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News From Partners:
Sep
22

UCU hosts first intercampus sports gala

Students competing in basketball during the gala. The Main Campus won the basketball game. By Vanessa Kyalimpa The desire to enjoy the experience of competition recently led Uganda Christian University (UCU) students to the institution’s sports arena at the main campus in Mukono. The activities, which were planned as team building exercises between students of […]

Sep
22

November Events

November is a busy month as we celebrate Thanksgiving and as many of us begin to plan for Christmas. It is also a month in which many people take the time to learn about the needs of vulnerable children and how we, as Christians, are called to meet those needs.  November is not only National […]

Sep
21

Donations sought for UCU (September 25) Sunday

Archbishop Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu with members of the clergy and other Church leaders who converged at Uganda Christian University recently for the Provincial Assembly. By Irene Best Nyapendi It is that time of the year, again, when representatives of Uganda Christian University (UCU), take time off to spread the gospel about the institution. Named the […]

Sep
21

Shifting Gears – Same Country, New Ministry

Our four daughters during Khmer New Year 2022 We are the Pelloni’s! We have been living and serving in Cambodia since 2015. In that time, we have worked primarily in education with young children. Since moving to Cambodia, we have had four wonderful daughters, all born in Cambodia, and have learned so much about God’s […]

Sep
20

School of Business becomes UCU’s 4th professional group

Newly elected executive committee of the UCU Business Society By Kefa Senoga The Uganda Christian University (UCU) School of Business (SoB) has become the fourth of UCU’s 11 schools/faculties to have a formalized professional group for all its programs. For the SoB, it’s called a “society.” For the School of Law, it’s also a society. […]

Sep
18

‘God Is the Plug’ for Business first-class degree recipient

July 2022 graduating students at UCU By Kefa Senoga “God Is the Plug” is a youth-focused social media hashtag, emblazoned on clothes and used in slang with the meaning that God is the connection to prospering, achieving and succeeding.  Uganda Christian University (UCU) School of Business graduate, John Baptist Mugabe, says indeed God is his […]

Sep
15

‘It’s how God made me,’ artist says

Artist Joshua Kabitanya sitting at the base of the mural he created on UCU Mukono campus By Patty Huston-Holm On a not-even-a-bit overcast morning and with a student whistling “Jesus paid it all” from Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) nearby business incubation center, Joshua Kabitanya talks about the significance of stickers inside chewing gum wrappers, why […]

Sep
13

UCU alum shares child soldier captivity story with USP students

LRA survivor Olum Douglas speaking to Uganda Studies Program students at UCU By Olum Douglas August 25, 2022, is one extra-ordinary day I shall live to remember. Waking up that Thursday morning, I had a list of activities. From checking on my parents back home in the north via phone, to taking my children to […]

Sep
11

UCU students dialogue about African brain drain

Alan Kasujja engages in the recording session of the masterclass podcast with UCU students. By Kefa Senoga Brain drain means the depletion of a country’s best and brightest workers who take their knowledge and skill to another country – usually leaving lower wages in a home country for higher wages in another country.  Such was […]

Sep
08

Social Sciences joins forces with USA Nonprofit to help disabled children

The School of Social Sciences lecturers pose with the team of Promise International at the ICMI building By Israel Kisakye In a move to boost Ugandan special needs persons awareness, the School of Social Sciences at Uganda Christian University (UCU) has joined with Promise International, a USA, Non-Governmental Organization focused on advocating for basic human […]

Sep
08

Adoption Study’s Startling Results Reveal an Opportunity for the Church

By: Johnston Moore, AFL Adoption/Oraphan Care Consultant One of the frequent criticisms we hear of the Christian pro-life movement is that we care only about babies until they’re born, and then we stop caring. At Anglicans For Life, we believe that ALL life is sacred from conception to natural death. As a result we care […]

Sep
06

UCU student’s jewellery creations yield national award

Rosemary Ndyemanya Marion (centre) receives a dummy cheque for her prize money. By Vanessa Kyalimpa Making jewellery started out as a pastime for Rosemary Ndyemanya Marion. As a young girl, she learned the activity by helping her mother make necklaces and earrings, which she sold to supplement her monthly salary.  During her Senior Six holidays, […]

Sep
06

Connecting churches & CCWs

by Matt Foster, Trustee on the AFM Board of Directors One week after graduating from college, I went overseas to work among an unreached people group (UPG) in the foothills of the Himalayas. I left for a two-year term and was allowed to extend that term for another year. In those three years, my small […]

Sep
05

UCU agriculture participates in dialogue on food safety in Uganda

Fred Muwema, Director for Legal and Corporate Affairs at Anti-Counterfeit Network, speaking during the dialogue alongside other officials By Israel Kisakye In a country where 76% (World Bank, 2019) of the population lives in rural areas, where harsh droughts and damaging floods have diminished crops, causing starvation and death in some northern areas (Karajoma, 2022), […]

Sep
01

Health Awareness week focuses on mental wellness

Students at the blood donation tent during the health awareness week By Vanessa Kyalimpa First, it was an issue only talked about in hushed tones. Then, the rate of drug abuse increased among students and youth, bringing dialog to the public domain.  Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) Trinity Semester (May-August) Health Awareness Week was part of […]

Aug
30

UCU alum dances way to success with goal of helping vulnerable

Molly Nantongo and Kukunda Elizabeth Bacwayo, former dean of UCU’s School of Social Sciences and now Director for Postgraduate Studies, in August 2022. “You were my dean, and read my name,” Nantongo recalled of her connection to Kukunda at the 2015 UCU graduation day on the Mukono campus. By Patty Huston-Holm When I think of […]

Aug
29

Why are You So Furious?

By: Robert Morris Where does the fury shown by so many people in the wake of the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade come from? When they speak, shout, and carry signs, their emotion far exceeds frustration and even exasperation with the pro-life side.  In fact, their fury seems to spring from a deep pit […]

Aug
29

The Fall 2022/Winter 2023 Edition of The Messenger with Prayer Calendar is here!

The newest edition of The Messenger & Prayer Calendar is here with stories of our global community in Christ and His mission. In this issue: Multiplying the missional capacity of the global church A Thai church mentors young American missionaries as they participate in outreach to the Buddhist community Miraculous hope spreads globally from Chile, […]

Aug
28

UCU students finish two weeks of exams

Tests and security – Results in September To further assure test honesty, exams are taken with pencil/pen on paper and personal electronic devices are not permitted within the assessment area. Prior to entering the test area, these students in Nkoyoyo were required to show cleared tuition payment via their passbooks or other verification of payment. […]

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