Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017

December 1! Christmas is just a blink of the eye away, 2016 is almost history and 2017 is taking center stage in planning. I want to thank you for your financial gifts and prayers this year. Here's a snapshot of what has happened: The work with Manna Ministry doubled in the slums of Kampala and has reached beyond the slums of Kampala to the … [Read more...]

Sudanese Refugees Face Hard Life in Arua

When I was introduced to this family from South Sudan in January, they had no food to eat, no water to drink or bathe in, no charcoal to cook with, no medical care, no money, no amazing future to look to, no jobs and no real opportunity to ever have a job seeing they are refugees in a country where there are very few jobs for the native Ugandans. … [Read more...]

God Creates Opportunity From Suffering

More South Sudanese civilians are deserting their homes and crossing into neighbouring Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, as well as volatile regions of Sudan to escape from ongoing violence. 78,000 people have now fled to neighbouring countries since mid-December. More than half have headed for Uganda’s West Nile region straddling South Sudan and … [Read more...]

Benon, Butabika and An Open Door

Benon, is one of our church planters and is doing a great job. He is assigned to the Butabika zone for this six months of Manna Ministry. Pray for Benon as he works to build up the kingdom. He has a true heart for the Lord and a BIG job. This very month I made 4-5 trips every week to Butabika parish. This has been made possible by the … [Read more...]

Life In A Cattle Camp

"Now Lot, who was moving about with Abram, also had flocks and herds and tents. But the land could not support them while they stayed together, for their possessions were so great that they could not stay together. And quarreling arose between Abram's herdsmen and the herdsmen of Lot." Genesis 13:5-7 I got a first hand look at what life for … [Read more...]