So the Campus Kara hit on 7th November 2018 and it was the most exciting and relate-able night at the Watoto Church with the theme Relationships # Truth and Dare. Obviously this night is a strictly “Campusers Only Event” because the space and information was particularly in line with any campuser’s life.
This could have actually been the most fun Kara ever. I mean who does not share their relationship issues. There is obviously the common yes cheating and “he does not give me enough time” sort of thing but let’s take a deeper look into what this church into the knowledge it had to offer.
Obviously there was a praise and worship session that always gives you the EDM sensation under the authority of the great and entertaining DJ Hash, but there was also the truth or dare session in which the most captivating question was if you would quarrel with a boda-boda guy for your 500shs. Those that said yes had to put up their shoes for this. They also had an informative session about the Cell Program where one of these helped a lady that used to sell avocados and could barely afford rent and how they helped her get even her own home to stay in.
Then came the panel session which was a talk about relationships. But I personally always ponder with myself about questioning the obvious; our human desires and the interpretation of the world. One member in particular talked about how he had to break off from a sex addicting relationship to find a new lady with whom he had more of a connection past the sexual appetite. Obviously he vowed to be married to this lady in three years and he did, but if he never abandoned his demons he would never meet the true love of his life. We are all human especially in this particular time, trying to find ourselves and I guess our inner demons can never aid that.
The night concluded with Pastor Brian’s teaching and guidance to better relationships not only with our partners but also with our families. He also talked about portraying the church in you to the world through good deeds. He also told the virgins out there to keep it still and to ignore the pressures, your time shall come. I guess it feels like it was a Ssenga Session in English but it was a night of true in depth reflection into our relationships because as we grow, we tend to get distant from the ones we knew, even those we used to talk to on a daily basis.