In our age, everything is designed to appeal to our emotions and to entertain us. We seem to have forgotten our worship service is to bring glory and honour to God, and not to entertain ourselves. Notwithstanding, we have become spectators who are being entertained.
In this light, The Pursuers Worship Network, under the directorship of Julius Sewava, is organizing a prophetic worship evening on December 9, to revive worship to its original state. The event, free of charge, is happening at Kira Gospel Power Centre in Najjeera and gates open at 3pm.
"As a worship ministry, we want to step into the prophetic where God will turn worship into a ministry and not just entertainment," Sewava said in an interview.
"Currently, people are much into polishing their skills and entertaining. So we believe this is going to be a revival from Uganda to the world," he added.
The event is expected to attract about 1,000 people of all age groups including Pr Wilson Bugembe, who will perform. Since their inception in 2003, the worship evenings have been held four times and this year's marks the first one open to the public.