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October 20, 2004, IMFC was incorporated in the state of Georgia as a non profit entity. This month, we are officially a teenager! 13 years and moving on. In the past 13 years we have achieved much. God has blessed. He has enabled IMFC to accomplish more than we could have ever thought or imagined possible in October 2004. I am so very grateful … [Read more...]

3 Things I Ask You To Pray For

On Saturday, May 27, Pam and I are leaving for Uganda. We will leave from Atlanta with a student from Shorter University in Rome, Georgia, Mary, who will be with us all summer, then we will meet up with a team of volunteers from Illinois in the Amsterdam Airport and later receive a second team of volunteers that comes from Alabama and Georgia in … [Read more...]

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...]

Runners. Messengers. Heroes.

Acts 11:19–24 19 Those who had been scattered as a result of the persecution that started because of Stephen made their way as far as Phoenicia, Cyprus, and Antioch, speaking the message to no one except Jews. 20 But there were some of them, Cypriot and Cyrenian men, who came to Antioch and began speaking to the Hellenists, proclaiming the good … [Read more...]

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...]

2017…A Year of Expansion

2017... Sunday, January 8, I leave for Uganda barring a big snow fall that closes the airport or the roads. Three groups of volunteers will be traveling to meet me in the months of January and February. One comes from Illinois and two from Alabama with a couple of people sprinkled in from other places. We will be working in the Kampala and Mbale … [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...]