Greetings to all in Jesus name!

It has been a while since we posted an update I hope to have a new blog post up soon updating you on all that is happening and what is on the horizon. But for now I want to announce a new 6 week class that we are offering for all interested individuals in the Kampala region.

For we are God’s fellow workers; you are God’s field, you are God’s building. According to the grace of God which was given to me, as a wise master builder I have laid the foundation, and another builds on it. But let each one take heed how he builds on it. For no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ. 

We seek to do just that laying the foundation which Jesus laid and teach His truths as the framework.

This six week study will challenge what many here in Uganda believe to be the gospel and what it means to call yourself a christian.

Topics include but not limited to:

  • Jesus’ Gospel of the Kingdom
  • God ransoms a people
  • Two Kingdoms & What must we do?
  • Entrance vs Inheritance in the Kingdom of God
  • Obedience and the Sermon on the Mount
  • Citizens of another Kingdom abiding in Christ

We hope all of you who are able can join us for this class. We will meet at Cornerstone Coffee & Books across from Makerere University small gate. We will begin on September 5th and it will be every tuesday from 10:00am to 12:00noon. Please message us if you are interested in attending so we can make proper arrangements!




Greetings to you in Jesus’ mighty name,

Some of you may have heard of our brother-in-Christ from Kenya, named Victor. He is the joyful man standing next to Charlton, that has a smile on his face. Victor has been battling cancer for several years now. Last year he traveled to Kampala, Uganda to receive high level radiation in the hopes eliminating his cancer. His cancer has now spread, so he has traveled from Kenya back to Kampala for 2 weeks of radiation in hopes of reducing the cancer growths and helping with pain reduction.

We are thankful to have the opportunity to stand along side of our dear brother through this time. Since we are in Kampala, it makes it possible for us to be with him. Brother Joseph Ssemanda (pictured above) has devoted himself to visiting Victor daily since he has arrived. He has been praying with him, reading scripture to him, and they have been going on walks together. Today they began reading through the Sermon on the Mount.

Please be in prayer for Victor. Pray that he will draw near to God in this time. Pray that his treatment will go well, and for pain relief and healing. We give God honor and glory for all the things He is doing.

Thank you to all that have financially made it possible for Victor’s current radiation treatment. This has been fully funded, praise God! There could be further needs after we receive the doctors recommendation of next steps in 2 weeks.