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Mission to Uganda

July 13, 2009

Austin City Life is sending a team of five to Uganda tomorrow. We will be training church planters and working with orphans and street kids. Although some of us have traveled quite a bit, none of us have been to Africa, much less Uganda. We expect to learn a lot from the kids and the adults, Christians and pastors. We also hope to forge a long-term partnership with an orphanage and church there. We also have partners here in the U.S.:

We are partnering with Acts 29 on the field by connecting with J.D. Senkbile, Africa          Director for Acts 29. The international mission of Acts 29 is expanding significantly. We are glad we get to be a part of this very important part of God’s Mission.

We are partnering with DGM to take theological resources to under-trained pastors in rural areas. DGM generously donated about 600 books.

I serve on the board of H.E.L.P. and we hope to partner with them to promote long-term orphan care.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. July 13, 2009 3:16 pm

    Praying for you guys/gals. Have a great trip!
    Shalom

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    July 14, 2009 10:30 am

    This is great! I took a team to Palisa, Uganda last year to train pastors. About 120 pastors showed up for a three day diciple-making conference. They are in grave need of teaching materials. Many of the pastors there have very limited undestanding of the fundemental truths presented in the gospel. Many don’t have a firm grasp on Baptism, assurance of salvation, marriage, and other teachings we take for granted here. Our team will be praying for y’all. Wish we could be there with you. If there is anything we can do to help, let me know.

  3. July 16, 2009 10:03 pm

    Hey,

    WHo it this? We are going to Palissa today to do the same thing! Thanks for the insights and prayers

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