The Bishop South Ankole Diocese the Rt Rev Nathan Ahimbisibwe has called upon all believers to emphasis the education of their children to escape misery life in future.
Bishop Ahimbisibwe noted that when children are educated in a family, it will easier for them to help parents in their golden ages rather than having none to care of them.
He made remarks on Wednesday during the confirmation service of 62 Christians held at St Mark’s COU Katunga parish in Bwongyera Archdeaconry in Kajara county Ntungamo District.
Bishop Ahimbisibwe also tasked parents and believers to work hard in order to improve food security which will enable them to get food for their school going children.
He commended Rev Ampeire Median and all believers for the togetherness which is steering the sporadic development in all five churches in Katunga parish.
Bishop Ahimbisibwe was flanked by Chaplain Rev Nathan Nkuranga, Ven Rev Polly Beitwa the Archdeacon Bwongyera and Stephen Kyagurani.
The St Mark’s COU Katunga Parish Rev Median Ampeire and his wife Molly who are seven months old at the place thanked believer for the cooperation which helped them finish quotas in time, renovation of the church and purchase of motorcycle for the parish priest.
Rev Ampeire noted that they are struggling to construct water tank to extent safe and clean water at the place.
He asked parents to support the church founded schools like Katunga SS which started this year noting on 10th.August 2018 will hold mega fundraising to raise money toward the construction classroom blocks.
Other speakers were Elder Nathan Tibihika the head of laity and Grace Baguma Nalongo the Mothers Union leader among others.