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Text Box: Revivaluganda is a website to bring together a number of ministries working in Uganda for the furtherance of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is linked to www.revivaluk.org.uk  the original revival website, and provides access to the resources available on the revivalUK website.
The founder of revivalUK website, Mike Cadman, is a regular visitor to Uganda, supporting other ministries through Bible teaching and conferences. 
There are also links with Mount Zion Christian Academy in Buyaga, Sironko District and Kenyarevival.org and revivalPK.org  are other websites connected to revivalUK

The revivalUK website contains tracts for evangelism and booklets of Bible teaching which are all downloadable free of charge from the website. Some of the teachings have been translated into Luganda and will be downloadable from this website.

Some of the other booklets are downloadable from this website too and for the full range please follow the link to revivalUK  www.revivaluk.org.uk

Mike Cadman was involved in the ’House church’ movement in the UK as a result of a revival among the students at Liverpool University in the early 1970s. There he met

Mr GW North who was involved in the Bradford UK revival and travelled widely ministering with great blessing among many people. Mr North had a wonderful revelation of the Lord Jesus and a deep understanding of the New Covenant and  has written  many helpful books and, by kind permission, these are available on the revivalUk website, just click the picture to the left to go to the webpage.

For lots o testimonies
of the miracles the 
Lord Jesus as worked 
please click on any or all 
of the 3 arrowsProphecy

Click on ‘Prophecy’ above to read about recent prophecies in church in Beccles UK

PreachingClick on the word Preaching to hear 
some of the recent ministry
together with the intepretationJoseph and Rehema's 
Click on the photo

Click on the arrow for details of the visit to the North and the Rhino Refugee camp north of Arua.