Nicholas & Esther Kasadha

Nicholas Kasadha is the chief deacon while his wife Esther is the assistant to the Resident Pastor. The couple also serve as the zonal pastors of Namatala Zone (one of the city suburbs in Mbale district)

Nicholas

Born in 1978 in Kamuli district, Nicholas is a graduate of Agriculture and Veterinary medicine and has over the years worked as teacher, veterinary officer, Agricultural officer and manager among others. He got married to Esther in 2007 and they have three daughters.

Nicholas gave his life to Christ at the age of 16.  He started out with despising Christian considering the faith a thing for the faint-hearted and poor suffering people. His turning point came when he visited his siblings and noticed the love, passion and close relationship that they enjoyed with God. One morning he walked to Full Gospel Church in Masaka town and said “I want to give my life to Christ”. After giving his life to Christ, Nicholas joined a strong fellowship called The Living Water Fellowship, a group that brought together people of different professional backgrounds, seeing high profile professionals so passionate about God made him even stronger in his zeal to serve God.  He was a missions coordinator in Kyambogo University, leader of the worship team at the Kingdom of Life Tabernacle, were he was ordained minister.

He joined Pearl Haven in 2003 and started off as a volunteer in the youth ministry (2012), growing to become a Chief Deacon (2013) and Zonal Pastor of Namatala Cell in 2015.

 Esther is a health work, with a diploma in clinical medicine, and a degree in health services. She is an expert trainer of trainers working with international organizations across the nation. Esther first joined Pearl Haven as a student in medical school where she was leading the schools Christian fellowship. She is a very aggressive Christian connecting people with solutions.

Nicholas & Esther bring a lot of experience to the departments that they head, having worked in several places in different capacities, they are in charge of general church administration, overseeing the ushering, technical, security and facilities and counseling departments.