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Anglican Global Mission Partners Unites the needs in the mission field with people
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News From Partners:

UCU student creates cashless shopping platform

Elvis Kawumba (center) with Frances Aketch (left), a year-two student of Computer Science. and Jacqueline Ainebyoona (right), a year-two student of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at UCU. By Agatha N. Biira When Elvis Kawumba joined Uganda Christian University (UCU) in 2020, he noticed a challenge that students were facing in accessing grocery shops […]


How a UCU refugee student makes ends meet

Askada Julian (front, in black top) with her friends after class at Uganda Christian University (Courtesy Photo) By Eriah Lule All had been well for the family of Uganda Christian University (UCU) student Askada Julian Julius until political unrest broke out in South Sudan in 2013.  Julian’s father, Sebiti Mamuru, a successful businessman, was accused […]


Practice of music blends with business studies

Brian Muwanguzi with his favorite music instrument, the adungu (Courtesy Photo) By Ivan Tsebeni “I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” This is a quote attributed in 1929 to German-born physicist Albert Einstein. Had he not been a scientist, he said he would […]


SCOTUS Decision is a Step in the Right Direction

PITTSBURGH, PA – Anglicans For Life (AFL) extends gratitude to the U.S. Supreme Court Justices who broke free of their long-standing abortion industry support. Friday, the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision officially overturned the tragic Roe v. Wade case from 1973 that made abortion legal all nine months of pregnancy. Friday’s decision, while encouraging, […]


Masembe unpacks leadership agenda as Kampala campus Guild President

Supporters of Owen Michael Masembe with his posters during campaign By Michael Kisekka It took two elections for the Uganda Christian University (UCU) Kampala Campus to choose Owen Michael Masembe as its Guild President.  He wasn’t the top choice in an election on November 26, 2021. That “victory” of Stecia Kasemiire was contested and overturned […]


Azania molds UCU students in poetry, performing arts

Edwin Masingano, president of Azania (foreground), with other members of Azania after a poetry event in Kampala By Agatha N. Biira When there is a burning desire for wordsmiths to breathe life into the spoken word, they rarely fail to find a platform to express their craft. If such a platform doesn’t exist, they create […]


UCU nursing student braids student hair for a living

Chat Leah Abasiya wearing one of her crotchet products By Nicole Nankya Chat Leah Abasiya is not a full-time hair stylist. In fact, she has not even attended formal training in hairstyling. But her skills would make anyone doubt these facts.   For people who know Abasiya’s history, the exceptional crocheting and hair styling skills are […]


US departments recognize UCU’s research ethics committee

Osborne Ahimbisibwe, secretary of the Uganda Christian University (UCU) Research Ethics Committee, notes that the committee is registered as the UCU Institutional Review Board on the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Office for Human Research Protection (OHRP) website. By Kefa Senoga The Uganda Christian University-Research Ethics Committee (UCU-REC) has been […]


All about Lily and Life

There is so much to share with you – and I’ve waited so long to write it all down – that I’m not entirely sure where to start. These last few months have been incredibly intense, full of so many things related to life and school and ministry, so let me start with the news […]


UCU student named best African Orator in continental moot court competitions

Evelyn Mugisha, a fourth-year student of Bachelor of Laws. By Agatha N. Biirra Evelyn Mugisha had her first public speaking experience in Primary One at Kabatereine Memorial Primary School, Mbarara, in Western Uganda, where she contested for the position of head girl and won. From then on, she was a confident speaker.  Now a fourth-year […]


Day of the Christian Martyr 2022

According to church tradition, June 29 marks the martyrdom of the Apostle Paul. This year, Christians around the world will take time on June 29 and throughout that weekend to honor the legacy of those who have sacrificed their lives for the advancement of the Gospel. 2022 Day of the Christian Martyr Inductee John Chau […]


What is Language/Culture Coaching?

I said in an earlier blog that I’d need to explain the coaching, so here goes: Often when I talk about language/culture coaching, I am met with blank stares or questions.  A Language/Culture Coach can look differently in different contexts; but I’m interested in helping those–specifically missionaries–who are moving to a new country learn that […]


UCU alum elected Guild President of Law Development Center western campus

Ouma John Baptist, Guild President of LDC Mbarara campus By Ian Asabo An alumnus of Uganda Christian University (UCU) has been elected the third Guild President of the Law Development Center (LDC), Mbarara campus. John Baptist Ouma was only a student for a few days at the campus located in western Uganda when he heard […]


Update from St. Peter’s Sewing School, West Bengal

St. Peter’s sewing school in West Bengal, India is a Covid-19 rehabilitation program for women who have lost their jobs and migrated back home. The program gives women the skill of sewing and enables them to produce cloths that are sold in the local market. The sewing school now has nineteen women in the program […]


A/V and Chocolate

 Since I last wrote, things have been busy!  To calm the suspense, I did get a car. :). I also unexpectedly joined St. Michael’s staff to help assist with the livestream, right in time for Christmas.  Talk about a major learning curve!  There’s still so much to learn, but we now have an A/V team, […]


Moving Once, Moving Twice…

‘Tis the season to be moving, it does seem.  As mentioned, I moved into an apartment practically across the street a couple of weeks ago.  It wasn’t as nice as before, but I wasn’t looking for nice as much as safe, clean, and affordable.   It seems the downpour on moving day was ominous when my […]


St. Barnabas Day

Dear Friend, This year we’re launching our annual St. Barnabas Day Campaign. Funds donated to this campaign will be placed into AFM’s Great Commission Fund. This fund provides the resources for me and my staff to mobilize the church for frontier missions and to raise up, prepare, and send your AFM cross-cultural workers to the mission […]


Red Cross donates humanitarian books to UCU School of Law

(Left to right) Miriam Aceng, Assoc. Dean of the School of Law; David Bukenya, the acting University Librarian; and Jane Patricia Bako, the Communications and Prevention Manager at ICRC, at the handover of the books. By Derrick Muduku Uganda Christian University (UCU) has received a donation of books on International Humanitarian Law from the International Committee […]


Doing Something For Life

One Anglican Woman Making A Difference Late last summer, an email came in from a woman named, Deb Spellerberg. The email said, “How can I help you? My family attends St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Conway, SC. I recently became a member of Daughters of the King, and I noticed your organization on our prayer […]


Safeguarding Loved Ones in Nursing Homes

I have had many relatives and friends who lived in nursing homes and, especially as a nurse, I am always saddened by how few of the other residents had any visitors, even family members. I have even heard relatives say they would just prefer to remember their relative “the way they were”. This is not […]

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