After some resistance, he heeled the lad’s counsel and enrolled in two-year ministerial/leadership training programme. The training for indigenous church leaders, and when CRMI later came into being, the lord made it clear that training would be one of the key programmes of the ministry.RBTC opened in 2003 with five students and Apostle Bunjo as the only instructor. The centre faced several impediments until 2005, when the lord brought Pastor Thomas Kibirige to CRMI. Thomas had a heart of leader ship training, and with him as the principal of RBTC, over 450 students have so far graduated from RBTC with certificates and diplomas.
Abigail ministries operate as an inter-denominational forum for women from all walks of life. The vision of Abigail ministries is to empower women with Biblical information and practical skills that equip them to realize their full potential in the different roles they play in society.
Abigail ministries engages in several areas including conferences throughout Uganda, Esther (ministry to pastors’ wives), Sarah and Hager(targeting women in polygamous relationships), and mother twin(specialized ministry to married women who are not yet had children).
A committed committee to women with different skills and experiences leads Abigail ministries under Sarah Bunjo’s oversight 10 years of its existence, Abigail ministries has etched for itself a reputation as a cutting edge ministry providing holistic programs relevant to the special needs of 21st century woman.
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