FRM News

The new dove at our Kampala, Uganda guesthouse

Being a missionary means we wear all different “hats.” Today we pulled together working on a mosaic in the entry way of the new apartments at our Kampala guesthouse. Kenny, the worship leader at CC Kampala, drew the dove and filled in its shape. He got too busy to finish it so we all pitched […]

Calvary Chapel Vladimir – Pastor Pasha Baranov

We recently had a six person team from Calvary Chapel Bible College in Siegen visit and minister with us this month. They spent most of their time in Saint Petersburg, but have made it a point to make it as far as Vladimir. We had great two days of ministry and fellowship together. God has […]

Our New Bore Hole

This bore hole serves as the main source of water for the Infant Orphan Care Center in Kitgum, Uganda. Praise God, as this has been in the process for some time now.  

Update on the farm project in Massindi, Uganda

This letter is from one of our African laborers in the field. May it bless you richly. Greetings in the precious name of our lord Jesus Christ. I must apologize for taking a while without hearing from me. I have spent most of my time at the farm the past couple of months with virtually […]

Income Generation Project Update

The ladies in Kitgum, Northern Uganda, are making these crafts and are praying about selling them at the local bakery. The money that is generated from these will go to support them and their families. They would love for all you you to help them by praying for them as they seek the Lord’s will […]

Another Soul Won For Jesus Christ

Pastor James and the team prayed for Stephen Wani who was once involved in witchcraft but now he accepted Christ as his personal savior and he brought all his chums that were given him by a witchdoctor and were burnt on Monday Sep-14th These were the man’s charms, he burned them and turned his life […]

Riots Rock Uganda’s Capital

My return to Uganda was punctuated by the most violent riots in recent history. With 24 causalities and over 93 injuries reported, last week’s riots surpass the victims of the 2008, 2005 and 1993 protests combined.  The violence started in Kayunga District, 46 miles northeast of Kampala, over the government’s refusal to grant the Prime Minister of […]

Riots in Kampala, Uganda

On Thursday, September 10, riots broke out in Kampala.  The frenzy started over a “king” from a Buganda region (“Buganda” is one of the main tribes in Southern Uganda) of Uganda being denied access to a certain area.  It became a dispute between those in support of King Ronald Muwenda Mutebi of Buganda kingdom and […]

Take our picture, please! As an American, I have become very accustomed to having my photograph taken. I am ashamed to admit that I shy away from the camera…often times annoyed about not being photogenic enough or just not in a picture taking mood. I have to say that I have changed my view on […]

Making the most out of what they have

    There is a saying in Africa that Christianity is miles wide but only an inch deep. Vicky Bentley was given the vision to not only teach the women and children of Sudan but to disciple them so that they may fully understand the glory of God. She set out hosting bible studies that continued […]

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