Uganda

Evangelism Tools

Provide the tools needed to bring the gospel of Christ to children in Africa and the Caribbean

By giving to this fund, you are helping to provide outreach tools like the JESUS film, projector equipment, speakers, microphones, solar panels, and more for our spiritual care program.

Tools like these are essential for sharing the gospel with the children and communities we serve. 

Thank you for helping to share Jesus with children all over the world! 

 

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Real Life Church and Uganda

Real Life Church in Valencia, California, has a heart for the people of Uganda.

Classes Begin in Our New School Building in Uganda

The dream is now the reality as the new school opened its door to over 75 children at the Children of the Nations (COTN) Uganda Children’s Village on May 24, 2010.

A Child's Story: Rose Acen of Uganda

Rose likes to sing and dance. Her sweet, genuine smile gives away the fact that she has many friends. In fact, that’s one of the things she loves most about school: her friends. "And my teachers are good,” she adds. Reading and writing are two subjects in which Rose excels. Next year, she’ll be promoted to Primary Class 2. “I want to be a teacher,” the eight-year-old says proudly.

Children’s Village Student Wins Leadership Role in Uganda

She’s only 11 years old, but that’s not stopping Monica Atim from being a leader at her school. Monica is one of the children who lives at Children of the Nations (COTN) new Children’s Village in Uganda. She has been in COTN’s program for three years and is now in Year 4 at Lira Police Primary School, which is near COTN’s property. Each day, she attends with her many COTN brothers and sisters who also live in COTN’s Children’s Village.

Anai-Okii Village Partnership (Uganda): One Month Later

On March 16, COTN–Uganda threw a party at the Children’s Village to welcome seventy-seven children to Children of the Nations. Twenty-eight children were added to our full-time program, and our first Uganda Village Partnership Program (VPP) opened, serving forty-nine children in the village of Anai-Okii. The month since has been filled with both challenges and blessings.

Building Futures in Uganda

Phase II construction of our Uganda Children’s Village has begun!

Children of the Nations (COTN) staff laid the foundations of the school building on March 26, and progress has been steady since then.

“The pictures . . . show that we will be roofing in three days,” said Pastor James Okalo, COTN–Uganda Country Director, on April 14. “I am looking forward to selecting some prospective teachers to kick-start the new term for our lower primaries and kindergarten.”

God at Work in Uganda through the JESUS film

Though each of our countries has used the JESUS film as a powerful and effective ministry tool, none has done so more than Uganda. COTN–Uganda regularly shows the film in rural areas, where residents may never have seen a movie before. Along with the film, the staff often performs drama, singing, and other evangelistic activities.

Farming Program Grows in Uganda

A concentration on farming is beginning to take shape at COTN–Uganda. Recently, three goats and one sheep were donated by COTN supporters who are familiar with the needs of COTN–Uganda. Pastor James, COTN–Uganda Country Director, says having the four animals will teach the children in the COTN home a sense of responsibility in rearing animals. “It reminds them of the ways of life in their former villages, where rearing animals is a must for income-generating purposes and diet provision,” shared Pastor James.

Bible Camp in Uganda

Earlier this year, COTN–Uganda Country Director Pastor James received a visit from a regional coordinator with Scripture Union. Scripture Union is a non-denominational, Christ-centered international movement that works in partnership with individuals and churches to use the Bible to inspire children, young people and adults to know God. The ministry works in a variety of different countries throughout the world, including Uganda.

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