennies For Dreams which is owned and maintained by Mary. When we gave to the cause in return she gave us a receipt of what she purchased and who it was for. We trust this company and ask if you or you know someone who can give to help our brothers and sisters please give. God sees everything! We pray you give with a cheerful heart, God Bless you.

Lord we pray for Katira Church of Eastern Uganda. We ask that you provide them Lord all their needs. Rebuild their hearts, minds and souls Lord. Let them know you hear them and that you Love them. They need you Lord! May their hearts cry out to you! Lord heal their land and give them peace in Jesus name Amen!

US sends dozens of troops to Somalia, 1st time in decades


MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — The U.S. military is sending dozens of regular troops to Somalia in the largest such deployment to the Horn of Africa country in roughly two decades.

The United States pulled out of Somalia after 1993, when two helicopters were shot down in the capital, Mogadishu, and bodies of Americans were dragged through the streets. Even now, Somalia’s fragile central government is struggling to assert itself after the nationwide chaos that began with the fall of dictator Siad Barre in 1991.

The U.S. Africa Command on Friday said this deployment is for logistics training of Somalia’s army, which is battling the extremist group al-Shabab that emerged from the country’s years of warlord-led conflict. About 40 troops are taking part…. read more

Despite persecution, more than 3000 former Muslims baptized


By God’s grace, in spite of setbacks and persecution, more than 3000 former Muslims were recently baptized in all of the churches of Assembly of Loving God (ALG) in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

Bibles for Mideast had evangelized them and prepared them to witness Jesus Christ in the water and by the Spirit. What a tremendous blessing as our 21 days of fasting and prayer wrapped up!

Satan tried to spoil the ministry many times, but our Lord Jesus Christ destroyed all the evil plans.

In one church in Asia, the pastor and newly-baptized believers were stoned by fanatics. Pastor Paul was stoned while changing out of his wet clothes after the baptism service, receiving a blow to his head. Hameed, Fasal, Ruqiya, Sheela and Bishara were wounded as well… read more

16 Million People at Risk of Dying as Famine grips 3 African Nations


In a small corner of southwestern Somalia, Unsan Shukurow and countless others, are facing a dire situation.

“We are living a horrible drought and a difficult time,” said Shukurow, a mother of a malnourished child. “We hardly have enough to get by, let alone to think of our future.”

It’s 97 degrees, and in a packed UN camp just outside Baidoa, Somalia, Shukurow and hundreds of people are bracing for what one United Nations official has described as “extremely bad” conditions…. [read more]

The storms of heaven in Africa: punishment for some, salvation for others


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(March 15, 2017)  A mob of Muslim extremists attacked the pastor and believers of a church of Bibles for Mideast in Central Africa today, coming at them with swords and iron bars and completely demolishing their church.  The group had been participating in the 21 days of fasting and prayer called by the Assembly of Loving God (ALG Church).

Pastor Musthafa, who also co-ordinates “Bibles for Mideast” in Central Africa, had been leading the 40 (mostly women) in attendance in prayer. Church members were taking part in the fast, now into its third day.

The pastor, his family and most of the believers had all once followed Islam. For the last two years, all have been avid but underground followers of Jesus… [read more]

…One man stabbed the pastor’s neck with a large sword.  But just as suddenly, Pastor Musthafa felt…