Bara kana hoojin wangeelaa karaa waldoota Kristiyaana Oromo biyoota baayyee keessati hojetamaa jira. Waldooni keenya Ardi:
- Kaaba Amerikaa fi
Keessati hooji issaani balinaan hojechaa jiru. Hoojin kunis immamtni inni dukaa bu’uu, gutuumaa namumaa namaa tajaajilu issa jedhu (Wholistic ministry and mission) issa jedhu dha. Inni kunnis Waaqayyoo fayina lubu qofa ittu hin ta’iin furmaata jireenyaa guutumaati namaaf kena issa jedhu irrati kan hunda’uu dha. Kan lubuf kan haafuraa, kan amaaf kan bara baraa hundumaa waliti qabate kan jiru dha.
Tajaajilaa fi hooji hoojetamaa jiru ilaalchise dirree hooji wanlgelaati oddu nu qaqaban karaa fuula kana akka gabaasaa ti tamsaafna.
The United Oromo Evangelical Churches (UOEC) held its 13th annual council meeting July 28 – 30, 2010 in Portland, Oregon and elected The Rev. Dr. Gemechu Olana to be the president of the union. Rev. Gemechu Olana was a graduate of Mekane Yesus Theological Seminary in Ethiopia and after his graduation he was selected to teach in the same seminary because of his excellent academic standing. He then moved to Germany where he successfully completed his PhD in Contextual Theology studies. Rev. Gemechu is currently serving as pastor for the Oromo church in Los Angeles. Read more ï¿½
The conference opened officially as scheduled on Thursday, July 29 at 6:00P.M. After welcoming all those in attendance Brother Worku Sado, president of the host church, invited Rev. Dr. Gemechis Buba, President of the Union, to officially open the 15th
UOEC Annual Conference. Read more ï¿½
Union of Evangelical Oromo Churches in Europe (UOECE), a continental umbrella organization aimed at fostering unity among Oromo churches, fellowships and congregations scattered in Europe, has been established.
The establishment of UOECE was declared at the end of a four-day revival conference held in Frankfurt, Germany, May 13-16, 2010. Read more ï¿½
Oromo Evangelical Church of Portland is hosting 2010 annual United Oromo Evangelical Church International Conference. We are writing this letter to extend an invitation to our brother and sister all over the United state and the rest of the world. God is rising up a strong Oromo Christian Community through-out the world. He has redeemed us by the blood of Christ, built Churches and equipped us to make a difference globally. This is the time to gather as one and strength one another through the word, worship, teaching, training love and fellowship. Read more ï¿½
The enthusiastically anticipated West Coast Oromo Churches the 6th Annual Conference was held from March 19-21, 2010 in Oakland, California with the Oromo Evangelical Church of the Bay Area as a host.
All of Oromo churches in the West Cost fully participated in the conference by sending church members, lay ministers, elected elders, and pastors. In addition to the West Cost churches ministers from the Oromo church in Minneapolis traveled to Oakland for the conference. It was a marvelous event --- to see hundreds of Oromo Christians to come together to worship the Lord in the spirit of unity and love. Above all, there is nothing that gives more joy than to hear preachers bring the message of the word of God in power, and in the Holy Spirit, and with much conviction. It was a great blessing to hear and see the Spirit of the Living God working among us, with heavenly blessing, healing of the sick and speaking of the Holy Spirit giving guidance for individuals who are in need of specific directions in different areas of their lives and answer to questions.
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The Oromo National Gospel Conference was successfully conducted February 6, 2010, at the Millennium Hall with more than 10,000 Oromo people attending and a 450-member mass choir.
The joy and excitement the conference has created in the city of Finfinne and throughout the nation is hard to verbally describe. It was a totally God-event for our people. It was conducted in the presence of Ethiopian and Oromia Government leaders, national and international church leaders and even the U.S. Ambassador to the continent of Africa came to address the conference.
When the suggestion was made to hold this conference, only one month before the event, no one expected it would be such a large, far-reaching, and impactful gathering as it became. It was a gathering where the beauty of unity in the Spirit of the Lord was clearly observed. It was the first of its kind and a pride and hope in the Lord for the Oromo Christian community and for the entire Oromo nation at large. It is a clear indication of our great future as a Christian churches and as a nation. Read more ï¿½
The Oromo Evangelical Lutheran Churches of the ELCA to the 2009 ELCA Church Wide Assembly on the Social Statement of human sexuality
The people and the Government of the United States have accepted us with extended hands to become part of the nation. We appreciate the hospitality we received and experienced in this country by church and people. We are also grateful to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) for standing with us in the process of organizing our Oromo congregations in several States of the United States. We are indebted to the bishops and Mission Directors of our respective synods, which have helped us in so many ways. We love our fellow brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ with all our hearts. We have been through many things together with churches that hosted us and pastors and leaders of congregations who shared the warmth of their hearts with us. Read more ï¿½
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