Lydia: From Prostitution to Christ

Vincent sent me the story of Lydia along with others from Manna Ministry, but her story has touched my heart uniquely. As I was visiting Manna recipients with Alex, we visited Lydia Longok. She is 26 years old and mother of 5 children. Lydia’s family comes from Moroto in Karamojong, but she was born here in Kampala. Lydia lost all … [Read more...]

Collins

Collins story sums up why we started and eleven years later still run Manna Ministry. Here is Collins story. This is Collins. He is 59 years of age. He was in Manna Ministry from August 2016 to January 2017. He has a wife, 10 children and 7 grandchildren. 4 live with him now. Collins has been living in Soweto for the past 15 years. Before … [Read more...]

Merry Christmas!!!

Pam and I want to wish all of you a wonderful Christmas and a tremendous New Year on behalf of ourselves, the IMFC Board and the IMFC team members in Uganda and Kenya. Have fun. Enjoy your family and friends. Worship your Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Don't eat too much. Jimmy … [Read more...]

Impacting Women’s Lives In The Slums of Kampala And Beyond

Maama Kits and re-usable sanitary pads for women, two new ministries not on our radar last December that are working alongside Manna Ministry to help the people in the slums of Kampala. Here is a quick update from Vincent who leads our work in Kampala. Maama Kits We are very glad and thankful to God and to the people who support the Maama Kit … [Read more...]

Happy Thanksgiving 2016!!

2017 has been a very good year for IMFC and I want to thank you for your partnership and help during this Thanksgiving season. Your prayers, your financial gifts, your presence and hard work in the slums and villages of Uganda, your speaking to someone else about our work has made the work this year possible. I know that the Lord Jesus Christ is … [Read more...]

Peter Smiles

No longer does Peter's intestine protrude through the wall of his abdoman into a black plastic bag. The surgery was a success and he left the hospital today to return to his village, his grandmother and his child. Kintu, Deo, Benon, Rogers, Pam and I had an opportunity to drive to Entebbe today to see Peter and pay his bills. He looked great and … [Read more...]

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...]