Emmanuella and Steven of Choir 82

It’s been an awesome 5 months of tour  in the US and only 2 weeks left before we return home.

Here are our youngest Steven and Emmanuelle. Only 7 years old who have illuminated the hearts of people with their beautiful smiles and acts of worship.

“I’ve enjoyed eating yogurt and ice cream”, says Emmanuella.


“I’ve enjoyed playing in the ocean water and in the park”, says Steven.


Steven loves playing soccer too.

Both Steven and Emmanuelle come from one of the Watoto Homes in the Northern part of Uganda called Laminadera. They were rescued as little babies and now they are confident, Happy and brilliant children.

Thank you Uncle John

He’s a father, an uncle, a teacher, a mentor and most of all Watoto Children’s Choir Bus Driver for all the Watoto U.S teams. He goes by many titles. His name is John Matiyosus.

Uncle John started serving with the Choir 8 years ago.

“I love serving with  the Watoto Children’s Choir.  My greatest moments are when I meet the new Aunties and Uncles and the Children who are traveling for the very first time in the U.S,” he says.

Uncle John with Daisy, Lucy and Abigail..

Uncle John with Daisy, Lucy and Abigail..

From the day Choir 82 landed at Dulles International Airport in Washington DC, September 26th,2016;  Uncle John has been taking good care of us while capturing every moment on his camera.

“Since  I started touring, I have come across about 300 children and I absolutely love all of them,” he adds.

He doesn’t stop at taking care of Choir teams that travel to the U.S, he also sponsors 5 children. For the next 6 months he’ll be traveling with Choir 84 in the Mid-West of the U.S who will be touring with our new production called Signs and Wonders. We wish him and the team an amazing experience as they testify of God’s greatness.

Uncle John with the children on Choir 82

Uncle John with the children on Choir 82

A blessing in a mall


Debbie Weaver and Lami Campbell where walking through Old Navy store in NC running their daily errands one Saturday morning when they ran into 9 boys in a straight line all dressed the same.

They were astonished to see this and before they could say a thing, all the boys greeted them in chorus.

“We were filled with so much joy and we were taken in awe at the kind of manners these little boys expressed to strangers,” says Auntie Debbie.

They had no idea what these boys where doing or who they were.

“Until 3 boys approached me from  the line. They asked for my name ad after telling the other boys who we were,they again greated us,” she explains with a smile. “And they always spoke in chorus,” she adds.

Jeff, Edison and Shafik where the young boys who aproached them. They shared about who they are, come from and about Watoto as the organisation. They later invited them for the concert- Oh What Love Worship exprience – that night.

“I was so impressed by the confidence in which they spoke and the knowledge they had about their home. Those little children; I was blown away,” remembers Auntie Lani.

Out of the abundance of their heart’s, the ladies paid for all the jeans that the children had picked out from the shelves.

Later that evening, keeping to their word;they came and watched the concert.


Auntie Lani and Auntie Debbie with Timothy Paul and Timothy


Auntie Lani with all the children

“We would love to see them again. My church is in South Carolina,and I’m going to speak to my pastors so we can have the Watoto Children’s Choir come to our church. Thank you for blessing my heart,” she smiles.