After two Muslim sisters in Uganda left Mohammad for Christ, their uncle beat them and locked them in a room without food for days, according to Morning Star News.
Shamans armed with clubs and stones stormed a Ugandan church on an island in Lake Victoria on Dec. 22, injuring about 30 Christians, according to Morning Star News.
The U.S. State Department issued a warning in Uganda of possible attacks. The warning indicates that “churches” face “specific” threats from al-Shabaab, a Somalia-based terrorist organization. The warning comes from the rise of peacekeeping troops arriving in Somalia.
Bomb attacks killed at least 64 people, including an American aid worker, and injured several American Christians among others at two sites in Uganda’s capital, Kampala, where people gathered to watch the World Cup, Worthy News learned early Monday, July 12.
At least 21 people were killed and over 20 others injured when the roof of a church in the Ugandan capital Kampala collapsed during an evangelical worship service late Wednesday, March 8, police said.
An American missionary couple and a Ugandan student have been killed in an attack on a Christian agricultural training center in Northwestern Uganda. According to police reports seven armed and uniformed men entered the premises of the school near Yumbe during the night of March 19.
Expanding from 14 churches in 1993 to 50 today, one native ministry in Uganda reports that the gospel of Jesus Christ is making headway in that central African nation.
KAMPALA, 16 May 2000 (Newsroom) — The Fellowship of Born Again Churches in Uganda has launched a program to regulate the operations of Pentecostal churches in the wake of a government crackdown on cults.