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News From Partners:
May
18

German footballer joins UCU Lady Cardinals

Sinah Rother (left) dribbling past an opponent while still a player in Germany By Michael Kisekka On February 19, 2022, when the Uganda Christian University (UCU) women football team won a game by 5-0, it was not an ordinary victory for the squad. That victory for the UCU Lady Cardinals was against the defending champions, […]

May
15

UCU Partners helps Murungi realise her nursing dream

Laura Jean Murungi on her graduation day on October 22, 2021 By Yasiri J. Kasango As October 22, 2021, approached, students who were expecting to graduate at Uganda Christian University (UCU) were busy clearing with different offices to get their names on the final graduation list. Laura Jean Murungi, a nursing student, had passed all […]

May
12

UCU launches first writing center in Uganda

Lilian Lyavaala, left, acting coordinator of UCU’s new writing center, with student, Nassozi Gelda, outside the Foundation Studies building on the Mukono campus. By Patty Huston-Holm At 9 a.m. Monday, April 4, 2022, an email from Lilian Lyavaala popped up. It read: “I am glad to inform you that we now have office space for […]

May
12

Praying for the Persecuted

Sunday after Sunday during Prayers of the People, the Anglican liturgy exhorts us to pray for The Persecuted Church. And so, we pray: “We pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ who are persecuted for their faith that they may live their lives in peace and quietness.”  Lord, in your Mercy . . . […]

May
11

New This Year: A Virtual Simulcast of the 2022 New Wineskins Conference!

Can’t attend the New Wineskins Conference in person this fall? Consider hosting a watch party from your location anywhere around the world! New this year, tickets are available for a virtual simulcast of our 2022 New Wineskins Global Mission Conference: One Mission, which will take place from September 22-25! New Wineskins Conferences offer missional training, […]

May
10

Africa Policy Center symposium unites scholars

Participants at Africa Policy Center Symposium By Eriah Lule When scholars meet, the number one item on their agenda is to critique one another’s work. A recent meeting at Uganda Christian University (UCU) was not a departure from that ritual. Dr. Emilly Comfort Maractho, Director of APC In fact, the two days ended up not […]

May
10

Transforming Lives: From New Wineskins to Wings for Change Inc.

I attended New Wineskins in 2019. It was just weeks after sending feminine pads and education to one class of girls in Uganda. I was brand new at this venture, and I knew that I had a lot to learn. As a former flight attendant and a registered nurse, I wasn’t really sure how this […]

May
08

UCU Kampala campus constructs own home

Vice-Chancellor Assoc. Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi symbolically breaks the ground to commission the construction project. By Jimmy Siyasa and Ivan Tsebeni State-of-the-art lecture rooms, meeting rooms for student functions and study spaces are some of what will await students of the Uganda Christian University (UCU) Kampala campus soon, following the start of the construction of the […]

May
05

Unity among Okwii’s priorities as he takes over shepherding Kumi diocese

Bishop Michael Okwii receives a new vehicle from Uganda’s Vice-President Jessica Alupo (right) who represented President Yoweri Museveni at the consecration on March 6. Behind Okwii wearing a miter is Archbishop Stephen Kaziimba. By Ivan Tsebeni When the House of Bishops of Uganda’s Anglican Church voted the Rev. Michael Okwii Esakan as the second bishop […]

May
05

In Memory of The Rev. Mike Flynn

New Wineskins is grateful to God for the life and legacy of the Rev. Mike Flynn who passed away this week. Fr. Mike was a fixture at New Wineskins Conferences, leading prayer ministry sessions on inner healing and anointings for ministry at nine conferences over 28 years. Fr. Mike’s FreshWind Ministries had a global impact […]

May
04

A Promising Leak: Is This the End of Roe?

Anglicans For Life, like many Life-Affirming ministries, was shocked to learn about the unprecedented, leaked draft of the U.S. Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision by Justice Samuel Alito..  Politico, an online news source, published the draft document late on May 2. It indicates a majority of justices support overturning the […]

May
04

The Magnet: a book review and invitation

This post is in a series of book reviews highlighting works by SAMS missionaries. These books will be available at our SAMS Dinner in September!  You won’t want to miss it! The MagnetWritten by Mary McDonaldReviewed by Nita Dempsey Dear friends, I commend this well written and heartfelt book to you. Mary takes us on the […]

May
03

Chancellor Archbishop Kaziimba visits UCU community

UCU Chancellor Dr. Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu and Prof. Eleanor Maxine Ankrah cut a ribbon to launch the hostel. By Israel Kisakye The Chancellor of Uganda Christian University (UCU), the Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu, recently paid a visit to the university. The late March 2022 visit to UCU main campus in Mukono was part […]

May
03

Is it Possible to Personally Oppose Something, but Not Impose Our Views on Others?

By: Robert Morris As a child, my sister was once asked at a party what she thought of the food.  In an early attempt at tact, she replied, “It’s very good, but I don’t like it.” That kind of verbal collision between signaling a virtue and revealing a truth—resembling what psychologists call cognitive dissonance—comes to […]

May
01

Former UCU goalkeeper joins Finnish club

Ruth Aturo in action for the UCU Lady Cardinals in Njeru, central Uganda. By Ian Asabo The captain of Uganda national women’s football team, Ruth Aturo, has realised her dream of playing professional football after signing for Finnish club Kotkan Tyoaen Palloilijat.  Aturo, a goalkeeper of the national football team, joins Kotkan Tyoaen Palloilijat on […]

Apr
28

Dr. Ruth Senyonyi awarded 2022 Golden Jubilee Medal

Dr. Ruth Senyonyi preaches at Nkoyoyo Hall last year. By Ivan Tsebeni Uganda’s Golden Jubilee Medal was launched in 2012 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the country’s independence from  the United Kingdom. The latest recipient is Dr. Ruth Senyonyi, a leader in Christian and secular work and the wife  of  the former Uganda Christian […]

Apr
28

The Story of One Elderly Woman From the Ukrainian War Zone

Reposted from Valeriya Chernobay’s original post on Facebook. _____ Let me tell you one story about an elderly woman from a war zone in Ukraine. We first met when she came to our church with a group of refugees from Donbass. Meeting at the entrance before settling them in with us, I asked if I […]

Apr
26

UCU community sets up food bank to rescue needy students

Students collecting food packs at the UCU chaplaincy in July 2021 during a government-ordered Covid-19 lockdown. Again, during the Lent period in 2022, needy students were receiving food packs at the chaplaincy, a practice continuing after the Easter season. By Muduku Derrick Brian Acaye Innocent Oscar has always had a supportive father who paid his […]

Apr
26

An Invitation to Join the AFM Mission Family in Asheville, NC (Sept. 20-25, 2022)

Written by The Rev. Dr. Christopher Royer, Executive Director of AFM (Anglican Frontier Missions), and reposted from AFM’s The Comings & Goings February 2022. Dear Friends, I’m grateful for every one of you who receives our monthly e-newsletter; for those whom I’ve known for years, for those whom I’ve known for a few months, and […]

Apr
24

Uganda’s only university podcast – More cutting-edge at UCU

Andrew Bugembe, member of the initial UCU podcast team, shown in a recent photo in Mbale. By Patty Huston-Holm Andrew Bugembe’s early experience with audio journalism involved walking outside the Uganda Christian University (UCU) gate and, with his phone, recording what random people along a dusty street thought about topical sports issues. He, thereafter, walked […]

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