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News From Partners:

New Mbale Guild President overcomes handicapped stigma

Daniel Kunya is a student, a banking officer and a farmer By Kefa Senoga Daniel Kunya has no power to change the perception people may have about his abilities because of a disfigured right leg. His power is in his reaction to that judgment.  Kunya, born with a significantly shorter right leg,  says his parents […]


Canon G: AFL Topics

By: Canon Georgette Forney Often when I talk to people about Anglicans For Life, I list the five main topics we address; Abortion, Abstinence, Adoption, Euthanasia, and Bioethical Research. Recently, in the midst of telling a group of people the five topics that AFL covers, I realized sharing the five subjects doesn’t capture the breadth […]


Proposed UDDA Revisions Expand Law That Allows Euthanasia of Organ Donors 

The following report was compiled using information provided by Dr. Paul A. Byrne and Dr. Heidi T. Klessig. Dr. Byrne has been a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Toledo, College of Medicine for decades, as well as a writer and speaker on “brain death”, organ donation, and much more. Dr. Klessig, a […]


Vice Chancellor Mushengyezi elected to board of global alliance of universities

Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi with Prof. Dong-sung Cho, the Chairman of the Institute of Industrial Policy Studies, Switzerland. Cho is also the President of the Hanseatic League of Universities. By Kefa Senoga The Vice Chancellor of Uganda Christian University (UCU), Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, has been elected to the board of the Hanseatic League of Universities (HLU), […]


Resurrection Requires Death

By: Canon Georgette Forney, Anglicans For Life, President  AFL’s ministry is all about life and death, but over the years I have found that people much prefer to talk about life rather than death! But as we celebrated Lent this year, I was reminded that you can’t have a resurrection without first experiencing death, and […]


UCU carries out agriculture outreach for Mukono farmers

Students and farmers from Bugujju in the greenhouse at UCU By Pauline Luba Farmers in Katente Village, Nakisunga sub-county in Mukono district, have long benefited from the classroom knowledge of students at Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. Likewise, from these workers among crops and livestock, students have gained an understanding of how […]


Uprooting Lies and Planting the Truth

By: Sammie Gallo, Anglicans For Life Youth Ministry Outreach Coordinator and Registered Nurse Why is pro-life relationship education an important effort of Anglicans for Life and the larger Church, especially when it comes to the next generation?  One of the reasons I am so big on empowering young people is because of this: Satan continues his […]


Adoption Update

By: Johnston Moore, Anglicans For Life, Adoption/Orphan Care Consultant As God’s adopted children, we have a wonderful opportunity to share His heart for children, and for adoption, by helping children find their forever families.  The Anglican Adoption Fund (AAF) was started in 2015 as the Anglican Chaplains Adoption Fund. Originally developed and administered by the […]


UCU alum wins scholarship for Certified Public Accountants course

Carroline Kihumuro is one of the successful candidates for the ICPAU Student Scholarship program By Kefa Senoga Mid last year, Carroline Nyange Kihumuro stumbled on an advertisement by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU), calling for applications from graduates who wished to pursue a course in professional accountancy as scholars.  “When I […]


Digital platform that demystifies law earns award for alum

Isaac Christopher Lubogo By Kefa Senoga For an example of a life of twists and turns, look no farther than that of Isaac Christopher Lubogo. Lubogo is a lawyer whose father wanted him to pursue a science career. He is an academic, but initially chose to be a pastor.  During his early days, Lubogo lost […]


Eritrean narrates journey as UCU dentistry student

Yohana examining a patient. By Kefa Senoga Yohana Eyob Ghebrekristos always held the notion that her dream would not become a reality through magic, but rather, by sweat, determination and hard work. Yohana dreams of a career in dental surgery. And she is almost there. She is in year five, the final year of study […]


Study at UCU: Three students share perspectives

Nathanael Simbilyabo said despite the challenges he faced as he started out at UCU, he is grateful for the decision he made to join the institution. By Pauline Luba Language barrier, homesickness and culture shock are some of the challenges Nathanael Simbilyabo encountered as a new university student. Since Simbilyabo, a Ugandan national of the […]


A Reflection on Gafcon IV

Blog post by Collin Alexander (19), student at Georgia State University Anglican Diocese of the South (ADOTS) attendees at Gafcon IV At Gafcon IV, I was the youth delegate from the ACNA’s Diocese of the South, representing 53 churches. To serve this end, I made it my top priority to learn all that I could […]


New Data Show a Large Decline In Abortions Post-Dobbs

By: Michael J. New, Senior Associate Scholar, Charlotte Lozier Institute The following article was originally published on April 12, 2023 at 6:11 PM in response to the recent calculations pertaining to the number of lives lost since the Dobbs case. Anglicans For Life agrees with the author regarding the number of abortions the Dobbs decision has […]


UCU students clean well, providing safe water for community

Bishop Barham University College social work students clean the well at Kigezi High School Primary in Kabale district, western Uganda. By Irene Best Nyapendi Ndayambaje Elidaphonse’s family in Kabale district, western Uganda, has access to clean and safe water for use after Uganda Christian University (UCU) students removed silt and sediment from their water source. […]


Firstfruits of God’s Middle East Peace Plan

This article was written by Rev. Cariño Casas, Executive Director of CMJ USA and originally published on the CMJ USA website on May 11th, 2023. It has been reposted with permission. Ruhan – a young Jordanian man – had been sitting in the back of the room listening, unbeknownst to most of us. He spoke […]


University proves insect value in nutrition and alleviating food waste

Geoffrey Ssepuuya and a team from the Uganda National Council for Science and Technology look at dried food waste that may become powder for use as an ingredient in feed for crickets. Collected food waste such as bananas and rice is heat treated, dried, ground into powder and mixed according to predetermined formulation proportions. By […]


Meet Anne Schaffer, SAMS New Language & Culture Coach

Athletes at every level have coaches who train and encourage. Voice coaches help singers increase range and match pitch. Missionaries make use of coaches too, and they can be of great benefit. Anne Schaffer is SAMS newest coach, specializing in language and culture coaching. Anne has a broad range of experience to draw from, having […]


UCU holds first physical pre-entry exams since COVID

Applicants before writing for their pre-entry exams in Janani Luwum Dining Hall. By Kefa Senoga Uganda Christian University (UCU) has held its first physical pre-entry examinations for applicants wishing to pursue three of the courses it offers at the undergraduate level. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, for the past three years, UCU has conducted virtual […]


Using Prayers of the Bible as models for your Prayers (Part 2)

Part 2 in a series In this second part, we continue with the premise from Part I, that much of the content of our prayers can wisely be modeled after the prayers we read in Scripture, and in this particular example, from Paul’s prayers in Colossians Chapter 1. (For a bit more context please see […]

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