Water Tank For Luzira Prison

In January, IMFC was able to buy and place 30 beds in Kasangati Prison for the female inmates. In February, we bought a 10,000 liter water tank (2,642 US gallons) to donate to Luzira Remand Prison. In March and April, we worked with the staff of Luzira Remand Prison to construct a tower for the water tank to sit on high above the ground. We bought … [Read more...]

Rain, Rain, Rain

In Uganda it is either raining or it is dry. Now it is raining and the IMFC Manna Ministry Team must flex and find ways to do their work. Here is an brief update from Vincent that describes how this is happening. The work is moving well except for the rain. Here we are having too much rain. People are loosing their properties. Houses are falling … [Read more...]

How the Gospel of Jesus Christ Spreads And Changes People

Great story on the ongoing spread of the Gospel as disciples of Jesus Christ make other disciples of Jesus Christ. This is our vision. This is why we go. The story of Micheal, Samuel, Reuben and Rashid has increased my passion and commitment to share the gospel! Years back Jimmy and I met Micheal in the slums of Kamwokya after a Manna … [Read more...]

Bennah’s Story

Busingye Bennah, 43 years old. Husband died 12 years ago. Single mom with 10 children. Resident of Kampala City for 20 years. Manna Ministry recipient August 2015 through January 2016. Entrepreneur. Here is Bennah’s story from Vincent. Bennnah is born of Nyansiyo and Silvia of Bugerere and is one of 20 children. She didn’t go to school because the … [Read more...]

Update on John in Katwe

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, how about two pictures in one? Is it worth two thousand words or still just one thousand. For me, this two in one photo is worth two thousand plus! I shared John’s story with you a few weeks back and many of you have responded with questions and prayer so I decided to send this quick update … [Read more...]

Baptism: A New Direction

I find this more than slightly encouraging. I believe you will to. Greetings from Uganda! Back here we are all doing well. Roger and I had safe travels and successful meetings over the Easter weekend with Leaders from the different places of work in Northeast Uganda over the issue of baptism. Leaders from Mbale, Kweni, Sironko, Bulambuli, … [Read more...]

Baptism: An Essential Change

Sometimes you must make a U-turn. Very seldom do you want to make this change in direction, but if you want to reach your destination, you know you must. IMFC is having to make a U-turn with the way we do baptisms. Now what we are doing is working if you only consider numbers and not future vision. In 2013, we baptized about 1300; in 2014, we … [Read more...]

Her Name Is Hadija

Here is the story of Hadija Zalwango. She is a Manna recipient, thirty-four years old and a single mother of five children. She came to Katwe slum in Kampala twenty years ago from Masaka. Hadija's husband left her due to too many responsibilities with the children. This happened after he took a new wife who had no children. So Hadija had to start a … [Read more...]