The 21st National Prayer Breakfast a pre- Independence National Event


CFYDDI Team Leader’s were among the invited delegates to the 21st National Prayer Breakfast a pre- Independence National Event organized by the parliament of Uganda.

Attended by the president of Uganda as the chief guest, the first lady and hundreds of political and religious leaders, military chiefs, business monguls, representatives from the diplomatic wings, national leaders, members of the civil society and the international community at the Pearl of African Hotel under the theme; The Power of Character in leadership.

The key note address was delivered by Pastor Johnny Enlow, the founder of Restore 7 Organization, USA and author of the seven Mountain prophecy. “He argued that the distorted narrative that the sole purpose for creation of man is to only seek eternal life is at the centre of misguiding people that what they do in other spheres of life does not matter”.

The guest of Honor and the president o the republic of Uganda. His: Excellence president Museveni in his address he called on leaders not to abuse trust! “ if you are given a little trust, do not abuse it because it because that is the only way God will give you even bigger trust”
The president went on to say “If you are faithful in little things, you will be faithful in large ones. But if you are dishonest in little things, you will not be honest with greater responsibilities. And if you are untrustworthy about worldly wealth, who will trust you with the true riches of heaven? And if you are not faithful with other peoples things, why should you be trusted with things of your own?


The purpose of the National Prayer breakfast is to give our nation that spiritual Strength which is available to those who will but ask for it; to renew and strengthen those bonds of brotherhood with the faithful across our country and around the world; and to give us the opportunity to ask God’s guidance as well as express our gratitude for that which he has given us and recognize Jesus as our common ground.


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