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 history of Evangelical Christianity among the Oromo people is very much tied with the Lutheran churches, as efforts to reach the Oromo nation with the gospel is made primarily by the Lutheran missionaries since the early the 19th century. We, the Oromo people are greatly indebted to those missionaries. It is a history recorded with inerasable ink, with the blood of those missionaries who died as they were endeavoring to bring the good news to our people. Read more ï¿½
The communion of African Lutheran Churches across North America is in full participation on this convocation with deep gratitude to God. In such a very distressing, shocking and confusing time for all of our churches we are deeply grateful to God who has never abandoned his beloved church and who offers us this resurrection experience of renewed life in Christ through this convocation. We are also grateful for the leaders of movements such as Word Alone, Lutheran Core and Lutheran Churches in Mission for Christ for their persistent and enduring leadership in season and out of season to stand for our common witness. Read more ï¿½
Peace and Grace to you all!
Attached please find the letter sent from the UOEC Board to all Oromo Churches regarding the 2009 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Church wide Assembly decision that has caused major turmoil in the denomination.
The purpose of the letter is to protect our churches and our witness from any tension and disruption through clarifying our clear biblical and theological stand on this critical issue. I hope this letter will help you to explain our clear position if there are any doubts or questions or confusion in the congregation or else where in this regard. We will send you the copy of the document in which details explanation is given of why we are opposed to this decision and our resolution of as a result.
Please read, if you would like to, to the congregation or any other way you think better in you context.
We won’t be panic – Jesus is risen.
Minneapolis, Minnesota Read more ï¿½
The conference opened officially as scheduled on Thursday, July 23 at 6:00P.M. Pastor Waaqtola Dingade, pastor of the host church, invited Rev. Gemechis Buba, President of the Union, to officially open the 14th UOEC Annual Conference. Mr. Berhanu Yadeta, president of the host church, welcomed all those in attendance. Read more ï¿½
The Oromo Evangelical Church of Washington DC is thrilled and privileged to host the 14th Annual Union of Oromo Evangelical Churches Spiritual Conference to be held here in Washington DC from Thursday, July 23 through Sunday, July 26th, 2009. We are looking forward to welcoming all of you here in the heart of the nation. Read more ï¿½
Oromo churches around the world held conferences and revival meetings as the New Year began. This year, again, the Lord gives us yet another opportunity to experience the renewing works of the Holy Spirit. Conducted in churches in California, Norway, and Australia, the New Year began with a message of hope and renewing power. Read more ï¿½
Six years ago the Metro Washington, DC area Oromo Christian community faced the greatest challenge ever. The challenge was not external; it was a bitter internal conflict over issues that with some wisdom and patience could be resolved in discussion. The entire Oromo Christian community both in Diaspora and in the homeland has experience much pain as a result of these issues. As was reported in previous updates, the severe conflict led to the separation of even blood relatives, old friends, and of course Christian brothers and sisters. The church was evenly divided. One group left and started a separate mission. Read more ï¿½
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