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News From Partners:

How Agatre led building UCU Arua campus

Rev. Dr. Christopher Yikii Agatre waves during a public lecture at the Uganda Christian University (UCU) Arua campus. During his five-year term as director, he championed the development of UCU Arua infrastructure, overseeing the construction of a library, multi-purpose hall and four-roomed lecture block. By Irene Best Nyapendi The Rev. Dr. Christopher Yikii Agatre has […]


We Love Kids: A Brief Introduction

This blog is posted with permission. You can learn more at, or contact Joni Flye here. What is We Love Kids? We Love Kids began in 2003, as I (Joni Flye) and those working alongside me saw the unmet needs of the children being reached with the gospel message in Vietnam and Cambodia. We […]


UCU Arua campus holds inaugural public lecture on peace

The Rt. Rev. Prof. Alfred Olwa, the chairperson of Uganda Christian University (UCU) Council was the keynote speaker at the public lecture at UCU-Arua Campus. The lecture, titled “Peace and reconciliation: Paving the way for harmony and prosperity through Biblical insights,” was held in remembrance of the massacre in Ringili village in Arua. By Irene […]


The Power and Purpose of Christian Prayer

by Heather Okuda At the core of every Christian journey lies a deep and personal element: prayer. It’s a practice as old as the faith itself, a direct line to the triune God that empowers, comforts, and guides us as believers. But what exactly is Christian prayer, and why does it hold such a significant […]


Bishop Barham welcomes new guild president

Nkurunungi Seth Niwabiine said he was honest with his classmates about his financial status. Therefore, many pooled resources to support his campaign for Barham Guild President. By Pauline Luba The leadership journey that Nkurunungi Seth Niwabiine started in May 2023 was not for the fainthearted. His courage was resolute. With faith, he forged challenges. The […]


Anglican church creates new diocese, enthrones first bishop

His Grace, the Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, gives East Busoga Bishop Rt. Rev. Paul Hannington Suubi a pastoral staff during his enthronement on November 19, 2023. By Irene Best Nyapendi The Church of Uganda is celebrating two milestones. The double commemoration is about East Busoga, Uganda’s […]


God’s Good Life: The Good Samaritan

from AFM’s Founder and first Executive Director, The Rev. Canon Tad de Bordenave This article begins a series that will take us into the story of the Good Samaritan. The drama has given the world several well-known and well-loved phrases and people. The larger context is a conversation between  Jesus and a lawyer. In that […]


Medical student wins $2,600 in agriculture innovation competition

Samantha Ainembabazi receiving her award at the gala in late October By Pauline Luba It is unusual for a medical student to show an interest in farming. Yet, that is what Samantha Ainembabazi, working towards the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the Uganda Christian University (UCU), did and more.  She diversified her […]


UCU social work leader strives to forge USA collaborations

Posed at the Uganda Studies Program (USP) and Uganda Christian University (UCU) display that was part of the North American Association of Christians in Social Work Convention in Pittsburgh, Pa., in November 2023 are (left to right) Dr. David Hodge (Arizona State University), Kasule Kibirige (UCU), Dr. Micah Hughes (Baltimore Urban Studies Program) and Lisa […]


Rev. Assoc. Prof Omona overcomes adversity in professional, academic Rev. Assoc. Prof Omona overcomes adversity in professional, academic journey journey

Rev. Assoc. Prof. Omona, shown attending a conference, says one of the most gratifying aspects of his academic journey is the friendship he has made while pursuing his studies and attending events. By Kefa Senoga  The Rev. Assoc. Prof. Andrew David Omona has learned how he reacts to adversity is more important than the actual […]


UCU Arua Campus director abandoned father’s wish to pursue ministry

Archbishop Emeritus Henry Luke Orombi (middle) is shown during a visit to UCU Arua Campus. Second-left is the Rev. Julius Izza Tabi. By Kefa Senoga As a young boy, Julius Izza Tabi gave his parents the confidence that his career destination would be one in the field of sciences. As such, Tabi’s father — Izza […]


UCU Mbale campus gets new guild president

Mukhooli promised to hinge his leadership on bridging the communication gap between the students and the administrators. By Pauline Luba Picture this: You are a top contender for a political office. On voting day, after casting your ballot, what do you do with the rest of the hours to ease the tension as you wait […]


A Follow-Up Report on the Colossal Earthquakes in Turkey

A Follow-Up Report on the Colossal Earthquakes in Turkey BY AN ANONYMOUS AFM CROSS-CULTURAL WORKER (CCW) Reposted from Anglican Frontier Missions (AFM) with permission. It’s been nine months since two massive earthquakes devastated southeastern Turkey. The people of this sprawling region are still suffering and longing for help. Recently, several of us traveled to southeast […]


Whose Plan Is It, Anyway?

“A man makes his plans, but God directs his steps.” Since January 2019, Roger and I have been living full time in Aguascalientes Mexico. Most of Roger’s service in that time has involved an unplanned appointment to the office of the Dean of Mexico. It wasn’t even imagined in our strategies, but God, through the […]


UCU Run 2023: Over $6,000 in help & hope for needy students

Vice Chancellor Aaron Mushengyezi (wearing cap), Brigadier General Rugumayo (front, second-right), and UCU Guild President Timothy Ddumba (front, right) participate with other participants during a warm-up run on October 21, 2023 By Pauline Luba Years ago, when Brig. Gen. Abdul Rugumayo, a member of Uganda’s army, completed Senior Four, he could not proceed to A’level. […]


Ndishakiye on mission to combat Ugandan illiteracy

Caleb Ndishakiye, a UCU School of Education alum, poses with children during a school outreach. By Kefa Ssenoga When you sit down for a conversation with Caleb Ndishakiye, he does not need to mention his love for literature. His diction validates that. And if you sit with him for a longer time, you also will […]


The Power of Giving: Supporting AFM Financially

By Heather Okuda Why Giving Matters In a world filled with distinct needs and challenges, Anglican Frontier Missions meets the specific Christian needs of unreached people groups, bringing hope, aid, and spiritual guidance to communities across the globe. AFM and our cross-cultural workers passionately work to address numerous issues ranging from education to spiritual guidance. […]


Rev. Prof. Kalengyo finds satisfaction in equipping Anglican clergy

Rev. Prof. Edison Kalengyo delivers a sermon during a service in Nkoyoyo Hall at the UCU Main Campus in Mukono. By Kefa Senoga What would you do about a son who turns down a job offer after graduating with a veterinary medicine degree, preferring to return to school to become a priest? In 1986, that […]


Dementia with Dignity

By: Canon Georgette Forney Given the number of topics Anglicans For Life addresses, there is always an interesting array of book titles on my nightstand! Rarely do I finish one within a week of starting it, but Dementia With Dignity by Judy Cornish was that rare book! As many of you know, over the last […]


Two UCU faculty chosen for Ugandan university ethical standards committee

Prof. Christopher Byaruhanga, dean at Uganda Christian University’s Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology, is the chairperson of the new ethics committee for universities and tertiary institutions. By Irene Best Nyapendi Prof. Christopher Byaruhanga, the dean at Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology, is the inaugural chairperson of the […]

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