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Hi I'm Henry Mwesigwa

I was born and raised up in Uganda. I'm Journalist,Television News Anchor/Presenter.I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a Journalist by professional working with main stream media in Television Broadcasting as a News Anchor/Presenter. I like Football (Soccer) and running half Marathon,competed in a 10KM Marathon before where I clocked personal Best of 1 hour. I'm a U.S International Exchange Alumni (I.V.L.P 2011)

Why I am a Mormon

In the year 1993 as a young man, the church found me and got converted after several months of learning about the gospel through a close friend and missionaries. It was the most difficult decision ever taken but yet a rewarding one several years later as I look back to my journey so far. It was a new day and a new beginning into my life, I have never looked back but continue pressing forward in faith and determination in enduring to the end. My life has been blessed so much especially knowing and understanding that I have a loving Father in Heaven who doesn't care who I am but hears and answers every question I may have in every day life and beyond making the purpose of life now more meaningful to me than before I became a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I currently serve in my local church unit and I feel privileged to be a little bit of service to those around me.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Henry Mwesigwa
A testimony is purely a blue print of our spiritual life, a personal inner conviction of what we believe in and for this case the truthfulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ, God the Eternal Father and the divine mission of the Holy Spirit as a witness of the whole truth as restored to day through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Show more Show less