The world seems be getting worse, but the Gospel is still GOOD NEWS. In our day, a Message has gone out to prepare the redeemed saints of God to meet their Bridegroom. This is certainly good news! How did this Message go out? The way God's messages always have in the past: God spoke it through a vessel of His choosing. In our day, that vessel was a humble man named William Branham. Since his death in 1965, the Message this brother left behind has reverberated around the world, and its impact continues to grow. In this podcast, we report on the progress of this Message all over the globe, as it pops up in surprising places. Reports come in constantly, from Africa, India, South America, China, about the revolution that is taking place the lives of thousands of Christians, preparing them to meet their Bridegroom. This is GOOD news!
Uganda Awakening: A View from the Harvest Field
In this episode Brother Tim Dodd shares a series of interviews with laborers on the field he obtained while traveling through Uganda this Fall. Long time Pastors such as Brother Hannington Balita, and younger Message Pastors such as Elijah Diogo share their thoughts and experiences. Brother Fred Kiyingi’s son Moses, now a minister himself, shares his perspective, and Brother Moges Engida, a Pastor in Ethiopia, shares some of his impressions from seeing the awakening first hand.
Uganda: 1200 New Message Ministers in One Meeting
Brother Tim Dodd was recording short interviews on the fly as he traveled through Uganda recently. These fascinating snippets include this interview with Brother Fred Kiyingi, who hosted an outside meeting for new Message ministers on the grounds of his church. The building could never accommodate the number who would attend, and not all ministers were invited, just to be sure the grounds would not be overrun. Hundreds were expected, but at least 1200 attended. Local government officials have been attending these and other meetings, with some of them receiving the Word as it is preached. In this podcast, Brother Tim and Brother Fred discuss this, and other victories.
Tim Dodd in Uganda: A Firsthand Report
In this episode Tim Dodd reports personally from Uganda, as he travels the country and sees the revival first hand. Included are interviews with Brother James Katumba, who oversees the construction of church shelters, Brother Juma, a young pastor who has been harassed even by the Police, after leaving his denomination, and Brother Stephen Ibale. These unscripted interviews are being caught on the fly, without much set up.
Fearless Believers in China: with Brother Murphy Wong
In this podcast Brother Murphy Wong shares testimonies which reveal the maturity of the Believers in China. Evidence abounds, from their active witnessing in the face of persecution and jail, to miraculous healings. Bro Murphy shares one outstanding testimony a Brother completely healed of cancer. The Chinese Believers have also been contributing to Missions work in other countries. Recently a number of Chinese churches cooperated to raise funds to send 1000 mp3 players loaded with translated Messages to Rwanda. Brother Murphy also shares how the Chinese King James Bible has become a witnessing tool. The Bibles are shipped with a Message book slipped inside. This, all by itself, is bearing fruit in new Believers.
David Kombo: A Lifelong Burden for Missions
Brother David Kombo was born in the Congo, and is now a Pastor in the Boston, Massachusetts area. He originally came to America for education, but his life’s work has revolved around missions and ministry. Brother David has worked as a translator of the Message into the French language, and now hosts an annual Missions convention in his area. While ministering at this convention in October, Brother Tim Dodd was able to capture this fascinating interview with Brother David as they travelled together in the car.
70,000 New Believers in Uganda: Brother Fred Kiyingi Reports
Missions director Tim Dodd and Pastor Fred Kiyingi discuss a range of issues in Uganda, preceding Brother Tim's upcoming trip there. The latest revival in which 350 were Baptized is described, as well as past victories, and current challenges. New shipments of Church Ages Books, Bibles, and the Hebrew's Series have been exhausted quickly by the growing population of Believers. Rudimentary church buildings with their necessary latrines are being constructed as quickly as funds allow. All the while, new harvest fields are opening up.