New Growth in Uganda: A Bible Study Multiplies

In the last two months, church-planting efforts in Kampala, Uganda, have gained momentum. A small weekly Bible study has grown into two groups, each with an average attendance of eight to 14 people. One of those is an outgoing young woman who, after just a few weeks in the study, came up to the Ugandan pastoral assistant and said that she wanted to receive Christ as Lord and Savior. She is now following Jesus and growing in her faith.

A Muslim woman has also been drawn to the Wednesday night study. She has been engaged in the teaching, asking deep questions about having a relationship with God. A young married man is probably the most vocal in the group. He is passionate about Jesus, but has not been exposed to sound biblical teaching. He has brought many questions that have served as discussion topics for the studies, and it is clear that the Lord is growing him spiritually.

Your prayers and gifts ensure that the truth of the gospel can be brought to people around the world. God is changing lives and churches are being established because of your generosity. Thank you. 


Staff in Kampala Uganda on Feb 6, 2018

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Pray for the Church in Africa to deepen and for African believers to live holy lives in accordance with God's Word.  

Give thanks for the new growth in Kampala as a Bible study multiplies and the church grows. 

Pray for the South Sudanese church that has formed in Uganda from refugees who have fled their homeland.

Pray for our ministries in Africa, where many have come to expect broken systems and corruption. Pray that God would intervene and change hearts that would change communities.

Pray for MTW's ministry to refugees in Greece, Germany, Ukraine, Uganda, Panama, and the U.S.

Pray for Christian businessmen and women making a difference through the Business Development Center in Kampala, Uganda.

Pray for Rev. James Bab and the South Sudanese refugee church in Uganda, that they'll be strengthened spiritually while living as refugees, and be able to be reunited with their families.

Pray for BAM efforts in Uganda. BAM helps people provide for themselves, but the ultimate vision is for them to use their businesses for kingdom purposes.

Pray for the future of the Church in Africa, which is in jeopardy unless the focus shifts from evangelism to discipleship. 

Give thanks and pray for the Suki church plant in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.