Clips From Uganda
As promised here are the first couple of clips from Uganda. I may post a few more. I didn’t realize how incredibly long it would take for me to post these to YouTube.
This first video was shot during our crusade out in the bush. The church that was hosting the crusade did all of their worship a capella. There was so much joy in their simple worship. I found myself ashamed of what it takes to get the American church to really enter into joyous worship. Anyways, the only instrument they had for worship were these great African drums and the guys who played them could really play. So I shot this clip to show to the guys in the house church who love to play the djembe when we worship. When I got these guys to play, they didn’t play as fast or as cool as they did in the worship service and it wasn’t until after I was done that I realized they may have been a little bit camera-shy. Nevertheless, this was a fun little clip.
This second video was shot during an all-night prayer meeting. Every Friday night all over Uganda meetings like this happen. The man preaching in English is named Paul. He is an apostle that serves a network of churches in Uganda and a dear friend of John and myself. Paul is preaching about the necessity of taking the Kingdom by force and comparing those who do to Joshua and Caleb who believed God would give them the land He promised to them. The sound and even the video quality of this clip isn’t the greatest, but what I love about this clip is it reminds of the anointing that rested on Paul when he would preach. The Lord definitely commissioned him to stir the people. I’m hoping one day the Lord gives me authority to preach like this guy.
Anyways, I hope you enjoy this. Look for some more soon.