Worship at the Throne of God

Rev. Canon Dr. John Senyonyi The last four decades have brought jubilant worship in churches to the fore, and that is in both traditional and newer churches. They have created a ‘Praise and Worship’ time. Whether it takes 10 minutes or an hour, there is something unsettling for me in the phrase. The service leader or singer will say, “Let us now enter a time of praise and worship,” or “Let us worship.” Why is it ‘a time’? Does it fairly represent how the Bible depicts worship? Words carry meaning…

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Worship at the Throne of God

Rev. Canon Dr. John Senyony The last four decades have brought jubilant worship in churches to the fore, and that is in both traditional and newer churches. They have created a ‘Praise and Worship’ time. Whether it takes 10 minutes or an hour, there is something unsettling for me in the phrase. The service leader or singer will say, “Let us now enter a time of praise and worship,” or “Let us worship.” Why is it ‘a time’? Does it fairly represent how the Bible depicts worship? Words carry meaning…

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Allan Galpin to get new ambulance

The old ambulance parked outside the health center

BY DOUGLAS OLUM Allan Galpin Health Centre is procuring another ambulance. This was revealed by the Uganda Christian University (UCU) Director of Health Services Dr Geoffrey Rwabaingi-Mulindwa while he was making a health awareness presentation at Nkoyoyo Hall on Tuesday, June 12. Dr Mulindwa said the current ambulance has been challenging to access in many cases, yet it is critical in health service delivery. “The way you transport a person who is unwell may deteriorate their health condition. You do not need to carry a person who is having difficulty…

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Allan Galpin to get new ambulance

BY DOUGLAS OLUM Allan Galpin Health Centre is procuring another ambulance. This was revealed by the Uganda Christian University (UCU) Director of Health Services Dr Geoffrey Rwabaingi-Mulindwa while he was making a health awareness presentation at Nkoyoyo Hall on Tuesday, June 12. Dr Mulindwa said the current ambulance has been challenging to access in many cases, yet it is critical in health service delivery. “The way you transport a person who is unwell may deteriorate their health condition. You do not need to carry a person who is having difficulty…

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Stop self-medication

  BY DOUGLAS OLUM Members of the Uganda Christian University (UCU) community have been urged to desist from the common practice of self-medication. Dr Godfrey Mulindwa, the UCU Director Medical Services, made this call while addressing staff and students during the community worship service of June 12, at Nkoyoyo Hall. “One of the greatest risks of this practice is misdiagnosis. You may treat malaria when you are actually suffering from another disease,” Dr Mulindwa said. “You also stand the risk of overdose when you do self medication. This may affect…

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Provide condoms in halls – students

A section of students of Uganda Christian University (UCU) have requested Allan Galpin Health Centre to provide for them condoms in the halls of residence. In a note presented to the Director Health Services on Wednesday, June 13, the students asked the authorities to “stop pretending not to know” that they engage in sexual activities. “You are very well aware that we engage in sexual activities and we shall continue to do so,” the note read in part. “So as we ladies from Sabiiti hall, we need female condoms and…

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Student linked to projector thefts

Paying the price of criminal acts

      DOUGLAS OLUM Uganda Christian University (UCU) Security on Saturday, June 16 arrested a student suspected to be behind the disappearance of projectors from several lecture rooms. Moses Hilary Garang Deng, a South Sudanese second year student of Bachelor of Business Administration, was allegedly caught trying to take the projector from M1 lecture room on the Marie Lecture Block. According to Flugensia Nakajubi, the security officer who arrested Deng, she heard the sound of the lecturers’ podium being dragged on the floor and rushed to the room where…

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Office mannerisms; we all have them

Gossip at work can spark off a fight or quarrel (Internet photo)

JAMES RONNIE AWANY   Anyone who is already in employment will observe that workplaces are full of different dynamic characters, each contributing to progress in their own way. These colleagues display characteristics that are unnervingly similar to someone we have encountered somewhere else in our lives before. The workaholic The workaholic is always the earliest to arrive and latest to leave office. He/she considers the office as their permanent residence. They are usually highly productive People who spend time glued to their to their seats and proficiently attend to all…

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Forget the knots, the hex tie is here

NICKY IREETA Some males struggle with even the basic knot of neckties, and so relegate the accessory to weddings and business meetings. Well, they need worry no more now that the hex-tie is here. It is the new style that will solve all your tie struggles. Enrique Alejandro Peral has re-invented the old and boring neck tie into an accessory that every modern man would love to flaunt! A hex-tie is a blend of different patterns based on fabrics that add a precious touch to the tie surface. The collection…

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Morality on a weighing scale

      FRANCIS EMUKULE The Anti-pornography Act, 2014 describes pornography as, “Any representation through publication, exhibition or cinematography, of a person engaged in real or stimulated explicit sexual activities, or any representation of the sexual parts of a person for primarily sexual excitement.”       Shortly after the law was passed on February 6, 2014 the Minister for Ethics and Integrity, Fr Lokodo, led a crusade around Kampala cracking down on people deemed to have breached any section of the anti-pornography law. Together with the police, Lokodo went…

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