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...]

Opening the Work in Soroti

They had never seen a baptism where you went into “deep water” and lowered the person beneath the surface of the water, but they were willing to go. Were they afraid? Yes, but twenty people lined up and one by one and waded fearfully into the crystal blue waters of the Awoja River outside Soroti. Why? They had heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ and … [Read more...]

Soccer Vs. American Football

My Grandkids play Soccer. They have uniforms, good athletic shoes, quality soccer balls and nice grassed fields to play on. Not so with the young people I watched in Kamwokya slum in June. They played on a hard, uneven dirt field with garbage piles on the sidelines. Their goals were made from rocks. Four rocks stacked two on either side of the goal … [Read more...]

IMFC Sets Up Office In Eastern Uganda

Buseta is located about 5 hours east of Kampala near the Kenyan border. Since January we have been training men from this area in church planting and challenging them to reach their area for Christ. Today, there are 105 groups, like the one pictured here, that meet throughout this area with over 1500 people gathering to study the scriptures using … [Read more...]