Kayemba Robert is married to Betty Kayemba. We will be making five years in our marriage on the 14th April 2008. We have got two daughters, Praise and Shammah.
I feel that God’s people need to know their creator and I have so much passion for the people in the villages because they are the least reached. I am involved in the music ministry when we go out to evangelize as one of the ways of winning people to Christ. Music is such an influence for many people and if properly directed, can bring a great impact on the community in bringing people to Christ which bears it’s roots in the saying that “as water is to human life, so is music to an African soul”.
As for Betty my wife, she is also a musician and has been so much involved in door to door evangelism as well as children’s ministry in church. She enjoys teaching the young children in a way of discipling in knowing the Lord as they grow up.
I had struggles getting my fees and as I shared with a friend, I was encouraged to approach a Pentecostal church in Bugembe where I got employed as a choir trainer. The people that I used to train are the ones that preached the gospel to me. I after sometime gave my life to Jesus. I made this decision in 1998 and since then I have never turned back.
Betty was being troubled by high blood pressure for a long time and not until she visited the Pentecostal church near her home that she got healed and decided to give her life to Christ. This was in 1998. At the moment we minister in Divine love church choir in Wanyange.