My Experience at WWTC
Prior to my joining WWTC I had gone through some crisis whereby I had lost my beloved husband and it was a difficult time of my life. My life was broken in to pieces and I saw myself living in a dark World full of hopelessness because of the crisis. I had a lot of emptiness and nobody could fill it. I lost so many friends and I just had nobody. My greatest prayer was that God would help me to go through the crisis of grieve and heal my life from pain.
In 2013, I attended a ladies conference at Mbale High School where Sister McDowell was our guest speaker. The good news was that while we were serving the Guest Visitors with Sister Judith, Mom Leta McDowell approached me with a smile and her words were that God had spoken to her that I join WWTC 2014 class. I did not know what to answer her but that statement really disturbed my heart. Then Sister Judith confirmed to me it was God’s idea.
I prayed over it and in 2014 God gave me the grace to join WWTC 2014 class. I began to experience some financial crisis in my family and it really put me down to a point that I wanted to discontinue with classes. I shared with Sister Judith who encouraged me, we prayed over it and God began to intervene in my situation.
I will never regret why I came, this has been my place of inspiration, refreshment, healing of my pain, restoration, fellowship and an eye opener to the God given Vision. WWTC has helped me to overcome many things i.e the deep challenges of life.
The training has changed my life, wiped my tears and kept me focused on my God. I thank God that I obeyed His voice to come to WWTC. I will send more students from my Church.
I thank God for the opportunity, thank McDowells for obeying the voice of God and telling me what He was saying, I thank the Staff for teaching me the truth excellently. I thank my children for understanding the many nights I spent reading books and writing reports. God bless WWTC.