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Thousands of spectators will converge on Kampala, Uganda, this weekend for the Love Kampala Festival with Andrew Palau, son of evangelist Luis Palau. TWR plans to air simulcasts of the event September 25-26 on various radio stations and via the Internet here

According to Mission Network News, though a service initiative created by Luis Palau Association, 740 churches joined together for citywide outreach since this June. Local Christians united to reach out to the poor and provide much-needed medical services. Across Kampala, the capital city, some 20 projects took place. The festival serves as a culmination event to celebrate and share more about the love of Jesus.  

The two-day free festival will begin with a children’s village that presents the Good News through crafts, games and children’s programs. Andrew Palau will share messages from God’s Word, while various world-class skateboarders, BMX bikers and freestyle motocross riders will perform. Also scheduled to appear in concert are Christian musicians Nicole C. Mullen and Papa San, along with other local artists.

For more information about the festival, click here.