BULLETIN FOR SUNDAY, September 12, 2021

We welcome you to FEA, where we are overcoming through the power of the Word. May God bless you richly today.

Just last month, in Uganda, the Muslim father of a 20-year-old convert to Christianity, killed him for refusing to recant his faith in Jesus Christ, sources said. Tabiruka Tefiiro, his son, had put his faith in Christ in 2019. At that time his father drove him from their home, and he went to Kampala, where he worked in a hotel. . His mother later spent several months trying to convince him to return home to reconcile with his father, which Tefiiro resisted until he eventually consented to return on Sunday, August 1.

His father was away from home until Saturday, August 14, when he called a family meeting to question his son, Tefiiro, about whether he had come back to Islam. The son replied, “I am mature enough to join any religion that I feel like because I am above 18 years old. I want to confirm that I am saved by the grace of God. I can’t renounce my Christian faith now or in the future.” The father became angry but remained silent as he left the house, the sister said. The following day the father returned with a knife and hoe and started hitting Tefiiro, his son, who managed to escape to a neighbor’s house.

Reports state that the father then pursued his son and forcefully entered the house where he sought refuge. He then removed him back to the homestead, where he tied him up and started beating him with the hoe until his son fell to the ground unconscious. He then hanged him up and proceeded to hang his son with a rope by the neck, sources said. The father, Kasimu Kawona, was subsequently charged, not with murder, but rather with a lesser charge of manslaughter, because he killed his son in anger for leaving Islam to become a Christian.

This assault was the latest of many instances of persecution of Christians in Uganda that Morning Star News has documented. And in light of the current trend, it surely won’t be the last. What happened to Tefiiro totally reflects what Jesus said, “For I have come to turn ‘a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law. A man’s enemies will be the members of his own household.” Let us pray that the stand Tefiiro took will challenged others there in Uganda to take their stand for the Lord regardless of the cost. Amen!


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Apostle Edghill and Pastor Emily, along with the entire F.E.A. family, express our deepest condolences to Sis. Ann Fenton and family on the passing of her husband. May God comfort and strengthen you in this difficult hour.

Apostle Edghill and Pastor Emily say a heartfelt thank you first to God for a very successful, informative and enjoyable Marriage Seminar. We were very pleased for the overwhelming attendance; we almost didn’t have enough space in the annex. As leaders of this flock, we deem it our duty and a privilege to have the oversight of God’s people in any area we can possibly be a blessing.   Thanks again to all the participants and to all who assisted in making our Second Marriage Seminar a success.

The participants at the Marriage Seminar express their warmest gratitude to Apostle Edghill and Pastor Emily for taking the time to show interest in our marital lives. Special thanks to Apostle Edghill for his thorough presentation on The Bible – God’s Manual for Marriage – walking us through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Special thanks also to Pastor Emily for her hard work and expertise in organizing and directing the event, as well as for her presentations on Understanding Your Personality Temperament and Keys to Sexual Fulfillment in Marriage.Thank you both for showing us what husbands and wives need to be to each other.  Thank you also for answering our questions.




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