I was raised knowing Jesus Christ. During my early growing-up years, I attended church regularly, mainly because my mother was the choir director and organist. I was baptized at the age of 14 or 15, but only because all the other members of my Sunday School were being baptized. Once I graduated high school, I drifted away from the church and over the next 20 or so years followed a few paths that I wish I hadn’t.
I began to learn about and develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through an excellent teaching pastor, a loving congregation, and participation in the choir
Then a co-worker and close friend invited me to a large Baptist Church, where I began to learn about and develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through an excellent teaching pastor, a loving congregation, and participation in the choir. I subsequently joined several Bible studies and small groups, all of which have been instrumental in helping me to continually grow in my faith.
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The people that were doing the auditions with the African Children’s Choir came to my church and they were looking for children that could sing. Because I was active in Sunday school, I was chosen to be in the very first African Children’s Choir in 1984.
I was 12 in a small Baptist church when the pastor made it very clear that a decision needed to be made to accept Jesus and to follow Him. It was a very sincere commitment to surrender my life to Jesus when I was 12.
I was 16 when my father died. He had just come back into my life and I was crushed. I started to question a lot of the things I thought I knew about God. I started to veer off course and make bad decisions.
I play baseball. I personally think that I am very talented at baseball and I have a gift. I appreciate this gift and use it a lot in my life.
I was home doing all domestic works when I was only nine years old. This forced me onto the streets of Uganda.
After witnessing firsthand the loss of many lives, I was desperately trying to think of a way to save them. In 2017 I chose to stand up and fight for the desperate lives of many street kids and orphans in my community.