From Muslim to Preacher of the Gospel of Christ
Aisha Namuli was born and raised in Kampala. Born to a Muslim father, and nothing seemed to get her into a place of connection with Him.
Unexpectedly, finding the true love of Jesus Christ changed Namuli’s perspective about life and faith. She received Christ’s salvation and the love of God through grace by faith in February 2006.
Namuli has been called to evangelize through the Word of God and to heal the spiritually, emotionally, and the physically broken. . She has been teaching the Word locally and internationally since 2010.
Namuli is the author of “Found By Grace”, an autobiography and testimony in life with Christ. “Found” is her first book, released in February 2016 by Xulon Press, based in Florida, USA.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies from Makerere University, Namuli made a life-changing decision to settle in the United States in 2008. There, she attended Benny Hinn School of Ministry in 2009, becoming a well-knowledgeable, equipped, well- trained student in classes such as; “Operating in the Anointing” and “Deliverance from Demons”. She is currently a candidate at Walden University, pursuing a Master of Science in Non-profit Management and Leadership specializing in Local Government Management and Sustainable Communities.
For two years, Namuli led a fellowship in Los Angeles, teaching the Word to young adults to help them examine their daily lives and focus on Christ. In 2013, she embarked on a journey, as an International evangelist, conference speaker, philanthropist and president and founder of the non-profit organization, Anna Evangelistic Ministries (AEM), in Uganda and religious organization, in the United States.
AEM has been recognized for Kingdom work in different countries through the visible manifestations of God’s supernatural power in conferences, crusades, mission work, medical missions, prison ministry, feeding programs, disaster relief mission, water relief mission and inner city outreach programs.
AEM’s sister organization, The Anna Foundation ,was formed in 2012; to advocate and support for young girls’ education, teach leadership skills, organizational skills and self-worth or values to young adults in rural areas of less developed countries.
In 2015, Namuli followed her dream to create a talk show, “A Heart for A Soul with Aisha Namuli.” The show consists of biblical teaching, words of encouragement, words of wisdom and, love and interaction with guests, discussing social, economic, political and family topics, all related to the Bible.
Today, Namuli is an International evangelist who has organized conferences around the world to heal the broken-hearted through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. During these conferences, many lives have been transformed, renewed, and changed through manifestation of God’s presence, healing and deliverance.
Namuli is the vision bearer for the Get Up and Walk Conference, the Africa Women of Valor Conference, and the Replace Conference. These annual conferences bring Namuli and other speakers as they minister the Gospel in different nations of the world. She has preached the message of Jesus Christ and His redemptive power in countries including: The Netherlands, Uganda, Kenya and the United States. She resides in Pasadena, California.
Communities in Uganda
Namuli says, “The greatest gift any man can ever give you is the Gospel of Christ. And, that is what l intend to do as a child of God through His grace – evangelize the love of Christ – through the Word and Gospel of God to the lost.
“I will do this through development aid, empowering programs, and initiatives to the community thus fostering positive social change. As the vision bearer of Anna Evangelistic Ministries, our mission involves healing the broken-hearted.
“We have done this through sharing the love of Christ – inner city outreach programs, visiting children orphanages, praying for the sick in hospitals and organizing feeding programs in the impoverished areas of Kampala.”
About the Book
“Found” describes Namuli’s journey of searching to find her true self. Lost in a world that everyone called normal, life was an unending series of questions as to who she was and why everything ‘normal’ felt so wrong. To her dismay, her answers lay on the other side of the faith, beliefs and values she was raised in a Muslim.
In the book Namuli says, “Grace is all about Jesus dying on the Cross, for our sins and his blood sacrifice was the offering for the remission of our sins that are past to declare us righteousness in the presence of God. God’s grace is unmerited, undeserving, freely given and a gift from God.”
“Found” is Namuli’s story. It is engaging, compelling and tells the powerful story of a young woman lost in both her mind and the world. It is only through the revelation of Jesus Christ that she found a fulfilling life of serving in the Kingdom of God, preaching the Word of God in communities around the world and helping the sick, poor, disadvantaged and vulnerable.
While she was still a Muslim, Namuli’s life questions began to be answered by the revelation of Jesus Christ. What started as a dream one night evolved into a life-long journey of learning that religious works cannot lead to answers, but the grace of Jesus through faith has the power to decipher all doubts in life.
Her life changed for the better as she surrendered to a new relationship with Jesus Christ