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Background

The pursuers network was founded as a result of the FIRE of youth conference held at Eden Revival Church in August 2001. The theme of the conference was “The pursuit of God”. At that conference, God’s presence was so awesome and powerful that the spirit of God clearly gave us instructions to follow up what we had started. As a result, we formed the pursuers NETWORK that will bring together people that have got a passion for (God seekers) all over the world.

What is Pursuers Network?

This is a group of believers, people who have resolved to seek God for the sake of their generation, that God’s glorious presence may come back to the church.
Pursuers have a lot in common, primarily; they are not interested in camping out on some dusty truth know to everyone. They are craving for the fresh presence of the Almighty.

The Holy Spirit spoke out in very clear terms that the greatest evil that has befallen the church today is “THE SPIRIT OF COMPLANCENCY”.

Where a bulk of the church is like some proverbial detective holding a telescope in his hand and studying where God has been, debating where God was and what he did.

To the true pursuer all these are immaterial. They want to run a head and hard on this trail of truth until they are at Spirit of revelation where he presently exists. They crave to TASTE, TOUCH with their hearts, to SEE with their inner eyes the wonders of GOD.

Who actually is a pursuer?

Pursuers are people who have made up their mind to seek God no matter what Psalm 24:6. They have chosen to live a life beyond an ordinary Christian, for this one reason that the glory of God may be made manifest.

They are builders of old waste places. Isaiah 58:12.
They are wall builders like Nehemiah.
They are the kind who will take their lives in their hands and take God at His word.

Pursuers are people whose relentless, passionate pursuit of Christ may cause them to be miss understood by others. Yet having tested His goodness and glimpsed the invisible could be satisfied with nothing else.

Aims and Objectives

  • To see the church of Christ emerge in greater power and glory.
  • To unite the church.
  • To halt the syndrome of church split which has badly affected the church of today.
  • To take back the church to its cardinal mission of winning souls.
  • To carryout research on the major causes of church splits, rampant poverty and many other social economic bottlenecks of the church.
  • Encourage up coming young leaders to work as they minister.

Activities

  • Prayer for each other everyday. Every pursuer will be obliged to pray for fellow pursuers during his or her daily prayer time.
  • Holding a pursuer grand meeting every first Sunday of every month in different church fellowhips.
  • To reach out to all the churches and institutions in the city and upcountry and establish pursuers satellite clubs.
  • Carryout evangelistic missions in schools, institutions upcountry and outside the country.
  • Hold pursuers distinct grand meetings every month.
  • We conduct a radio programme on Impact radio 98.4FM every Saturday at 11:00pm to 11:30pm.
  • Conduct a prayer overnight once every three month.

Membership

  • As a member of the pursuers Network you are required to sign a commitment card, as a sign of your covenant with God to pursue a hard after him.
  • Every born again Christian who is hungry and thirsty for God is welcome to join the pursuer Network.
  • No membership fee is required but only commitment to this cause.
  • As a member you are required to attend the pursuers’ Grand meeting, which takes place every first Sunday of the Month in the afternoon at a venue, which will always be communicated through the media.

Future projections

To establish offices in Kampala city and branch offices in all regions.

To conduct pursuers TV and more radio programmes.

Conduct district pursuers grand meetings in every district in Uganda.

After establishing ourselves in Uganda, then the pursuers Network will be taken all over Africa, America, Europe and the world at large.

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