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Bishop Kasele

Bishop Samson Kasele is the Pastor of Pentecostal Assemblies of God Church (PAOG).


He is the EFZ representative in Serenje. He is married to Ruth, who is the District Women’s Director. They have 2 children – Shiloh (14) and Samson (6). Bishop Kasele is a humble leader, held in high regard by the other pastors and people in Serenje.

Bishop Kasele wrote Simon a very encouraging letter this week - here's an extract for us all: "Know this that your efforts are not in vain. The Lord you serve will surely reward you all. You didn’t just choose a place convenient to you but as the Lord directed you. You opened your hearts wide to us and your sweetness flowed through out. Keep up the spirit."


Prayer request:
God to cause His grace to abound on our ministry as we oversee our area

Comments

Jacqui W-G said…
Dear Catrina, I just want to say a huge thank you for taking the time and giving your attention to sharing these introductions to the people you met in Serenje. It makes the whole thing come alive, and of course you always tell us about their families as well as the work they do which I appreciate. The photographs are fabulous too-what a talent you have and good to see it being put to use.

You probably don't get many responses because I think so many of us get an alert via email or read your posts through an RSS reader feed where you can't leave a comment- and every time I have read these posts I think-wow-so special, must tell Catrina, so now I have -so this is also from all the other people who probably thought they'd like to thank you too!

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