Clement serves Empower One Africa as the Deputy Regional Leader for Uganda and works directly with the local pastors in the refugee camps. He assists in organizing outreach programs and leadership conferences.
Clement is from Liwolo Payam in South Sudan but currently lives with his family in the Mijale area near Yumbe, Uganda.
He heard the gospel preached in an open-air crusade and after listening to the gospel he believed in Jesus by accepting Him as his Lord and Savior. He also continued to participate in regular Bible studies while attending secondary school.
“I love preaching in crusades and helping to plant new churches!”
Clement was first introduced to Empower One Africa while participating in a joint mission outreach event. The team was made up of both Africans and Americans coming together to help start a new church.
“I decided to join Empower One Africa in 2013 because of the Biblical vision of preaching Jesus among the non-believers and taking the gospel to unreached places as the book of Romans 15:20-21 says:
“And thus I make it my ambition to preach the gospel, not where Christ has already been named, lest I build on someone else’s foundation, but as it is written, ’Those who have never been told of him will see, and those who have never heard will understand.’”
When not our serving pastors with Empower One Africa, Clement pastors Amazing Grace Baptist Church in Mijale.
Clement is our Deputy Regional Leader in Uganda
Deputy Regional Leader, Uganda
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