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Samuel Mukasa, was born in Entebbe and raised in Sokolo, a small village in the then, Mpigi District in Uganda. Samuel began his primary schooling at Katende Primary School. Raised in a “born-again” home, Samuel attended church, participated in family Bible study and prayer; but the understanding of God’s Word had yet to be illuminated in his heart. After graduating from Kako Secondary school Samuel’s dream came true when he was accepted to St. Henry’s College Kitovu for his advanced school certificate. Soon he was recruited to play for the Sports Club Villa, the biggest soccer club in Uganda, at the time. After playing soccer for a time, his mentor and friend encouraged him to “get an education”, and connected Samuel with the soccer program at Alabama A&M University in Huntsville, Alabama. Within six years Samuel obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance, along with a Master’s of Science degree in Economics with a concentration in Finance.

While serving as a lead in the intercessory prayer ministry at his home church, Trinity Church Miami under the leadership of Pastor Rich and Robyn Wilkerson, he received a call from God to "go fight for my people." It was then that he began to pursue the calling of God on his life.  He went on to acquire a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Theology from Life Christian University. In prayer and fasting he and his wife, Ebonie planted Experience Church International in Miami, Fl., with the mission to connect the hearts of people around the world to the heart of God. Samuel's unique perspective, partnered with his foundational understanding of God’s Word, makes for thought-provoking messaging and commentary. His gifting for strategic prayer strategies have been a faith-building comfort to many facing life's most challenging moment. Samuel's heart is to encourage you to pursue God with all your heart and strength. Leading you to discover the fullness of God's love for you!
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