Hello East African Gospel, Friends, family, students community, gospel artists and the pastors, we are very excited to annouce the coming of Pastor Shelley and minister Scot Thompson to Kampala.

Pastor Shelley and Minister Scot Thompson have been married for 31 years and currently live in Waterbury Connecticut.They have 3 grown children, all living in Connecticut.

God has done us goood to bring us annnointed, and humble servant of Him to minister in Uganda, They will be traveling with team of worship leaders musician the Blameless among others here is more about Pastor Shelley.

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Pastor Shelley serving as a Pastor and often hits the streets to Evangelize and share the Love of Jesus.Through prayer and the prophetic Word, Pastor Shelley has ministered to many, locally, regionally, and abroad. Minister Scot is currently leading the band“The Blameless Project” which he founded in 2012.

TBPhas become a powerful “messenger”writing and playing Christian Rock Music that shares the Love of Jesus locally and beyond. Pastor Shelley and Minister Scothave served at First Assembly of God Church (Waterbury, CT) for 17 years. Together,they have experience in many areas of Worship as well as teaching and preaching the Word. The areas in which they flow in the Spirit are Songwriting, Vocals, Leading worship,Dance expression, instrumentation, and teaching the Word.

Their hearts and mission are to Spread the Gospel of Jesus to the Nations; as stated:“We will take the weapons of our warfare and use them for the Glory of God. Pastor Shelley and team have a calling to Evangelize the nations and use our giftings and our calling to declare the Salvation of Jesus to all that will hear.

They flow in the Prophetic streams of healing and we believethat Revival is coming to and through the Church.We have the privilege to partner with the Lord to equip the saints for what’s to come and to release the prophetic, and signs and wonders of God, to see people’s lives transformed”.

Pastor Shelley will be in Kampala

Posted in News Stories, Events on Sep 30, 2018