1. Growing Up in a Ugandan Slum - Richmond Wandera
His father murdered, Richmond was forced to grow up in a slum. This is his story about escaping a slum and returning with a message of hope. Get in touch Website: www.marcuswong.net Instagram: @marcus_wongy Email: email@example.com Compassion Australia: www.compassion.com.au
126: How Can You Call Teenagers To Live A Life of Sacrifice and Purpose? Interview with Richmond Wandera from Compassion
Volunteer Youth Worker Podcast
Sometimes you might assume that the students in your group are only looking for comfort, entertainment, and fun. After all, the world we live in is complex and your students have a ton of pressures that they deal with every day. However, we know that the call of Jesus is to live a life of sacrifice and purpose--and you play an integral part in helping your students realize that! Join us on today’s episode with Richmond Wandera from Compassion as he talks through how he has called young people to live a life of sacrifice and how the sacrifice of a high school girl changed his life forever. Want to hear more of Richmond’s story? Check out this video: https://vimeo.com/623679494/fc32d1a69f Want to check out more from the Youth Worker Community and Compassion? Check out this link: https://www.youthworker.community/project/povertychallenge/ Want to get involved with Compassion Canada? Check out the work they are doing here: https://www.compassion.ca/good/ We want to see YOU in person during our On The Road tour in October and November! You can keep up to date with our plans and pivots here: https://www.youthworker.community/ontheroad/ Special thanks to this episode’s sponsor, Trinity Western University. Their mission is to develop godly Christian leaders: positive, goal-oriented university graduates with thoroughly Christian minds; growing disciples of Jesus Christ who glorify God through fulfilling the Great Commission, serving God and people in the various marketplaces of life. They are passionately committed to helping you discover how to be fully and faithfully present in the world and to play a vital role in God’s work of healing, hope, and renewal. Learn more about this leading liberal arts university with campuses in both Canada and the USA at TWU.ca Submit your youth ministry question at youthministry.team.
S06 E05: A Life of Compassion with Richmond Wandera
Word Made Digital
Richmond Wandera is a pastor and entrepreneurial leader from Uganda. This episode is deeply moving as Richmond shares his story, the impact of Compassion child sponsorship on his life, and how he is now training and equipping pastors and ministry leaders in the very church that helped his family out of a desperate situation. There is so much to learn from Richmond and the work that Compassion is doing in the world to help. --- Listen to our weekly episodes of the podcast: Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/xw8k2t2r Apple Music: https://tinyurl.com/ytms6na7 Google: https://tinyurl.com/bjraf4vy --- Learn more about Compassion Canada Website: https://www.compassion.ca/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/compassionca/--- Learn more about Word Made Digital: Website: https://www.wordmadedigital.com/ Connect with us on Instagram: https://tinyurl.com/fsycm98m Join our Facebook Group "Digital Church": https://tinyurl.com/hfwuecm9 --- Thank you to our Season 6 sponsors: Compassion Canada: https://www.compassion.ca/ WayBase: https://www.waybase.com/ Visit http://Waybase.com/report for a free report that helps leaders post-Covid--- Music: "Good Morning" by Laxcity Musicbed Licensed
#72 Christianity in Africa - NT Wright meets Ugandan church leader Richmond Wandera
Ask NT Wright Anything
Justin Brierley hosts a dialogue between NT Wright and Ugandan church leader Richmond Wandera on the challenges and opportunities facing the church in Africa. Richmond was able to escape poverty as a child because of Compassion International. Please sponsor a child: Text JUSTIN to 83393 (USA only)Or visit http://www.compassion.com/justinEvery sponsor from the USA will receive a copy of Justin's book 'Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with Christians, I'm still a Christian'. We hope to see 100 children sponsored through Compassion and the Ask NT Wright Anything Show.
Richmond Wandera’s [Waun-DARE-Ah] life started off in the slums of Uganda, where his father was brutally murdered. This thrust him and his family into desperate poverty. But a remarkable change came about when he became a sponsored child with Compassion Australia. We’ll hear his incredible success storySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mattias Martinson möter - Richmond Wandera i ett specialavsnitt inspelat via länk. Richmonds barndom var smärtsam och utmanande, präglad av extrem fattigdom, sjukdom, förlust och hopplöshet. Hans familj gick ofta utan mat. Han led av malaria nästan ett dussin gånger, och hans far mördades. När han sponsrades och började gå på Compassions utvecklingscenter för barn i en lokal kyrka förändrade vården, utbildningen och kärleken han fick dramatiskt hans liv. När hoppet växte började Richmond snabbt utmärka sig i skolan. Efter examen valdes han till Compassions Leadership Development Program, vilket gav honom möjlighet att få en universitetsexamen. Detta formade till slut banan för hela hans liv och byggde i honom ett hjärta för att uppmuntra och inspirera till livsförvandlande förändring i individer, samhällen och nationer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Richmond Wandera – Christianity, witchcraft and the prosperity gospel in Uganda
Richmond Wandera, a pastor in Kampala, Uganda and listener of Unbelievable? talks to Justin about the history of Christian revival in Africa, elections and Covid in Uganda, witchcraft, secularism and the problem of the prosperity gospel in churches. He also share his story of coming from the slums of Kampala through to theological education and church leadership in a show in partnership with Compassion. To sponsor a child through Compassion via Unbelievable? http://www.compassion.com/justin Or text JUSTIN to 83393 (USA only) As a thankyou, USA sponsors will receive a copy of Justin's book 'Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with atheists, I'm still a Christian'
The Human Condition is depicted as without strength and yet Life requires strength.How can I find the strength to stand in the storms of life? This is only possible by waiting and going to God because He is strength and the given of strength to the weak.
Episode 96 – Richmond Wandera – Leaders on Leadership
Tremendous Leadership with Dr. Tracey Jones
Are there cultural differences to good leadership? Dr. Richmond Wandera of the Pastor Discipleship Network shares insights on leading through struggles, keeping your eyes on the vision, and whether the vision should change or stay the same. Richmond is President at Pastors Discipleship Network, Pastor at NewLife Church, Leader, Speaker, and advocate, and on episode 96 of the Tremendous Leadership podcast, he shares what it takes to pay the price of leadership.LINKSwww.pdnafrica.orgContact Dr. Richmond Wandera if you are able to partner with richmondug(at)gmail.comwww.tremendousleadership.com/pages/podcastThe Price of Leadership https://tremendousleadership.com/products/price-of-leadership-life-changing-classics-volume-xiQUOTES“Those in leadership face the challenge of twice lonely. They need to meet the needs of their people, but also drink of their own remedy.” – Dr. Richmond Wandera“Loneliness is not only relational.” – Dr. Richmond Wandera“It’s not always obvious to a leader that they’re lonely.” – Dr. Richmond Wandera“The nature of leadership is that you are a shepherd that cares for the sheep.” – Dr. Richmond Wandera“True leadership is leaving the 99 to look for the one lost.” – Dr. Richmond Wandera“Every six months I go off to pray and receive my vision statement.” – Dr. Richmond Wandera“The vision must not be written in rock. You must look at it again.” – Dr. Richmond Wandera Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices