By Arinda Nsheeka Wilfred
The South Ankole Diocese bishop has commended mothers for their role in producing, educating and nurturing children by protecting them from evil.
Bishop Nathan Ahimbisibwe, who was preaching at All Saint Church Ntungamo added that had it not been for mothers, no one would be alive.
“We should appreciate our mothers. What they have really done for us in protecting, teaching us how to speak,” Rev, Ahimbisibwe said on Sunday, adding that mothers should be given a first priority in everything since they are the mothers of Jesus Christ.
He was holding a thanksgiving service for mothers in all 53 parishes and monies collected will be used for Mothers Union activities at the diocese.
He also reminded them that ‘worries will always come but take them to God through prayers’ saying believers worry not because Jesus Christ is there to rescue them.
During his fourth courtesy visit to All Saints Church, Bishop Ahimbisibwe was accompanied by a delegation of visitors from Namirembe Guest House led by Helen Habiyaremye.
Habiyaremye noted that they came to ‘strengthen their relationship with Bishop Ahimbisibwe and South Ankole Diocese.
She hailed Bishop Ahimbisibwe for being a gift to Christianity in Uganda, revealing that Namirembe Guest House was built before 1920 by Missionaries as their area of residence and later was handed over to the Church of Uganda for business activities.
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