Dedication of the schoolLast Thursday, 31st April, we dedicated our new school with the Australian High Commissioner and Ugandan Dignitaries present. This was an amazing project for us to complete - 3 classrooms, teachers office, storeroom and bathrooms. Our ministry team was amazing, and we are looking forward to educating our children in Uganda for a better future. Thank you for supporting us!


Some of you may remember that our friend Olive Sonnia who had a "Go Fund Me" page for us to feed the children in Kitgum, and we shared it. We are happy to say that more than 200 children and 180 adults are eating Christmas dinner with meat today at our main church. Right now they are dancing, and there is enough food to eat again! We have three more churches that are also enjoying a beautiful Christmas dinner today. Pictures to come later. Awesome to see what God can do even when we are stateside. Thank you!

We are ready to share our BIG NEWS! Earlier this year, we applied to the Australian Government for a grant to build classrooms at our school in Palabek Ogili. We were approved! The construction begins today, 4th December, and we are so excited. This school is so deep in the bush and is very near to the South Sudan border. There will be two blocks that have three classrooms, a teachers office and a storeroom. Also, we will build a latrine block. Our church in Palabek Ogili is thriving and another new church was planted this year in that area as a result of so many new believers coming to the church. Some of our children in school walk from such a far distance, and some come from S. Sudan, so we have built two boarding rooms for them to stay during the school term. The school has K1-P2, and we will add class levels each year. This is a testimony of how God has been so faithful to bless this ministry and His people in Northern Uganda. Praise Him!

New church in LangoloOur new church in Langolo Jore were blessed by these gifts. Please pray for them as they continue to seek and know God together.

On the 10th November the CMA team arrived after three days of traveling to our village from the U.S.. We were expecting big things for this week for Jesus and received and saw big things. PTL!

Here are some photographs from that week.

Motorcycles CMA gave out

They were taken on a big rideThe Pastors prayed for the CMA and Missionary Ventures International team

Pastors praying for the teamsTeams from the USA

Our journey was tough but we had many blessingsOur journey throughout the week was tough, but the blessings were abundant.


tailors are all busyToday is TFF! (17th October) It is Tailoring For Free Day. At G-CAM Main Church, our eight tailors will provide free sewing to everyone who comes. One of our many outreach programs that gives an opportunity to share our talent and the love of Jesus to the community.

The tailors are busy already. Lots of children were at church early to get their school uniforms repaired. By the way, the first person at church this morning was the blind man, John. I am always amazed!

Meet KennethBeautiful Pasca - always workingWe would like to introduce you to meet Kenneth. He is the man in charge of our maize grinder, and he loves his job! Please pray for him as he works with us and does an important job.

On the right handside is our beautiful Pasca! She is always always always there to help. Today, she is cooking morning tea and lunch for tailors and Pastors.