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Canon Paul Wasswa; the mechanical engineer in a collar

Born on August 22, 1970 to Herbert Luwaga Mwenge, a secondary classroom teacher (RIP) and Florence Nakintu Luwaga Nalongo, a retired civil servant, of Kitemu Namutamba village, Mityana district, Eng Wasswa is married to Tamar Ssembiro since 2000. They have four children together.

Common health challenges that affect women

Breast and cervical cancers, osteoporosis, stroke, UTIs, menopause, and infertility are the most common health problems among women.

Dealing with substance addiction

Family members are discouraged from blaming the addicts and the addicts themselves are told to guard against blaming themselves, because it makes them hate themselves and even indulge in substance consumption the more.

Coping with Covid-19 pandemic; God in charge

The Covid- 19 pandemic is unlike anything we have experienced before. The tally of the sick and deceased is mounting, making many fear and struggle with the improbability of what lies ahead. In a way, everything to date feels chaotic and uncertain. Pauline Akello explores the effect of Covid-19 on different people and how God is in control, regardless.

Jesus’ despised background did not limit His victory

In the birth of Jesus we see Gods’ commitment of turning things around (Isaiah 43:19). One would have expected that He would do this through thunder and lightning so as to draw attention to His power and intention.

Editorial

Editorial

Rightly challenging the status quo

To challenge the status quo, one needs courage. It was unheard of in their community that women would seek audience with the prophet over public matters.

Christ, the priceless gift

Christian believers all over the world celebrate Easter Sunday because of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Since many people hoped the Messiah was to be crowned King and end the rule of the Romans who had been oppressing them, His death on the Cross left many believers devastated and helpless.

A time for everything

By Pr Isaiah White One day you wake up, get ready and go to school and before you know...

Women who first saw Christ’s resurrection

By Kate Tamale-Sali Did you know that it was the women who first saw Jesus after He rose from...

It is finished

The seven last sayings of Jesus at the Cross (part 3) Sixth and seventh By Pr...

Science and Health

Lifestyle

Self-medication: reasons, health risks

Avoid self-medication if you are in your first trimester (the first 12 to 13 weeks of pregnancy) to save your baby from danger.

The status of Gospel music in Uganda

Gospel music may be facing a challenge of diversity of sound, where it is intended to become relevant to a whole new generation of worshippers. But at the end of the day, it is for ministry, it is artistes to remain loyal to the Gospel message through faithful service.

Purpose to make this Easter special with your children

By Dickson Tumuramye Some Christians have been in lent season, a time of reflection and preparation before the celebrations...

Uganda’s effort to end TB burden

Estimates from the Health Ministry indicate that every year, a total of 90,000 people are diagnosed with tuberculosis, including 1,500 people with drug resistant TB

Malaria fight 2022: Govt to introduce malaria vaccine

Interventions such as integrated vector management have partly contributed to a reduction in the malaria prevalence indicators.


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