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...]

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...]

Sharing Christ In The Marketplace

We had an amazing time on the Uganda, Congo border in February. There is a very real hunger among the people for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The people know religion. Religious symbols are every where, but they do not know Jesus Christ personally. They are much like Nicodemus in John 3. Religious. Searching. But without a real relationship with … [Read more...]

Reaching Sudan From Arua

IMFC has opened offices in Arua and Buseta and the work is advancing quickly. Arua is in the Northwest corner of Uganda on the border of Congo and Sudan. Buseta is in the east near Kenya. Two weeks ago Deo and Vincent went to Arua while Benon and James went to Buseta to follow up and train the people. Here is Deo's report on what happened in Arua. … [Read more...]

IMFC Opens Office In Arua

IMFC Expands IMFC has its first office outside Kampala! Two weeks ago Deo, Benon and James traveled to Arua to rent an office, equip it and firm up our contract with two young men, Amos and Alfred, to lead IMFC’s work in Church Planting and grading Bible Way books. We selected Arua for expansion last November due to its location. Currently, we … [Read more...]

Amos, On The Field And Ready To Plant Churches For The Kingdom Of God

We never took the volunteers from the US to Tanganyika, a village in Arua, Uganda, to evangelize, but we went through it on our way for baptism at the nearby river. Over 300 people from the village came to see what we were doing! It was a wonderful experience. All of us felt the area was ripe for the gospel and it is amazing how God works! Amos, … [Read more...]

Alfred, Church Planter Arua, Uganda

Anyafiyo is a village found North East of Arua town, Uganda. Anyafiyo is a name in the local Arua language which when translated means non productive for millet. It literally therefore means a non productive area! About 40% of the residents of this area are Muslims! In January 2012, we carried a volunteer group from the U.S who saturated the … [Read more...]

Morris, Church Planter Awindiri, Arua

David said, “Weeping may remain in the night but joy comes in the morning!” Psalm 30:5 In the south of Arua town, Uganda, is a village named Awindiri which when translated means "Continuous Crying"! The place is about 5 minutes form White Castle where the volunteers were lodging. In this area is a young man who was one of our translators for the … [Read more...]