Why Kenya?

In January, IMFC officially launched its work in Kenya by starting the process of becoming registered as an NGO with the Kenyan government. Work has been going on for just over a year in the capital city of Nairobi and for between two and three years in the Western side of Kenya. How did this work in Kenya begin? It begin though Kenyans who … [Read more...]

You Could Do This In 2017

Just a quick note to thank you for your prayers and support this summer during June and July. Four volunteer teams from three different states in the US, Alabama, Georgia and New Mexico, came to work with us. They arrived in Uganda safely, worked without any unforeseen negative incidences and returned home with no complication. God blessed and we … [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...]

They Ran With The Message

Who they were I don’t know. I don’t know their names, occupations or backgrounds. All I know is that they were followers of Jesus who were persecuted and suffering for their faith in him and were religious refugees. I know they had no money, no jobs, no supporting agencies, no Bibles, no discipleship books, no choirs, no Sunday School, no religious … [Read more...]

Celebrating 10 Year of IMFC and Manna Ministry in Kampala

This was never our plan. Our plan was simple. Start a work in Kampala with our missionary partners, find supporting churches that would build a relationship with the missionaries to continue the work, and then move on to work with someone else. But here we are ten years later, still in Kampala, still operating Manna Ministry, and doing a whole lot … [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...]

Freeing Prisoners

Some of you have been asking me, “Are you still working in the prisons?” Absolutely! We are actively engaging 10 prisons across Uganda and at least 10 more are open to or seeking Bible Way to come to them. This week Deo is visiting the prisons in Soroti and Kibuku. Francis will be visiting Luzira and Kasangati Prison. Benon and Francis are … [Read more...]

The People Behind The Numbers

You often hear numbers from me. Numbers of people baptized. Numbers of people enrolling and completing the first book of Bible Way, Who Is Jesus. Numbers. Numbers. Numbers. And there will be more numbers in the future, but the numbers have faces. They have souls. Eternal souls. I returned home from Uganda a couple of weeks ago and what remains … [Read more...]