PASTOR LINCOLN SERWANGA
Born on Christmas Day, 1962, in Kampala, Uganda. Pastor Lincoln Serwanga started early in his ministry as a youth Pastor in the same year that he became born-again, in 1981. He continued as a pastor and leader in various ministries in Uganda before arriving at Kensington Temple in London with the “Restoration Band” in 1988.
It was at Kensington Temple that he completed a diploma in Christian Ministry under the leadership of Wynne Lewis and Colin Dye. Just two years later in March 1991, Liberty Christian Fellowship was born at the Christian Alliance Centre in Waterloo, London.
Under Kensington Temple – London City Church, He was appointed a regional overseer over 23 churches to pastor their pastors and coordinate church plants in the Eastern zone of London. Additionally, at the onset of the G12 Vision, he was appointed as one of the Primary 12 leaders under Colin Dye for the South London base where he led a group of pastors under the Slogan “Men Mighty in Word and Deed”.
Impassioned by a desire to bless and equip leaders, Pastor Lincoln established “the Minstrel”, a free monthly CD circulation ministry to hundreds of churches in London. Under the same banner, he commenced holding pastors and leader’s seminars in the Ugandan cities of Kampala and Jinja with invitations to Tororo and Mbale as well as openings to Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa and other African nations.
In Europe and USA, he is increasingly being acknowledged as a strategic leadership consultant, bringing Prophetic and Apostolic insight about leadership, church growth and ‘turn-around’ situations. This year he was appointed to sit as one of 24 elders in Kingdom Global Ministries, a Texas-based Apostolic Network bringing together hundreds of churches and ministries in the USA, and across the globe.
Pastor Lincoln continues to pastor at Liberty Christian Fellowship with his wife Grace Serwanga. They have two son’s and reside in London, England.