case http://communityartsprogram.org/wp-includes/class-wp-admin-bar.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>The Don Moen “God Will Make A Way” live concert, buy the first in Uganda, ailment collected thousands of people from different walks of life who filled the Kampala Serena Victoria Hall to the brim.
Mrs. Janet Museveni, who was with her daughters Natasha and Diana and grandchildren, together with the exultant fans sang along the lyrics of hits like God Will Make A Way, We Give You Glory, God Is Good All The Time, God With Us, God Is Good I Will Sing, Heal Me O Lord, Give Thanks, Here We Are, Hallelujah To The Lamb and many others.
They also swayed to the music and exuberantly applauded each performance by Don Moen and Lenny Leblanc.
Don Moen with Janet Museveni, her daughters and grandchildren
At the end of the concert, Mrs. Janet Museveni led the people into a prayer in praise of God which she started by singing the chorus of the Tukutendereza song that praises the Lord.
She gave honour to God who made it possible for Don Moen and his team to come to Uganda and join hands with Ugandans in praise of the Lord, saying that “together we should remember that we were created to praise Him”.
Don Moen exciting revellers at the concert
She prayed that this night when believers have raised their voices in worship and prayer starts a revival that will spread like a wild fire and will be remembered by the children and future generation.
She also prayed that the time is memorable for both the visiting celebrated worship leaders and the Christians in Uganda.
Just before his vibrant performance, Don Moen said that barely 24 hours in the country, his team has already fallen in love with Ugandans and appreciate that Uganda is indeed the pearl of Africa.
First Lady Janet Museveni with Don Moen and Lenny Leblanc at Serena
He credited President Museveni for his good leadership and the First Lady for her hospitality.
Pastor Robert Kayanja of the Rubaga Miracle Center, who is among the hosts of the Gospel musician, thanked God for the prevailing peace and security in the Uganda saying it is what has enabled the country to host Don Moen and his team.
The Bishop of the Pentecostal Churches in Uganda Joshua Lwere led a prayer before the concert begun.
The audience at Serena was also entertained by groups of local Gospel Artists prior to the Don Moen performance.
Don Moen will also perform at Makerere University and at the Miracle Center in Rubaga.