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Apr
16

Take Action – After Abortion Care

Each month we will offer a list of action ideas so you can defend, honor, and celebrate Life in your churches and communities on our Take Action page. This month, we are looking at after abortion care. 1 in 4 women have an abortion by age 45—and some of them are in your church.  That […]

Apr
15

A Place of Deep Honesty

One of the places we’ve talked a lot about this year is our Tuesday afternoon lunch with the homeless, Daily Bread. Most Tuesdays, after eating a delicious meal with our houseless and unemployed friends, Tessa, Kieran, Erika, Henry, and Annie and I walk across the street to West Park to debrief the experience. Actually the […]

Apr
15

The Role of History in Pastoral Care for Christians from a Muslim Background

Part 1 of 2 It happened twice, once in North Africa and once in Constantinople. I had been invited to give some lectures to congregations consisting mostly of Christians from a Muslim background (CMBs). As a professor I had a number of topics I could address, I explained to the pastors: biblical studies, spirituality, theology, […]

Apr
15

Karamoja food poisoning: Wake-up call for Christian values in relief service

Douglas Olum, far right, at age 12 and shortly after his release from the Lord’s Resistance Army and another returnee, far left. Others pictured are Douglas’ family. All consumed World Food Program supplements in the 1990s. By Douglas Olum At the peak of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), rebels’ insurgency in Northern Uganda in the […]

Apr
12

News from Latin America – Part Two

CHILE We held Catalyst in February, and it was one of our most successful trainings! The Chilean team was totally renovated and refreshed. Of the twelve people who participated, eight attended for the first time. Several participants now plan to go to the mission field!As a result of Catalyst, we have a new member on […]

Apr
11

News from Global Teams Latin America – Part One

And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus (Phil 4:19). Orlando & Ligia Otarola We have started a year that I consider different from previous ones, full of challenges and a lot of work. Most importantly, we always have the certainty that our God is […]

Apr
11

Partners American Consultant Message: Partnership value for Uganda Christian University School of Medicine (Part II)

Doug Fountain (left) with some of the UCU School of Medicine of students in Mengo, Uganda. (UCUPartners’ Photo) By Brendah Ndagire In February 2019, Uganda Christian University Partners’ USA- based Consultant, Doug Fountain, conducted a series of consultation meetings in Uganda and other African countries. He met with medical education experts involved with the Christian […]

Apr
10

Stepping Up

Apr
08

Visiting the Batwa Pygmies in Uganda

I just returned from an incredible trip with this team sharing Christ and giving goats to the Batwa pygmies in Uganda.  Here is Lina Godine’s reflections from the trip: “Up, up, up we climbed along a dirt path that had been carved into the mountainside by bare, calloused feet that daily trod the red dust. The […]

Apr
08

Death and Hope

For some time I’ve been reading the book of Hebrews – this past week, I focused just on chapter 11. Seeing the nature of the faith of the OT saints, and what they actually went through as they stood firm in faith, has been breathtaking. They witness (12:1) to lifelong faith in the promises of […]

Apr
08

USA Consultant Message: Partnership value for Uganda Christian University School of Medicine (Part I)

  UCU Partners Consultant Doug Fountain (third from left) with affiliates from Johnson and Johnson Global Community Impact, Novartis Social Business and Kabarak University, Kenya at the UCU School of Medicine. (UCUPartners Photo) By Brendah Ndagire In Uganda, there is 1 doctor per 65,000 people, and 1 dentist per 175,000 people. With more health workers, […]

Apr
04

Twin brothers use technology to transform Uganda businesses, schools and more

Samuel Kakuru (left); the Rev. Canon Dr. John Senyonyi, UCU Vice Chancellor (center); and Andrew Kato (right) at a University Public Lecture in 2015. (Uganda Christian University Partners photo) By Brendah Ndagire In today’s globalized world, technology is an increasingly significant tool in improving and sustaining businesses. With the introduction of smartphones, cheaper computer brands […]

Apr
04

Funny and Surprising Things: April Volume

It’s Missy here again. It seems like such a long time ago that I wrote the last post and it was back in February. If you want to jump down to the prayer items feel free. Also, if you have emailed me a personal reply and I have not gotten back to you, my sincere […]

Apr
04

Anglicans in Action – Pro-Life Movies

Each week AFL posts an Anglicans in Action video, which gives practical suggestions, resources, and ideas for life-ministry. This week’s focus is pro-life movies. You can see all the Anglicans in Action videos on our YouTube Channel. With the spring season blossoming, it is a great time of year to invite people out of their […]

Apr
02

Face to Face with Global Teams Africa!

“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face”(I Cor 13:12). Recently, our Global Teams Africa country coordinators from Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and three locations in Kenya met face to face with Curtis, our International Director, and Phil, our Europe Director. The Mariapolis Centre, a compound […]

Apr
02

Being ssenga

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Apr
01

The First Step – A Youth Leader Taking Teens to the March for Life

Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step. –Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Why am I doing this? I thought to myself. Why am I driving through the night to Washington, D.C in a van full of high school girls—and in January of all […]

Apr
01

A Revolutionary Idea

In 2007, my wife, Carol, and I joined another couple from Christ Church Anglican, Savannah to attend the New Wineskins Conference. The Lord used the first two talks by Bishop Derek Eaton and Bishop Rennis Ponniah, which by “accident” both focused on the call of Abraham in Geneses 12:1, to confirm a call to Carol […]

Apr
01

Sub-Saharan Africa vegetable makeover part of what makes UCU best at exhibition

Jovan Kyambadde, teaching assistant, UCU Department of Agricultural and Biological Science, with nakati from the Mukono campus planting area (Photo by UCU Student Samuel Tatambuka) NOTE: Uganda Christian University (UCU) captured first place among 48 higher education institutions in the 11th Annual Exhibition of the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) in Uganda in March. […]

Mar
30

Our 25-Year Anniversary Celebration

Thank you to all who partnered with us to see that the gospel is spread “to the ends of the earth” at our 25-year anniversary service. Our founder, the Rev. Canon Tad de Bordenave, reminded us of the vision of AFM; the Most Rev. Foley Beach exhorted us to renewed commitment; and our Executive Director, […]